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Journalists at the Blackpool Gazette and Herald are due step up their industrial action on Monday.
The NUJ demanded that journalists be allowed to work without harassment at the 20 March English Defence League demonstration in Bolton.
Journalists at the Blackpool Gazette and Herald are taking industrial action in a dispute over management changes to working practices.
NUJ members working for titles in Manchester and North West England are uniting to fight for their rights.
The NUJ has described the acquisition of the Manchester Evening News (MEN) and its weekly papers by Trinity Mirror as "a very serious development".
NUJ members at the Blackpool Gazette and Herald are balloting for industrial action.
Editorial staff at a Cumbrian weekly newspaper have taken the first step towards collective negotiations with management by gaining NUJ recognition.
An estimated 120 student journalists packed a lecture at Liverpool John Moores University yesterday to learn about the sharp end of reporting under an oppressive regime.
NUJ members in Liverpool have unanimously passed a motion of no confidence in the management of Trinity Mirror on Merseyside after the company announced that seventeen more jobs are to go.
Anita Halpin, NUJ treasurer, was awarded a Trades Union Congress (TUC) Gold Badge at the TUC's annual congress in Liverpool.