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The city councillors say the BBC's plan to end TV bulletins from the city will undermine local democracy and older viewers’ ability to receive news on their local area.
Tributes have been paid to retired journalist and NUJ Member of Honour John Kelly.
Tim Dawson reports on support for journalists reporting on the war on Ukraine through the IFJ-EFJ Safety Fund.
Journalists working at two companies in Scotland, on titles including The Scotsman, Daily Record and Sunday Mail, will be taking strike action on Friday 26 August.
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, urges members to donate to the IFJ Afghanistan Safety Fund.
Staff have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action and action short of a strike.
NUJ members on National World’s Scottish titles have voted in favour of taking industrial action over compulsory redundancies.
The United Nations raised the concerns in a formal communication requesting Iran’s response and explanation.
BBC director general Tim Davie has been asked to rethink dropping the Cambridge bulletin by a group representing four counties – Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes – who called it a retrograde step, saying the programme was an important way "in which all our organisations communicate with communities".
Reach journalists call for company bosses to reinvest their excessive pay deals to fund a fair wage for staff
Journalists working for the publisher of the Mirror and Express and the largest regional newspaper group, have called on the company’s chief executive and chief financial officer to use their £7m pay packages towards a fair pay deal for staff.