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The NUJ has stepped up its campaign to recruit journalists working for Dundee-based newspaper and magazine publishers D C Thomson.
A six-month investigation into the state of the local newspaper industry in Scotland has concluded that local journalists are overworked and should be better paid.
Journalists in Glasgow have been told they must pay a fee of £50 to use facilities at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre while covering election counts tonight.
A petition has been launched to support Scotland's NUJ members who want a multinational publishing firm to abide by European legislation and postpone the threat of 27 redundancies.
The proposed closure of Edinburgh publisher, Chambers Harrap, is to be reviewed at a high-level meeting in Paris by the Lagardère group which owns Hachette UK.
NUJ members at Chambers Harrap, Scotland's oldest publishing company, are fighting asset-stripping plans by their London-based bosses.
An NUJ member who was arrested after she went undercover to investigate the treatment of elderly people will not face prosecution.
A Glasgow-based journalist is facing the possibility of criminal prosecution in relation to activities whilst carrying out undercover investigative journalism for Panorama.
Freelance NUJ members in Glasgow have unanimously voted to reject proposals by the Herald group of newspapers and websites to cut minimum payment rates and change copyright and licensing terms.
NUJ members at The Daily Record & Sunday Mail in Scotland have voted to call off their industrial action following a lengthy chapel meeting.