A planned strike by National Union of Journalists members at Newcastle Chronicle and Journal Ltd has been averted. Union members at the company had voted to hold a 48-hour strike over pay on Wednesday and Thursday June 26 and 27.
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Picket lines will be back in place in Spalding on Saturday as journalists in dispute over pay launch their third lot of strike action. The second five-day strike at the Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press ended yesterday. But with
National Union of Journalists members at a Lincolnshire paper have returned to work following a five-day strike over pay. Another five-day strike is set to go ahead from tomorrow – with the NUJ now warning that further strikes may be
National Union of Journalists members at the Spalding Guardian were today due to strike over pay. Members at the Lincolnshire paper have voted to hold two five-day strikes, the first of which was scheduled to begin today. On Thursday, representatives
National Union of Journalists members at the Spalding Guardian have announced plans to strike over pay. Members at the Lincolnshire paper are to hold two five-day strikes, the first from June 1 to June 5, and the second from June
Morton’s of Horncastle has confirmed the way forward for the company will be in magazines, following the sale of its newspaper division to Johnston Press. A statement from the company, following the sale of Lincolnshire Independent Newspapers, said the newspapers
Johnston Press has increased its portfolio in the East Midlands with the purchase of four weekly titles from Mortons Media. The titles include the Horncastle News series, the Louth Leader series, the Skegness News and the Market Rasen Mail. All
For some people their face is their fortune. For others it’s a meal ticket – and some just need punching. But readers of the Spalding Guardian have been treated to some lookalikes of the rich and famous on their pages.
A charity got an instant return after an appeal in the Spalding Guardian. The Daniel Shepherd Appeal was set up to raise money for a new computer for a youngster with sight problems. The Guardian got behind the appeal and