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17 January 2011: The NUJ has paid tribute to Louis McRedmond, a pioneering figure in the Irish media; a distinguished journalist, educationalist and media historian.
14 January 2011: Jeremy Hunt, the government's culture secretary, was not a "suitable person" to oversee Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation bid to take total control of satellite broadcaster BSkyB, union bosses told a meeting in the House of Commons.
13 January 2011: The NUJ has promised to fight new BBC cuts revealed by BBC director general, Mark Thompson.
23 December 2010: The NUJ has joined other media unions and academics in demanding a full-scale inquiry by the Competition Commission into plans by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation to take total control of satellite broadcaster BSkyB.
14 December 2010: Members of the NUJ, BECTU and Unite working across ITV are balloting on the company's pay offer for 2011.
1 December 2010: NUJ reps at the BBC will meet on Friday to consider the latest proposals to resolve their long-running pensions dispute.
11 November 2010: BBC NUJ reps have voted by 51-1 to suspend strike action planned for 15 and 16 November.
8 November 2010: The NUJ outlines the union's approach to dealing with the BBC pensions deficit.
6 November 2010: Journalists across the BBC walked out at midnight, beginning their first in a series of 48 hours strikes in the early hours of Friday morning.
5 November 2010: Journalists across the BBC walked out at midnight in the first of a series of 48-hour strikes in protest at plans to devalue their pensions by imposing a new “pay more, get less” pension scheme.