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'Great news' Guardian US secures union recognition

30 July 2015: Guardian US editorial staff have voted unanimously for union representation and recognition.

Vice News, Al Jazeera and BBC big winners at Online Media Awards

11 June 2015: Vice News won the Grand Prix prize at the Online Media Awards in London on Wednesday.

George Viner scholar says it was like winning the lottery

26 February 2015: Five journalism students are awarded bursaries from the NUJ's charity founded to broaden the diversity of journalists working in the British and Irish media.

NUJ members under police surveillance mount collective legal challenge

20 November 2014: Six NUJ members have discovered that their lawful journalistic and union activities are being monitored and recorded by the Metropolitan Police.

Safeguarding journalists and their sources

20 October 2014: The NUJ launches a new campaign to challenge mass surveillance of the media and to protect journalists and their sources.

Journalists must be vigilant with security & communications

15 October 2014: Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian's defence and intelligence correspondent, applauds the NUJ for its campaign against snooping on journalists.

Guardian scoops four prizes at the online media awards

13 June 2014: All the big names in the media turned up to the Marriot, Grosvenor Square, London, to see who were this year's winners

More like the Stasi than James Bond

9 June 2014: Tim Dawson, NUJ vice-president, reports on an event on surveillance marking the anniversary of the Guardian's publication of Edward Snowden's leaks.

Nominations for Online Media Awards 2014 announced

7 May 2014: From the BBC to the Belfast Telegraph to the Nursing Times, the online journalism awards finalists are named.

DM2014: Orwell’s worst dream

12 April 2014: Conference passed a motion calling for a commission to be set up to look at legislation to protect individuals and organisations against unnecessary state surveillance.

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