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1 October 2009: Over 100 people packed an NUJ/BECTU event at the Labour Party conference on Wednesday.
1 October 2009: The board of Independent Network News has said it intends to wind up the company, which supplies national and international news to local radio stations in Ireland.
4 September 2009: The NUJ and other media unions are distributing thousands of postcards for people to send to the UK government to protest about a possible attack on the BBC licence fee.
27 August 2009: An NUJ member who was arrested after she went undercover to investigate the treatment of elderly people will not face prosecution.
6 August 2009: A Glasgow-based journalist is facing the possibility of criminal prosecution in relation to activities whilst carrying out undercover investigative journalism for Panorama.
5 August 2009: Channel 4 has said that its More 4 News and News at Noon programmes will cease broadcasting at the end of this year.
23 June 2009: The UK government is being urged to move the focus of its Digital Britain strategy from infrastructure to quality content.
16 June 2009: A government report published today has suggested using part of the licence fee to fund news provision beyond the BBC.
9 June 2009: The NUJ has today published an eight-point plan to reinvigorate local journalism and has written to Ben Bradshaw, the UK's new culture minister, to urge him to back the plan.
29 May 2009: The NUJ and sister broadcasting unions at the BBC have released a joint statement with the BBC on the 2009 pay negotiations.