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Mail's Sports Argus is sent off

Falling sales prompt closure of standalone Saturday sports edition after more than 100 years

'Work to hours' protest planned at Post

Journalists at the Birmingham Post are set to begin a “work to hours” protest against redundancies planned at the title. Nine posts are under threat in a restructure which is part of the 500 job cuts nationwide announced by parent

Redundancies sought at Midlands title

A raft of fresh redundancies at the Birmingham Post has been announced by parent company Trinity Mirror. The paper is set to lose the roles of deputy editor, head of news, head of content, head of features, head of business,

20 redundancies for Post & Mail and Sunday Mercury

Twenty redundancies are being sought across the newsrooms of the Birmingham Post & Mail, the Sunday Mercury and the company’s free weekly, the Birmingham News. The blow comes at the end of a project run across the whole of Trinity

'200' join walkout over pensions

A one-day strike in protest at Trinity Mirror closing the final salary pension scheme to new starters brought up to 150 National Union of Journalists members onto the picket line in Birmingham, and another 50 in Coventry. Staff at the

Bowled over by readers' support

Following an article in the Nottingham Evening Post, a cricket club targeted by vandals has been flooded with offers of help. In the latest attack at Lambley Cricket Club, a fire destroyed sports kit, the scoreboard and practice nets, and

Papers "missing out" on talent

Page 1 of 3 The National Union of Journalists claims that although editors may have candidates queueing up to get job interviews, the industry is still missing out on talented graduates because of low pay. Executive member Chris Morley, at

Sentinel is hailed 'the best' at regional press awards

The Sentinel has been named West Midlands Newspaper of the Year at an event to reward the best of the region’s press. For the second year running the top prize at the West Midlands Media Awards went to the Stoke