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Newsquest York industrial action to continue until June

26 March 2009: Journalists working for Newsquest York have given management notice of industrial action every day until the middle of June.

Guardian/Observer journalists back local colleagues

20 March 2009: Journalists on the Guardian and Observer in London have backed colleagues on the local titles in their group who are fighting against massive job cuts and almost certain compulsory redundancies.

BBC journalists to strike over compulsory redundancy threat

16 March 2009: Thousands of journalists at the BBC are to hold two national one-day strikes to protest about compulsory redundancies.

Chapel solidarity saves jobs at Derry Journal

13 March 2009: The dispute over cutbacks and restructuring at the Derry Journal has been resolved without any compulsory redundancies.

Manchester journalists denounce Guardian Media cuts

10 March 2009: Guardian Media Group has announced massive cuts to its titles in the north west of England.

Jobs saved at Shropshire Newspapers after strike threat

6 March 2009: Determined campaigning by an NUJ workplace chapel in the English Midlands has stopped five compulsory redundancies.

Five workplaces to take industrial action against cuts

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.

World-famous author praises Yorkshire strikers

26 February 2009: NUJ pickets in Yorkshire have received a message of support from best-selling novelist, Barbara Taylor Bradford.

Yorkshire Newspapers strike continues as PA strikebreaking revealed

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.

NUJ members at Newsquest York take industrial action

24 February 2009: NUJ members in York are taking industrial action over management plans to axe four journalists' jobs.

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