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6 March 2009: The NUJ has won back the right to represent members at a newspaper group that pioneered union busting tactics in Britain in the 1980s.
2 March 2009: Five NUJ workplace chapels are planning to take industrial action in the next fortnight as journalists step up their campaigning against media cutbacks.
25 February 2009: Journalists at Yorkshire Post Newspapers, who start a second four-day strike tomorrow, have given their management notice of more industrial action.
24 February 2009: NUJ members in York are taking industrial action over management plans to axe four journalists' jobs.
23 February 2009: Journalists across Britain and Ireland are this stepping up the battle against redundancies, with hundreds of NUJ members taking industrial action and thousands being balloted to join in.
20 February 2009: Four journalists' jobs are to be axed at The Press newspaper in York.
6 February 2009: More than 800 journalists across Britain and Ireland are gearing up for industrial action to oppose job cuts and defend quality journalism.
3 February 2009: Newsquest bosses in York have agreed to talks after journalists held their second lunchtime work stoppage in two days in protest about possible cutbacks.
26 January 2009: Journalists in York are exploring ways of ending the ownership of the city's papers by a huge American conglomerate.
24 January 2009: The media owners are responsible for the crisis in the industry and they are incapable of providing the solution, the NUJ's Jobs Summit in London today was told.