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Ministers in Wales have been called on to make public interest news a public service and for a Welsh Media Institute to promote a well-funded, plural and diverse media.
The union's Welsh Executive Council calls for a urgent review into Newsquest's funding for the Welsh-language news service which is now closed.
Following talks between the government and trade unions, grants of up to £1,000 will be available.
NUJ statement on the Welsh Government Locked Out report about the impact of Covid-19 on disabled people
The Equality Council calls for scrutiny of the evidence that 68 per cent of Covid-19 related deaths comprised disabled people.
Conference discussed and agreed policy on a range of governmental issues including sexual harassment, FOI legislation and Julian Assange.
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said: “The NUJ has warned political parties across the UK against using the Covid-19 regulations as a way of restricting the reporting of events, campaigns, photocalls and press conferences.
The NUJ has urged the UK Chancellor to announce the details of the fourth grant for the self-employed now and not as part of his March budget.
Michelle Stanistreet, actor Michael Sheen, minister Lee Waters, ITV Cymru Wales' Louise Elliott and Nation.Cymru editor Ifan Morgan Jones discuss a News Recovery plan for Wales.
The NUJ’s Welsh Executive Council welcomed many of recommendations in the committee’s report into the impact of Covid-19 on local media, but tougher solutions are needed.
Reach newspaper group, which has announced 580 company-wide redundancies, has been told its plans are "not in the interests of Wales and Welsh democracy" by a Welsh parliament committee.