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2 October 2017: The union welcomed the two-year grant of £200,000, but said there should be safeguards on quality and independence and the scheme must provide an opportunity for journalists who have recently been made redundant.
7 June 2017: Grant money returned to the Welsh Government from Newsquest, after it shut its subbing hub in Newport, should be used to aid local newspapers, says the NUJ.
Welsh Assembly urged to support quality journalism as MP calls for inquiry into the future of Welsh print news
28 March 2017: Welsh Assembly AMs marked Local News Matters Week by calling on local newspapers to be made community assets.
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.