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Tony and Linda Colling celebrate their 50 years of union membership with friends and colleagues.
The NUJ Leeds has honoured one of its longest serving members, Pete Lazenby, to mark his 50 years in journalism.
Local branch hosts NUJ president visit.
The NUJ joined unions and other groups to warn about the threat to the BBC as it faces charter renewal, reports Adam Christie, joint president.
Messages of solidarity and support have been flooding in for Phil Turner, the Father of Chapel (FoC) at the Rotherham Advertiser, for compulsory redundancy.
The NUJ chapel at the Rotherham Advertiser have agreed to take strike action on Thursday 11 June.
The targeting of the NUJ FoC for redundancy is a deliberate attack on the NUJ and the wider trade union movement.
Newsquest York cuts target the Gazette & Herald.
Journalists working for Trinity Mirror titles in the North East have been told the company want to make seven journalists redundant.
Newspaper's management puts distorted spin on popular strike to save local journalism and local jobs