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The Trinity Mirror group is planning cuts totalling £25m in 2011.
The NUJ has paid tribute to Jeremy Dear, who is leaving the post of general secretary after a decade at the helm of the union.
The Murdoch scandal has highlighted the need for real commitment to ethical journalism and the negotiation of a 'conscience clause' to protect journalists from unscrupulous employers.
The struggling Johnston Press group has resorted to offering its underpaid journalists the chance to play free games of online bingo to supplement their wages.
More than 20 million votes at the Trinity Mirror AGM were cast against the £3.7 million in pay and pensions enjoyed by the board last year.
NUJ members attended the Trinity Mirror group annual shareholders' meeting in Canary Wharf to highlight management failures.
The NUJ's Health and Safety Committee is asking all NUJ chapels to call a minute's silence to mark workers' memorial day to commemorate journalists who have been killed in the course of their work.
Journalists meeting in Southport were shocked to learn that outgoing NUJ general secretary Jeremy Dear is abandoning his trade union career for another branch of entertainment.
The importance of fairness from the media in reporting on people claiming disability benefit was stressed by journalists at the NUJ delegate meeting in Southport.
Delegates to the union's Southport conference voted unanimously to support chapels resisting job cuts and other attacks.