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31 July 2009: The NUJ has hit out at the decision by the head of regional media at Guardian Media Group to take a £47,000 bonus.
20 July 2009: The NUJ has renewed its call for the UK’s minimum wage laws to be used to stop employers expoiting students on work experience.
19 June 2009: Freelance journalists who work for Guardian Media's national titles are banding together to defend their pay and conditions.
30 March 2009: A cross-party coalition of Greater Manchester politicians and trade unionists has urged the area's 10 councils to support their region's media by placing more public notices and council advertisements in local newspapers.
20 March 2009: Journalists on the Guardian and Observer in London have backed colleagues on the local titles in their group who are fighting against massive job cuts and almost certain compulsory redundancies.
10 March 2009: Guardian Media Group has announced that half of the journalists they employ in the Manchester area are to be made redundant.
10 March 2009: Guardian Media Group has announced massive cuts to its titles in the north west of England.
10 March 2009: The NUJ has welcomed Kent police's apology to media workers who were put under surveillance at last year's Climate Camp protest in the county.
15 December 2008: A photographer documenting the persecution of Irish Travellers in the UK was herself intimidated by police… on UN Human Rights Day.
30 November 2007: Some of the UK’s biggest media companies have been named in an NUJ submission to the TUC on vulnerable workers.