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11 May 2012: Trinity Mirror received a stark message from its shareholders as almost half voted against the pay deal for Sly Bailey, the chief executive, and other members of the board.
10 May 2012: NUJ members have taken part in protest at the Trinity Mirror AGM.
4 May 2012: Trinity Mirror must take on a new chief executive with a vision and a strategy to chart the newspaper group to a brighter future, the NUJ said following the announcement of the departure of chief executive Sly Bailey.
26 April 2012: The Government must introduce subsidies and tax advantages for local newspapers if they are to survive, MPs were told at a Westminster debate on the future of the industry.
3 April 2012: Trinity Mirror shareholders are being urged to block proposals for a new remuneration package for Sly Bailey and to recommend that her bonus be used to save journalists' jobs.
19 March 2012: Trinity Mirror has decided to cut pension fund payments by £69 million over three years as part of a deal to refinance its £221m debt.
15 March 2012: Trinity Mirror has announced cuts of a further £15 million as the group announced a 40 per cent fall in pre-tax profits to £74m for 2011.
13 March 2012: The failure of Trinity Mirror to invest in its newspapers is killing off local and regional press with dire consequences, a dossier of evidence compiled by the NUJ has shown.
24 February 2012: Half of all media professionals work an average of 7.4 hours a week unpaid overtime, putting them fourth in a TUC league table of occupations who work beyond their contractual hours.
21 February 2012: The NUJ is encouraging journalists to take part in Work Your Proper Hours day on Friday 24 February.