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4 March 2009
Industrial action at the Yorkshire Post and Yorkshire Evening Post (YP/YEP) has continued into a third week as management continue to threaten staff with the loss of 18 journalists - 10% of the editorial staff, writes Ian Slattery.
17 September 2008
JOURNALISTS AT South West Wales Media Limited (SWWM) have voted decisively in favour of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) being recognised by the company, writes Mike Evans, Swansea NUJ.
9 April 2008
Journalists met for their union's Annual Delegate Meeting (ADM) as the first national newspaper strike in decades took place in Preston and London, writes Christian Bunke, Manchester NUJ.
2 April 2008
National Union of Journalists conference: The problems being faced by journalists at work and possibly within the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) appear to be intensifying. An NUJ member writes.
27 February 2008
Journalism matters - how can we attain quality journalism in the multimedia age, writes An NUJ member
22 November 2007
"I'd rather die." These were comments reportedly made by one newspaper employer outside his hotel in Manchester, when asked whether he wanted to take an National Union of Journalists (NUJ) leaflet about the NUJ "stand up ... By Christian Bunke
19 April 2007
NUJ conference: "THERE SEEMS to be a bit of a right-wing wind blowing this year," was how some delegates commented on this year's centenary conference (ADM) of the National Union of Journalists...
12 April 2007
NUJ Conference: THE NATIONAL Union of Journalists (NUJ) is holding its Centenary Annual Delegate Meeting (ADM) on 12-15 April. ...
2 November 2006
OVER 40 striking journalists formed pickets outside the offices of the Southern Daily Echo in Southampton, in a successful two-day strike over pay. ... By Nick Chaffey
30 March 2006
THE NATIONAL Union of Journalists held its annual delegates' meeting (ADM) in Liverpool from 23-26 March. The issue of job cuts within the media industry, as well as low pay were on everybody's minds...
23 March 2006
JOURNALISTS NEED well-resourced newsrooms, photographers and media crews, that enable them to work safely, with good pay and conditions, writes Molly Cooper, National Union of Journalists (NUJ), national executive committee (NEC), personal capacity.
15 December 2005
NATIONAL UNION of Journalists (NUJ) members are organising against devastating cuts and job losses...
17 November 2005
THEY WORK at the House of Commons, but they earn only £5.20 an hour, receive no sick pay, no pension and poor holiday entitlement...
28 July 2005
About 50 predominantly young journalists at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, part of the Trinity Mirror Group, are striking over low pay...
2 June 2005
ON 23 May thousands of BBC staff, members of three different trade unions, took strike action...
26 May 2005
MEMBERS OF the three main unions at the BBC - BECTU, NUJ and Amicus - were out on strike in force on 23 May...
6 May 2005
TRADE UNIONS at the BBC are balloting for strike action after Director General Mark Thompson refused to guarantee there will be no compulsory redundancies following the corporation's recent announcement...
7 April 2005
Action to defend jobs and working conditions: BBC DIRECTOR-GENERAL Mark Thompson's announcement of 3,780 job cuts is a fundamental attack on the trade union rights, pay and conditions of BBC journalists and staff...
19 February 2005
ON 9 February, there was a successful lobby of the Home Office against the threat to deport Pakistani journalist Mansoor Hassan...
11 December 2004
NEW BBC director general, Mark Thompson, has announced cuts of £320 million a year, which will result in thousands of job cuts. About 3,000 jobs are expected to go, over 2,000 people will be expected to move to Manchester by 2008...
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