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12 June 2013: The NUJ joined international journalist organisations in condemning the Greek government for closing down its public broadcaster.
9 May 2013: The NUJ chapel at the Huddersfield Examiner are angry at the planned closure by Trinity Mirror of the town centre office.
6 September 2011: The campaign to save the Irish Post was launched in parliament this week.
26 August 2011: More than 3,000 readers have now signed a petition backing the indefinite strike by journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers in defence of jobs and quality journalism.
1 August 2011: A two-foot tall mailbox is the latest dynamic device introduced by South Yorkshire Newspapers to try to counter the popular NUJ strike at the Doncaster Free Press, Epworth Bells, Selby Times and South Yorkshire Times.
20 July 2011: John Grogan, the former MP for Selby, has voiced his support for striking reporters at the Selby Times.
15 July 2011: The General Secretary of the NUJ has said that Rebecca Brooks' resignation will be little comfort to hundreds of journalists who have lost their jobs at the News of the World to protect top management.
12 July 2011: The NUJ Parliamentary Group has taken action to support journalists and other staff thrown out of work by the Murdoch decision to close the News of the World.
7 July 2011: James Murdoch has informed staff at the News of the World that the newspaper is being wound up.
7 July 2011: Sub-editors at The Sun newspaper have tonight walked out of work in solidarity with colleagues at the News of the World.