An editor’s role is under threat as part of a restructure by regional publisher Archant London.
The current editor, Tim Cole, is thought to be in discussions over a possible alternative role with the company.
An Archant spokesman said: “We are in consultation with an editor in North London.” The company is refusing to confirm any further details.
Tim was editor of the Willesden and Brent Times for nine years until 2009 when that role too was axed and placed under Mr Martin.
The latter changes saw seven deputy editor roles made redundant after the company closed its Bethnal Green office and moved publication of a number of titles to Ilford.
Earlier this year four editorial jobs were at put at risk at the Islington Gazette and Hampstead and Highgate Express following a move to a centralised subbing production unit in Ilford.
Those affected included deputy editor of 28 years Keith Archer.