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2 May 2010: Harry Conroy, NUJ Member of Honour and dedicated unionist, has died aged 67.
27 April 2010: Journalists at the BBC have welcomed the endorsement by the corporation of Workers' Memorial Day when workers across the world remember each 28 April those killed or injured through work.
12 April 2010: The radio station BBC 6 Music is reported to have been saved from closure.
7 April 2010: The House of Commons public accounts committee has expressed concerns about the need for the BBC to deliver value for money.
30 March 2010: A parliamentary report released today has criticised executive pay at the BBC and a lack of transparency in the way it presents pay information for its most senior managers.
27 March 2010: NUJ members joined members of the Save BBC 6 Music Facebook group for a protest in defence of the station outside Broadcasting House in London on Saturday.
25 March 2010: ITN/ITV staff bids have been excluded from the bidding for three government-proposed ITV 'news consortia' to provide local news for Scotland, Wales and the north east of England.
23 March 2010: A parliamentary early day motion (EDM) calling on the government to encourage the BBC to continued support BBC 6Music and BBC Asian Network has attracted more than 90 supporting MPs from all UK parties.
15 March 2010: A major independent study into British public life suggests that new taxes on Google and pay television operators like BSkyB could be used to subsidise rigorous journalism.
12 March 2010: NUJ branches across Britain and Ireland are being urged to join their local trade union councils to help campaign for shared aims and win local support for issues affecting journalism and journalists' jobs.