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11 June 2018: This is the first stage of the three-part NUJ reps' training programme. After completing all parts, you can feel confident that you have covered all you need to know to deal with your members’ day-to-day issues.
7 August 2017: If you’re freelance and would like an injection of exciting new ideas or you are considering a freelance career then this event is not to be missed.
15 March 2017: Bethan Jenkins AM will be the host of this event to celebrate and raise concerns about the future of news in Wales.
5 October 2016: If you're freelance and would like an injection of exciting new ideas or you are considering a freelance career then this event is not to be missed.
3 August 2016: Four workshops to show how Google tools can help you as a journalist in Manchester,Cardiff, Belfast & Edinburgh.
11 April 2016: Join Wales Co-operative Centre and Cardiff University for a free panel event discussing establishing a community journalism co-operative.
9 March 2015: Branch business as usual, the first following the AGM in February.
15 October 2014: Nicholas Jones, who reported on the miners' strike for the BBC, explains key events and why broadcasters and journalists were accused of becoming cheerleaders for Margaret Thatcher.
9 September 2014: Come and discover what we have planned for the autumn and winter and tell us what you would like your branch and your reps to be doing in the coning months.
4 July 2014: Cardiff and South East Wales NUJ branch sponsored the event attended by arts writers and critics from BBC Wales, Media Wales, New Welsh Review, Culture Colony Quarterly and freelance journalists.