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30 July 2014: Hiring from outside at the same time as making long-serving staff redundant is beyond stupid, says Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary.
25 July 2014: Journalists working for Trinity Mirror titles in the North East have been told the company want to make seven journalists redundant.
18 July 2014: A strike scheduled for the first day of the Commonwealth Games has been called off, as management returned with a new offer on pay.
17 July 2014: The plan has been cited as yet another example of cronyism under James Harding, the corporation's director of news and current affairs.
15 July 2014: NUJ members to take strike action on Wednesday 23 July – coinciding with the opening of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow – in their fight for a decent pay rise.
27 June 2014: A NUJ delegation at the AGM voted against the directors' renumeration, asked why freelances are waiting for their money and won a pledge on talks about investment.
25 June 2014: Huge support for strikers protesting against the transfer of editorial production to Wales, the loss of jobs and closure of newspaper offices.
24 June 2014: The culture, media and sports select commitee hears that despite the scandals and the cuts, the BBC's high reputation is upheld because of the dedication of its staff.
10 June 2014: Cuts to executive pay would save jobs in radio and the rest of the corporation.
10 June 2014: A ballot for action over pay called by members who want an end to excessive executive salaries and a radical reform of the BBC's structures.