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20 March 2014: It can be tough to juggle work and get your submissions ready so the NUJ is encouraging members to make the most of the deadline extensions available.
9 January 2014: David Limond was sentenced to six months after refering to a Glasgow reporter as “Taig of the day” and “scum of the day”
17 December 2013: The NUJ extends support and solidarity to Amazon employees in Germany who are taking strike action in a long-running pay dispute.
11 December 2013: NUJ member Angela Haggerty describes her experience of being harassed and how the union helped.
23 April 2013: The government is planning to include its Communications Data Bill, otherwise known as the Snoopers' Charter, in the Queen's Speech.
4 April 2013: Now in their third year, the Online Media Awards awards continue to identify the cleverest, boldest and most original purveyors of news and views from around the world.
22 June 2012: The Guardian was named Website of the Year at the Online Media Awards and the Chairman's Award went to Mail Online.
19 September 2011: Responsibility for all media mergers in Ireland is to be transferred from the Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Enterprise to the Minister for Communications.
28 April 2011: Thousands of BBC journalists are being balloted for strike action in response to the threat of compulsory redundancies across the corporation.
27 April 2011: The National Theatre of Wales production of The Passion with Michael Sheen has helped boost the work of NUJ members providing a not-for-profit community news service in Port Talbot.