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National Union of Journalist members attended the Trinity Mirror AGM on Thursday 16 May 2013 to highlight the key issues and concerns of journalists working for the company.
The importance of journalists' work in the field of academic publishing was underlined at a major seminar organised by the NUJ and hosted by the Wellcome Institute.
An NUJ event on homophobia and transphobia in the media asks - has anything changed since the 1983 Bermondsey by-election?
The NUJ has responded to the latest financial report from Johnston Press, criticising the cuts in staffing that have impacted on quality.
The NUJ has condemned a further £10m cuts announced in Trinity Mirror's preliminary 2012 annual results today.
The NUJ hosted the successful annual ceremony to congratulate the latest round of students who have benefited from the awards.
The NUJ has made a historic and important change to help its photographers and videographer members.
The ABSW Science Writers’ Awards for Britain and Ireland are now open for entry after being re-established in 2010 with support from Janssen Research and Development.
The National Union of Journalists is seeking urgent talks with Johnston Press management after it announced it would be extending its pay freeze.
The first Claudia Jones memorial lecture in Newcastle remembered Martin Luther King Junior and his influence.