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Time Out cuts threaten magazine’s future

Time Out has entered into consultation with staff to cut up to 13 posts, representing 8 per cent of the workforce.

Johnston Press agree to improve relations with NUJ

The NUJ welcomed a formal agreement to improve relations between the union and Johnston Press

Northern Ireland political leaders urge UTV to halt job cuts

The leaders of all the main political parties in Northern Ireland have united to urge independent broadcaster UTV to halt proposed jobs cuts at the company.

NUJ marks European Stand up for Journalism Day

November 5 is the European Federation of Journalists’ Stand Up for Journalism Day – and it’s time to remind people why journalism matters.

Newsquest stress survey 'worrying'

Newsquest must consider the health and safety implications of stress at work, the NUJ has warned.

Home Office pledges to improve police-press relations

The NUJ has welcomed a commitment from the Home Office to work with the union to improve recognition of journalistic freedoms by the police.

Media 'plays a vital role in combating racism'

The media had a vital role in confronting and exposing xenophobic attitudes and cultures, Dr Doudou Diène told a meeting at City Hall in London.

ITV cuts 'could lead to industrial action'

The NUJ has warned ITV that its plan to cut 40 per cent of its regional news staff could lead to industrial action.

Stressed Out: NUJ launches anti-stress campaign

The NUJ has launched a major campaign to combat stress in response to biting cuts across the media industry.

Irish government commits to giving freelance journalists rights

The NUJ has welcomed a ground-breaking commitment by the Irish government to bring in a new law giving freelance journalists the right to collective representation by trade unions.

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