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10 July 2013: Independent chapel votes to move to a ballot for action following the announcement of 27 redundancies at the newspaper.
2 July 2013: Staff at the Sheffield Star were called to a meeting on Tuesday 2 July to be told that the company is to start consulting on plans to end the Star's Saturday sports edition.
28 June 2013: The Glasgow Herald NUJ chapel has decided to ballot over jobs cuts.
11 June 2013: The NUJ is supporting the TUC's campaign against the failed policy of austerity.
7 June 2013: The International Federation of Journalists congress in Dublin was opened in style by Michael D Higgins, the President of Ireland, who spoke of the need to protect media diversity and pluralism.
4 June 2013: Jim Boumelha writes in the Irish times that the mood is anxious but determined as journalists from 180 countries assemble in Dublin for the IFJ Congress.
14 May 2013: The NUJ, Co-operatives UK and Carnegie UK Trust have organised a series of events aimed to foster and promote alternative media models.
1 May 2013: Hundreds of angry Newsquest journalists, family, friends and supporters have put their names to a petition denouncing a $1.3 billion bonanza for shareholders of the US parent Gannett Inc, while British staff suffer their fourth year of stagnant pay.
19 April 2013: The Financial Times has withdrawn the threat of compulsory redundancy following negotiations with the NUJ.
4 April 2013: The union has agreed to no compulsory redundancies at the newspaper and union negotiators managed to reduce the number of posts to be lost.