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30 March 2015: Trinity Mirror has announced the closure of two weekly newspaper offices in Wales and the North West of England.
5 February 2015: The Formby Times and Crosby Herald will close from the end of March and more photographer jobs to be cut in North West.
19 December 2014: As seven popular Trinity Mirror titles were banged out, the NUJ fears for the future of local journalism as they are replaced by poorly-staffed digital operations.
2 December 2014: Gareth Thomas MP has backed the NUJ's call for a for a short, sharp inquiry into the future of local newspapers, following the closure of his local paper the Harrow Observer.
14 November 2014: Seven Trinity Mirror newspapers in the south, including the Harrow Observer, Reading Post and Surrey Herald are to close next month.
11 November 2014: Letter to culture and digital economy minister, Ed Vaizey, says with the general election looming, there is genuine concern the local press no longer has the capacity to cover local and national politics in depth.
13 October 2014: The introduction of Trinity Mirror's Newsroom 3.1 to the Liverpool Echo and Merseyside publications puts seven jobs at risk.
22 August 2014: Possible redundancies in the Midlands cast a shadow over Trinity Mirror's roll-out of Newsroom 3.1
25 July 2014: Journalists working for Trinity Mirror titles in the North East have been told the company want to make seven journalists redundant.
17 July 2014: The Mirror is to merge the editorial teams of the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People and all journalists will have to produce content across all platforms.