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NUJ angry at Huddersfield Examiner office closure

9 May 2013: The NUJ chapel at the Huddersfield Examiner are angry at the planned closure by Trinity Mirror of the town centre office.

NUJ condemns £10m cuts at Trinity Mirror

14 March 2013: The NUJ has condemned a further £10m cuts announced in Trinity Mirror's preliminary 2012 annual results today.

Trinity Mirror told to put brakes on plans

4 February 2013: The NUJ is calling on Trinity Mirror to put back plans which will lead to more than 90 job losses, leave a large part of Wales without a feature writer and cuts to sports staff in many cities with proud football traditions.

NUJ calls for urgent national talks with Trinity Mirror over huge job losses

30 January 2013: Trinity Mirror has announced that it is cutting more than 70 jobs across its titles.

NUJ voices fears over regional papers takeover

21 November 2012: Local World, a new newspaper conglomerate headed by David Montgomery, former Trinity Mirror chief executive, was launched today as Northcliffe Media and Iliffe News & Media announced they had been sold to the new venture.

DM 2012: Future of the Media

11 October 2012: Victories for the union as the crisis in the regional press deepened.

NUJ celebrates recognition deal at Trinity Mirror Cheshire

23 August 2012: Trinity Mirror Cheshire has recognised the NUJ – the last regional centre in England to do so.

Future of Welsh newspapers in crisis, Michelle Stanistreet warns

6 July 2012: Wales has a long, strong and proud newspaper industry, but its future is in crisis, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, warned an inquiry into the Welsh newspaper industry.

Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror merger - NUJ responds

31 May 2012: Trinity Mirror have announced that the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror are to move to a seven-day publishing model.

Sly Bailey feels ire of Trinity Mirror shareholders

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.

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