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19 February 2010: NUJ members working for titles in Manchester and North West England are uniting to fight for their rights.
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.
29 April 2009: Guardian Media Group announced yesterday that it wants to axe 41 out of 74 jobs at Channel M, the company's local TV station.
15 April 2009: A redundancy deal at Guardian Media Group in Manchester will mean pay rises for weekly-paper journalists moving into the group's city centre office.
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.
27 March 2009: Journalists at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail in Glasgow voted last week to hold a strike ballot over plans to axe 70 jobs.
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.
8 April 2008: The NUJ has condemned a growing culture of “intolerance of press freedoms” and announced major financial support for a journalist facing unprecedented legal action by the Greater Manchester police.
7 February 2008: Mansoor Hassan, the exiled Pakistani journalist, has won the right to remain in the UK.