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The NUJ will work with other unions and campaigning groups in a broad, national campaign against the government's public spending cuts.
The NUJ has elected its first ever woman general secretary – Michelle Stanistreet, the current Deputy General Secretary, will take up the role from 1 July.
Pete Murray, NUJ President, opened the NUJ delegate conference in Southport by stressing the importance of recent marches and rallies against the cuts programmes of the UK and Irish governments.
Johnston Press plc has decided to allow its chief executive, John Fry, to take 12 months to hand over the reins of the group.
George Viner award winners should spread the news that unions are a wonderful thing, says investigative journalist, Shiv Malik.
The NUJ has condemned the auction of work experience placements to raise funds for the Conservative Party.
The NUJ's general secretary is stepping down.
The NUJ has joined other media unions and academics in demanding a full-scale inquiry by the Competition Commission into plans by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation to take total control of satellite broadcaster BSkyB.
The NUJ and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) have joined media freedom campaigners in condemning the on-going political backlash against the whistleblowing website, WikiLeaks.
Attention all Irish members: help the union stop the government’s plan to cut the minimum wage.