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8 March 2018: The NUJ put the gender-pay gap and parity on maternity benefits for freelances on the agenda of the TUC's Women's Conference, as International Women's Day was celebrated.
21 February 2018: The deadline for companies reporting their gender gap is fast approaching – and it appears the major media firms are leaving it to the last minute.
4 May 2017: What are the responsibilities journalists face when covering criminal cases? How can forensic psychology play its part in explaining the behaviour of offenders? This joint NUJ and BPS event explored the issues.
28 March 2017: The Telegraph is planning to outsource production to the Press Association in Howden, Yorkshire.
3 November 2015: Hated by spin doctors, specialist correspondents can use their knowledge to raise their profile by being the go-to person in their field.
26 February 2015: Five journalism students are awarded bursaries from the NUJ's charity founded to broaden the diversity of journalists working in the British and Irish media.
19 January 2015: Up to 27 jobs are at risk at the TV listing department of Press Association's Howden centre, Yorkshire.
20 October 2014: Two NUJ members who worked for the Press Association and were left with nothing when their jobs transferred to another company in France have successfully settled their claims.
10 June 2013: Former NUJ President Mark Turnbull, who has died aged 50 after a short illness, was one of the north of England's best-known radio personalities and journalists.
5 December 2012: The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the decision of a court in Northern Ireland to compel photographers to hand over footage of the riots in Belfast on 12 July 2012.