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25 April 2018
NUJ conference 2018: Against strong opposition from the NEC, and misinformation, the political fund motion fell - but with a significant minority in favour, the issue will not go away
2 November 2016
NUJ members working for Newsquest in South London were out on strike again on 25 October after voting to extend their strike by another five days. It is over a newsroom restructure that will result in 12 reporters covering news, sport and leisure across eleven newspapers and eight websites under a single content editor.
19 October 2016
National Union of Journalists members at local daily papers published by Newsquest in the south of England have taken five days of industrial action against the company, beginning on 13 October. The source of the dispute is cuts to staffing, which have already prompted seven reporters to resign.
19 February 2014
Striking NUJ members took to the picket lines on Tuesday 18th February at three Newsquest titles in the North East
27 April 2011
Around 100 people followed a funeral cortege, complete with incense, a coffin and the grim reaper to mark the 'near death' of north London and Hertfordshire newspapers in the Tindle group, writes Paul Kershaw.
13 April 2011
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has become the first trade union to call for a 24 hour general strike, writes A conference delegate.
8 July 2009
Union members at South West Wales Media - the parent company of the Evening Post, Llanelli Star and Carmarthen Journal newspapers - are considering taking action in response to a management restructuring plan that will see jobs axed, workload increased by 25%, and shift times for some staff substant, writes An NUJ member.
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.
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. ...
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...
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