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19 January 2017: Trinity Mirror has made a series of announcements concerning its regional weekly and daily titles, with 77 jobs to go and 44 new roles, including 17 video journalists and producer roles, to be created.
4 January 2017: The NUJ's campaign to support a vital local news media is launching a week of action from Friday 24 March to Saturday 1 April.
7 December 2016: The union calls on the Competition and Markets Authority to stop dragging its feet on newspaper closures which threaten media plurality.
19 October 2016: OneMK (Milton Keynes), Luton on Sunday and the Northampton Herald & Post will shut with the loss of six editorial staff.
26 September 2016: The NUJ has condemned Coventry City Football Club banning two journalists from its press conference because of unfavourable coverage of the club owners.
28 July 2016: Staff on titles in Newcastle, North Wales and Merseyside will hold two-hour disruptive mandatory chapel meetings today in protest over the effects of Trinity Mirror's restructuring plans.
1 July 2016: Daily Post members have voted to take action over potential redundancies which put quality journalism at risk and will push those left to "breaking point".
23 June 2016: The National Assembly for Wales has responded to NUJ calls for greater scrutiny of the media by establishing a Culture, Welsh Language and Communications committee.
16 June 2016: The company's restructuring plan is gathering pace as jobs are to be cut at the Newcastle Chronicle & Journal with new digital roles created.
14 June 2016: Trinity Mirror staff North Wales are balloting over plans which include potential redundancies, putting at risk editorial quality.