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BBC World Service faces hundreds of job cuts

25 January 2011: The NUJ has reacted angrily to the announcement that more than 600 jobs and important international services are to be axed as a result of government cuts to BBC World Service funding.

Darlington votes for strike as action spreads across Newsquest

1 December 2010: NUJ members at Newsquest Darlington have voted strongly in favour of strike action, as the dispute with the company escalates across the UK.

Greek media workers hold 24-hour strike

30 November 2010: Greece's journalists and media workers are holding a 24-hour nationwide strike.

Strikes averted at Irish Johnston Press titles

24 November 2010: Strikes planned by NUJ chapels in Johnston Press (JP) owned titles in the Republic of Ireland have been averted.

ICTU launches anti-austerity newspaper

17 November 2010: The Irish Congress of Trade Unions is handing out 500,000 copies of the People's Voice newspaper as part of its Better, Fairer Way campaign.

Newsquest North East members ballot for action

16 November 2010: NUJ members at Newsquest North East have begun a ballot for industrial action in protest at proposed redundancies and a continuing pay freeze across the group.

Brighton Argus members to strike

11 November 2010: Newsquest's Brighton Argus chapel will strike on 18 and 19 November after more than 90 per cent of NUJ members voted to walk out.

News consortia bidders undertake to protect Wales ITV jobs

5 February 2010: The three shortlisted bidders for a contract to supply editorial content to ITV viewers in Wales have given an undertaking to defend jobs and protect standards.

Thirty jobs saved as Express Newspapers back down

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.

Observer saved – NUJ seeks more reassurances

17 September 2009: Guardian Media has announced that it is saving The Observer as a Sunday title.

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