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New deal averts ITV strike

14 November 2008: An NUJ strike ballot at ITV regional newsrooms has been called off after union members voted to accept a new agreement on planned cutbacks.

Media Wales staff vote to ballot over compulsory redundancies

14 November 2008: NUJ members working at Media Wales have voted to hold a strike ballot if any members are threatened with compulsory redundancy.

Time Out cuts threaten magazine’s future

13 November 2008: Time Out has entered into consultation with staff to cut up to 13 posts, representing 8 per cent of the workforce.

Johnston Press agree to improve relations with NUJ

12 November 2008: The NUJ welcomed a formal agreement to improve relations between the union and Johnston Press

Northern Ireland political leaders urge UTV to halt job cuts

10 November 2008: The leaders of all the main political parties in Northern Ireland have united to urge independent broadcaster UTV to halt proposed jobs cuts at the company.

BBC chapel saves worker from forced redundancy

17 September 2008: Union members have saved a staff member being made compulsorily redundant at BBC Scotland by threatening to endorse a ballot for industrial action across the corporation.

Ownership, rights and public service broadcasting raised at TUC

8 September 2008: Media ownership, redundancy rights and public service broadcasting were among the issues raised by the NUJ at the TUC Congress.

AOL boosts redundancy offer

2 November 2007: The NUJ chapel at AOL has won vastly improved redundancy terms following an industrial action ballot.

AOL boosts redundancy offer

2 November 2007: The NUJ chapel at AOL has won vastly improved redundancy terms following an industrial action ballot.

NUJ wins union recognition battle with new media giant AOL

26 May 2005: The NUJ was awarded automatic recognition at AOL (UK), part of the giant US media conglomerate AOL.

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