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13 July 2020: More than 90 journalists in Wales have been told they could face redundancy, putting democracy at risk.
5 July 2012: The Welsh Government has pulled back from plans to relieve public bodies of the obligation to advertise road traffic notices in newspapers.
1 March 2012: The NUJ has called on the Welsh government to reject a proposal that would see public bodies no longer obliged to advertise traffic orders in newspapers.
24 November 2011: Fourteen redundancies have been announced by Media Wales, following on the heels of the loss of 28 editorial jobs in July.
15 September 2011: John Williams, a journalist who forged a career based on integrity and dedication to his profession, has died at the age of 68.
26 July 2011: The Welsh Assembly is to launch an investigation later this year in response to widespread job cuts in newspapers and broadcasting.
16 July 2011: Media Wales management has announced plans to cut 22 jobs.
18 May 2010: A shortlist of top examples of regional journalism – news, features, campaigns, design and photography – will now be assessed by a distinguished panel of judges for the NUJ regional press awards.
23 October 2009: The NUJ has withdrawn its threat of strike action at Media Wales in Cardiff after the company confirmed that no union member will be made compulsorily redundant.
15 October 2009: NUJ members at Media Wales in Cardiff have voted 96 per cent in favour of strike action over the company's plans to make 13.2 journalists' jobs redundant.