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24 June 2014: This should be the time to draw a line under the bullying behaviour in newsrooms which put journalists under pressure to act unethically, said Michelle Stanistreet.
3 January 2013: NUJ life member Bill Hodgkinson, who spent all his working life in Withy Grove, Manchester, has died aged 96.
17 October 2012: Michelle Stanistreet calls on News International to clarify an email relating to “worrying and bizarre” changes at the Irish Sun newspaper.
16 February 2012: Two eminent QCs, Geoffrey Robertson and John Hendy, are working with the NUJ on a range of legal measures to challenge the actions of News Corp's Management and Standards Committee, which has handed over journalists' material to the police.
6 February 2012: Séamus Dooley presents the NUJ's views on media diversity.
10 October 2011: During the morning session of the Irish Biennial Conference on Saturday, delegates condemned the latest BBC cuts and highlighted in particular the threat to 70 Belfast job and attacks on local radio.
16 September 2011: The Wapping exhibition moves back to London from 9 January until 29 February.
5 September 2011: Day two of the TUC Congress debated arts, media and culture, including media regulation, Lost Arts, the digital economy and the BBC licence fee.
15 July 2011: The General Secretary of the NUJ has said that Rebecca Brooks' resignation will be little comfort to hundreds of journalists who have lost their jobs at the News of the World to protect top management.
12 July 2011: The NUJ Parliamentary Group has taken action to support journalists and other staff thrown out of work by the Murdoch decision to close the News of the World.