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5 July 2011: Journalists and asylum campaigners are celebrating the news that NUJ member Charles Atangana has been granted refugee status seven years after he arrived in Britain from Cameroon.
15 June 2011: The flow of vital news and information to the public is threatened by continuing savage cuts to jobs in newspapers and broadcasting, the NUJ has warned.
14 April 2011: NUJ member Charles Atangana has won his appeal against Home Office plans to deport him to his native Cameroon.
5 April 2011: Pete Murray, NUJ President, opened the NUJ delegate conference in Southport by stressing the importance of recent marches and rallies against the cuts programmes of the UK and Irish governments.
30 November 2010: A former Motherwell Times reporter has been awarded lifetime membership by the NUJ.
25 November 2010: Dozens of journalists, asylum seekers and campaigners gathered in Glasgow this week to meet the secretary general of the Zimbabwe Union of Journalists, Foster Dongozi, and ZUJ activist, Jennifer Dube.
28 July 2010: The campaign to support Charles Atangana has turned its attention to the detailed work of winning a judicial review of the case.
6 May 2010: Journalists in Glasgow have been told they must pay a fee of £50 to use facilities at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre while covering election counts tonight.
3 December 2009: Popular Scottish journalist Joe Owens died on the Isle of Wight last week; he would have celebrated his 45th birthday later this month.
24 September 2009: Express Newspapers has been forced to cut the number of jobs it wants to axe following a threat of legal action from the NUJ.