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7 March 2017: Just two months after more than halving the workforce at the south Wales centre, 14 jobs will go as Newsquest closes it down.
1 December 2016: Newsquest has turned Scroogequest at Christmas by announcing redundancies in Newport.
18 August 2016: The BBC is rated highly in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, but a report raises questions over the future of non-English programming and whether the devolved governments are being held to account.
28 July 2016: Staff on titles in Newcastle, North Wales and Merseyside will hold two-hour disruptive mandatory chapel meetings today in protest over the effects of Trinity Mirror's restructuring plans.
27 July 2016: On 21 October 1966 a massive spoil-heap slid onto the mining village of Aberfan near Merthyr Tydfil, burying Pantglas Junior School in the valley below and killing 116 children and 28 adults.
23 June 2016: The National Assembly for Wales has responded to NUJ calls for greater scrutiny of the media by establishing a Culture, Welsh Language and Communications committee.
14 June 2016: Trinity Mirror staff North Wales are balloting over plans which include potential redundancies, putting at risk editorial quality.
13 June 2016: After a lengthy battle, the union has achieved statutory trade union recognition at the South Wales Argus in Newport.
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: The NUJ is calling on the National Assembly for Wales to establish a media and communications committee.