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13 December 2013: New powers, which allow the government to gag local council newspapers from reporting issues such as local hospital closures or HS2, must be resisted.
27 August 2013: The number of specialist health writers is in decline at the same time as a major reorganisation of the NHS. This campaign aims to find the true picture and support health writers and PRs meet the new challenges.
21 August 2013: The NHS is going through a major reorganisation, but are there enough specialist reporters to tell the story? NUJ launches health campaign.
18 July 2013: NUJ chapel member Helen Watson explains why the union is defending its members, describes the reality of working life for journalists and argues the demise of local and regional newspapers has nothing to do with the rise of council publications.
3 July 2013: The NUJ is hosting a free seminar for journalists who are considering moving into public relations.
20 May 2013: Peace campaigner Bruce Kent is set to give his thoughts on the media as guest speaker at the NUJ PR and Communications Branch meeting.
8 April 2013: Kirsty Walker, associate director at iNHouse Communications and co-founder of HerSay will be guest speaker at the 7 May meeting of the PR & Communications branch.
15 March 2013: The NUJ is offering a unique opportunity for reporters and journalism students to join a panel of leading health journalists working across broadcasting, print and training.
6 February 2013: What next for press regulation and ethics after the Leveson Inquiry?
7 July 2012: Eric Pickles MP, the Communities and Local Government Secretary, has reiterated his determination to stop local councils publishing newspapers, referring to them as "Town Hall Pravdas".