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3 December 2008: Angry journalists at the BBC in Scotland have called on their boss to face a staff meeting to explain how more cuts can be implemented without damaging the quality of programmes.
26 November 2008: The inquest into the death of BBC producer Kate Peyton has ruled that she was unlawful killed.
26 November 2008: The Northern Ireland Assembly has unanimously called on management at UTV to suspend the company's restructuring and redundancy programme.
21 November 2008: The BBC Trust’s refusal to create a network of 65 local online video news services was a missed opportunity to enhance local media, the NUJ said.
14 November 2008: An NUJ strike ballot at ITV regional newsrooms has been called off after union members voted to accept a new agreement on planned cutbacks.
10 November 2008: The leaders of all the main political parties in Northern Ireland have united to urge independent broadcaster UTV to halt proposed jobs cuts at the company.
5 November 2008: November 5 is the European Federation of Journalists’ Stand Up for Journalism Day – and it’s time to remind people why journalism matters.
17 September 2008: Union members have saved a staff member being made compulsorily redundant at BBC Scotland by threatening to endorse a ballot for industrial action across the corporation.
28 July 2008: The Crown Prosecution Service has announced that it has decided not to proceed with a prosecution over the shooting of ITN journalist Terry Lloyd in Iraq in 2003.
2 May 2008: Trade union members at RTÉ have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action in pursuit of a fair and equitable pension for all staff.