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26 August 2011: More than 3,000 readers have now signed a petition backing the indefinite strike by journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers in defence of jobs and quality journalism.
9 August 2011: Leading MPs are backing an NUJ striking editor's call for the Murdoch Parliamentary investigations to be extended to cover the Big Five regional newspaper groups.
14 December 2010: Members of the NUJ, BECTU and Unite working across ITV are balloting on the company's pay offer for 2011.
25 November 2009: The NUJ will buy small quantities of shares in major media companies to enable it to put questions directly to members of the companies' boards.
28 September 2009: Disclosures made to the London Stock Exchange show Trinity Mirror's three executive directors have been rewarded with free shares worth more than £800,000 while imposing job cuts and a pay freeze on the group's employees.
13 February 2009: Sir Alan Ayckbourn, the Scarborough-based playwright, has sent his support to Yorkshire journalists who are due to strike next week over job cuts.
18 December 2008: Independent Newspapers (Ireland) Limited has told its staff it will cut pay levels and offer its staff share options in return.
10 December 2008: The NUJ has accused Newsquest of betraying its journalists in Lancashire after the company announced a raft of title closures and a major restructuring.