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26 February 2009: Journalists from the BBC’s South Asian services have been picketing their iconic Bush House headquarters in London through the night.
25 February 2009: Journalists at Yorkshire Post Newspapers, who start a second four-day strike tomorrow, have given their management notice of more industrial action.
23 February 2009: Journalists across Britain and Ireland are this stepping up the battle against redundancies, with hundreds of NUJ members taking industrial action and thousands being balloted to join in.
20 February 2009: A commercial broadcaster in the south of England is planning to merge the newsrooms of ten local radio stations.
20 February 2009: Journalists from the Urdu, Hindi and Nepali sections of the BBC World Service are set to strike next week in protest against job losses and plans to offshore editorial work.
28 January 2009: Members of the NUJ's Paris branch are taking part in a general strike in France tomorrow (January 29) to protest against job cuts, pay freezes, and cutbacks in social security.
26 January 2009: The leaders of the two biggest unions representing broadcast workers have condemned the BBC and Sky TV's decision not to broadcast a charity appeal for humanitarian aid to Gaza.
26 January 2009: About 150 NUJ members from all sectors of the media have vowed to support a co-ordinated campaign against job cuts and pay freezes.
21 January 2009: Communications regulator Ofcom has let down local communities in its rush to appease ITV, the NUJ says.
24 December 2008: Journalists on the BBC World Service are voting in a consultative ballot on plans to outsource some programming to South Asia.