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19 October 2009: A petition has been launched to support Scotland's NUJ members who want a multinational publishing firm to abide by European legislation and postpone the threat of 27 redundancies.
14 October 2009: Journalists from national and regional media organisations gathered in Dublin on Tuesday for a lunchtime rally in support of Independent Network News workers who are threatened with redundancy.
13 October 2009: Forty people attended the NUJ's publishing summit on Saturday to share their experiences of organising the union in the magazine and book industry.
12 October 2009: Trades unionists in Dublin plan to protest outside the radio company Independent Network News (INN) tomorrow in solidarity with seventeen journalists who are facing the axe.
9 October 2009: The proposed closure of Edinburgh publisher, Chambers Harrap, is to be reviewed at a high-level meeting in Paris by the Lagardère group which owns Hachette UK.
9 October 2009: NUJ members at Dublin-based Independent Network News (INN) have voted to take industrial action in protest at the company's decision to close operations and impose compulsory redundancies.
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.
17 September 2009: NUJ members at Chambers Harrap, Scotland's oldest publishing company, are fighting asset-stripping plans by their London-based bosses.
3 August 2009: Trinity Mirror group has been accused of closing weekly titles in the West Midlands while negotiations were in hand to sell them as going concerns.
20 July 2009: NUJ members at Trinity Mirror's Midlands titles have voted massively in favour of industrial action over compulsory job cuts and the closure of papers.