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The dispute over cutbacks and restructuring at the Derry Journal has been resolved without any compulsory redundancies.
NUJ members at the Derry Journal have voted 100 per cent in favour of taking industrial action over job cuts and the introduction of centralised subbing at the paper.
The NUJ chapel at the Derry Journal is to ballot over industrial action in response to plans to push through compulsory redundancies.
NUJ and BECTU Members struck a seasonal note when they staged a lunch time protest at UTV Television this afternoon in protest at redundancy plans by the company.
Workers at UTV Television have rejected management's attempt to force staff to apply for their own jobs as part of a ruthless cost-cutting programme.
The Northern Ireland Assembly has unanimously called on management at UTV to suspend the company's restructuring and redundancy programme.
A Northern Ireland Assembly committee has strongly backed NUJ calls for the preservation of jobs and the protection of editorial standards at UTV.
Political support for the campaign to save jobs at UTV is growing, with suggestions that a specialist body investigate broadcasting in Northern Ireland.
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.
Independent News and Media has decided to close the Derry office of the Belfast Telegraph.