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Issue No. 1811

MORE THAN 100 NUJ journalists' union members struck on Friday of last week at the Newcastle Chronicle and Journal as part of their fight for a fair wage. The workers were due to strike again on Thursday. The newspaper is part of the giant Trinity Mirror group.

Graduate trainees in Newcastle will start on £12,250 per year under the latest proposals. This contrasts with an average graduate starting salary, reported in the Daily Mirror, of £19,000.
Why not show your support for the strikers by e-mailing Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan to ask him to cover the story? His address is p.morgan@mirror.co.uk
Support the strike fund. Send donations to Newcastle NUJ, 11 Trinity Courtyard, Newcastle NE6 1TS.
E-mail messages of support to geomacstg@onyxnet.co.uk


NUJ MEMBERS at the Rotherham Advertiser are balloting on industrial action after rejecting a 2.3 percent pay rise. At talks this week management offered to scrap Saturday working as a concession.

Union members at the Liverpool Post and Echo weeklies are due to start a ballot over pay on Tuesday of next week.


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Sat 3 Aug 2002, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1811
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