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14 June 2016: Trinity Mirror staff North Wales are balloting over plans which include potential redundancies, putting at risk editorial quality.
10 June 2016: Hywel Williams says quality journalism in Wales has been put at the risk as more jobs go, including the newspaper group's only reporter based at the National Assembly.
7 June 2016: A new round of redundancies has been announced at the Manchester Evening News and Huddersfield Examiner and photographers to go on Archant titles.
2 June 2016: Talks between the NUJ and Trinity Mirror have saved the Black Country Bugle, with three members keeping their jobs.
27 May 2016: Trinity Mirror regional centres have been hit with staff redundancies and reorganisation targeting Kent, Essex, Birmingham, Coventry, Merseyside and North Wales.
11 May 2016: Trinity Mirror’s stripping out of former Local World titles continued this week with plans to cut the Bugle's staff from five to two reporters based outside the area.
6 May 2016: Staff on Trinity Mirror titles said they were heartbroken to learn the daily is to become a weekly publication and the town's office closed.
5 May 2016: NUJ officials lobby shareholders and question Trinity Mirror board at AGM.
5 May 2016: NUJ representatives leaflet shareholders at AGM and call for company to commit to fair pay and quality journalism.
15 April 2016: Delegate Meeting votes for a campaign to ensure all members get paid at least the national living wage after