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9 September 2015: Concerns raised about the future of quality journalism at Trinity Mirror following the announcement of cuts and redundancies and the introduction of individual website 'click' targets for journalists in Wales.
16 June 2015: Ten Birmingham MPs have written to Simon Fox, the chief executive of Trinity Mirror, to protest about his plans to cut jobs at the Birmingham Post and Mail.
12 June 2015: Trinity Mirror group journalists are in revolt over being forced to write "click-bait" stories and new targets to measure their work by the "click-ability" of their stories on the web.
8 June 2015: Coventry MPs have written to the editor of the Coventry Telegraph to protest about the six redundancies on the paper, proposed by Trinity Mirror.
4 June 2015: Trinity Mirror has announced it is to cut 19 jobs in Birmingham and six jobs in Coventry. Twenty jobs are also at risk in Scotland.
7 May 2015: Shareholders at the Trinity Mirror were asked to support NUJ members in Caernarfon and heard criticism of phone hacking and excutive bonuses.
30 April 2015: Reps, officers and officials had plenty of positive advice and support on offer to meet the challenges of the industry.
11 April 2015: Support is growing for the NUJ campaign against Trinity Mirror's decision to close the local office in Caernarfon.
9 April 2015: The union has organised a public rally on Saturday 11 April in Caernarfon in Wales to show opposition to Trinity Mirror's proposed closure of the local newspaper office.
7 April 2015: Join the protest against the closure of the Caernarfon and Denbigh Herald office.