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14 June 2017: Seamus Dooley, NUJ acting general secretary, called for "a clear and unambiguous commitment" that the prime minister would not agree to scrap the licence fee.
12 June 2017: This a one-day event will start or reinvigorate your career in science journalism. It will cover pitching and freelancing skills, data and investigative journalism and it will allow for networking and meeting many editors.
2 June 2017: Until the broadcasters promise to share data from this equality monitoring scheme, the NUJ and sister unions will no longer participate.
26 April 2017: A report by the financial watchdog the National Audit Office found those paid more than £150,000 had risen.
24 April 2017: Women journalists shared their working life experiences and the results of an NUJ survey on how women percieved the industry were revealed.
18 April 2017: This month’s branch meeting will focus on recruiting new members and organising in workplaces.
31 March 2017: Local news was championed in Parliament in a Westminster Hall debate and the minister was urged to call an inquiry
30 March 2017: A BBC insider explains the current threats and challenges facing local news media as part of the union's week of action.
29 March 2017: "We live here, we work here, we are proud of here. We are the BBC here." says Andy Comfort as part of local news matters week.
Welsh Assembly urged to support quality journalism as MP calls for inquiry into the future of Welsh print news
28 March 2017: Welsh Assembly AMs marked Local News Matters Week by calling on local newspapers to be made community assets.