Evening Mail journalists due to down tools again – but staff at sister titles vote to suspend action
- Head Office: CN Group Ltd, Newspaper House, Dalston Road, Carlisle, Cumbria CA2 5UA
- Website: www.cngroup.co.uk
The CN Group – formerly Cumbrian News Group – was a family-owned publisher based in Carlisle.
It was responsible for a number of daily and weekly newspapers in Cumbria, Northumberland and south west Scotland.
For four generations the company had been controlled by the Burgess family before its last owner Robin Burgess decided to sell-up in 2018.
It is now owned by Newsquest.
What we have written about CN Group
Both sides agree to talk again in ongoing dispute
Mandatory meeting attended by 48 ahead of ACAS talks on Thursday
Pay and pensions dispute prompts journalists to stand up and fight
Journalists to ballot on industrial action in hope of new offer
Deputy editor will work on online projects across the CN Group
Staff push for money to help “compensate” for changes as final-salary scheme closure is deferred
Publisher is proposing to close its final-salary pension scheme to new and existing members
Peter Charlton is co-opted as a member of the board of directors
New non-executive chairman for expanded North East business
North-west title set to fill a gap in the market
Unanimous nomination for Charles McGhee
Ways to shore up readership and make best use of the Internet will be among the topics up for debate
The Whitehaven News has appointed a new editor. Colin Edgar, currently chief sub-editor at the Carlisle News & Star, is due to start his new job on Monday April 5. He takes over from Hilary Scott, who leaves the post
Robin Burgess, the chief executive of newspaper publisher the CN Group, has been selected as a future High Sheriff of Cumbria. The 52-year-old will take up the ceremonial post in March 2006 after becoming the latest addition to a list
The North West Evening Mail moved into a new era when it was produced for the first time on a new printing press. The press, on reclaimed steelworks land, brings more colour and better print quality – and secures 150