Showing items tagged with 'guardian'
21 December 2010: It's certainly been an eventful time for NUJ members throughout Newsquest – where festive cheer has been thin on the ground for some years now.
15 December 2010: The NUJ and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) have joined media freedom campaigners in condemning the on-going political backlash against the whistleblowing website, WikiLeaks.
28 April 2010: London photographers are fighting an attempt by the Guardian to slash their income from copyright photographs held in the newspaper's archives.
1 April 2010: The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of Dr Simon Singh and his defence of fair comment against libel prosecutions.
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.
11 November 2009: The Guardian Media Group has announced plans to axe 100 jobs in the editorial and commercial departments.
25 September 2009: The NUJ is to designate a "Guardian day of rest" when it will ask photographers to refuse to enter into contracts to work for the paper in protest against recent changes to their terms and conditions.
22 September 2009: Hundreds of people packed a Stand Up for The Observer public meeting in London last night to celebrate the world's oldest Sunday newspaper, which had been threatened with closure.
14 August 2009: Guardian journalists have unanimously condemned proposals to downgrade their sister newspaper, the 200-year-old Observer.
4 August 2009: More than 30 photographers and their supporters demonstrated against curtailment of their creative rights outside the Guardian and Observer offices in London this morning.