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21 April 2010: The music division of publisher Bauer Media has launched a rights grab against freelance writers and photographers at Kerrang!, Mojo and Q magazines.
25 February 2010: The Financial Times has dropped plans to force the specialist group of Chinese journalists at the paper had to return to China on half their current salaries or else accept redundancy after action by the NUJ chapel.
25 September 2009: The NUJ is to designate a "Guardian day of rest" when it will ask photographers to refuse to enter into contracts to work for the paper in protest against recent changes to their terms and conditions.
4 August 2009: More than 30 photographers and their supporters demonstrated against curtailment of their creative rights outside the Guardian and Observer offices in London this morning.
31 July 2009: Freelance NUJ members in Glasgow have unanimously voted to reject proposals by the Herald group of newspapers and websites to cut minimum payment rates and change copyright and licensing terms.
24 June 2009: An independent newspaper entrepreneur has offered to save some of the weekly titles facing the axe at the hand of Trinity Mirror in the Midlands.
19 June 2009: Freelance journalists who work for Guardian Media's national titles are banding together to defend their pay and conditions.
20 February 2009: About 150 freelance photographers have rejected attempts by Trinity Mirror in Glasgow to worsen their work terms and conditions.
18 December 2008: Independent Newspapers (Ireland) Limited has told its staff it will cut pay levels and offer its staff share options in return.
13 November 2008: The NUJ has denounced Bauer Publishing for implying that the union has endorsed its publishing agreement for freelance contributors.