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#DM16: NUJ to campaign against poor pay

15 April 2016: Delegate Meeting votes for a campaign to ensure all members get paid at least the national living wage after

Huge cull of photographer posts at Local World

8 February 2016: Trinity Mirror is proposing to cut picture staff across the former Local World titles.

Carnage for members across Scotland, warns NUJ

5 February 2016: General secretary announces Scottish members have the backing of the whole union in any action they choose to take.

Five Trinity Mirror chapels vote to strike over digital targets

15 December 2015: Titles affected by the strike votes include the Daily Post in Wales, Liverpool Echo, Coventry Telegraph, Birmingham Post and Mail and Newcastle Chronicle. The NUJ is expecting the ballot result from the Manchester Evening News next week.

Ballots for action against Trinity Mirror’s digital targets

27 November 2015: The union has given notice that it is balloting in Newcastle, North Wales, Birmingham and Coventry. Other chapels are also meeting to consider holding a ballot

The Trinity Mirror takeover & journalism's future in Wales

19 November 2015: Trinity Mirror's takeover of Local World will give it a third of thge regional and local news market.

Why Wales needs a strong media

10 November 2015: NUJ launches its media manifesto for Wales

NUJ seeks assurances following Trinity Mirror take-over of Local World

28 October 2015: NUJ seeks assurances for staff after the deal and voices concern over the effect it will have on media plurality.

Newsquest titles most miserable places to work

22 September 2015: Newsquest journalists are the least happy of those working for major regional newspaper publishers, a Press Gazette survey has found.

All Welsh Assembly parties back NUJ Trinity Mirror campaign

15 September 2015: A sustainable future for media groups relies on a commitment to quality journalism not a crude number of website clicks.

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