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13 September 2017: Union alarmed by latest cuts announced by Trinity Mirror.
2 August 2016: Low wages and recruitment practices are making a career in media increasingly remote for people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
5 February 2016: General secretary announces Scottish members have the backing of the whole union in any action they choose to take.
9 September 2015: Concerns raised about the future of quality journalism at Trinity Mirror following the announcement of cuts and redundancies and the introduction of individual website 'click' targets for journalists in Wales.
19 March 2015: Fifty community representatives have joined members of the NUJ in West Yorkshire to voice concerns about the impact of job cuts on local newspapers.
23 October 2014: The decision by UTV to enter an agreement with Communicorp whereby UTV will provide news to the UTV group of radio stations has profound implications for employment, employment standards and media diversity in Ireland.
7 August 2014: The NUJ and sister unions have started to ballot members across the corporation on the same day an employment tribunal found the BBC's former technology chief was unfairly dismissed.
16 April 2014: The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the announcement by Landmark Media of major job cuts across the company.
25 February 2014: A digital journalism apprenticeship, developed by the NUJ, will benefit 30-50 trainees working in newspapers and broadcasting.
27 November 2013: Regardless of the outcome of the Scottish referendum, the NUJ believes there needs to be commission on the future of the media.