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1 March 2019: Fake news, rumour, propaganda & Facebook: how can journalists promote news that can be trusted? The NUJ hosts an event for media literacy week.
30 August 2018: Glasgow-based journalist Angela Haggerty has been subject to hundreds of abusive messages in the past 48 hours.
5 March 2018: A course covering court reporting, Twitter spats and reporting violence against women.
6 February 2018: Amateur photographer Martin Le-May's lucky shot of a weasel riding on the back of a green woodpecker was shared world-wide.
5 May 2015: A survey into the extent of online abuse against journalists has revealed cases where reporters have feared for their own personal safety as a result of cyberbullying.
26 June 2014: Tim Dawson, NUJ vice-president, describes a morning on the picket line with Newsquest strikers in Blackburn and an fternoon speaking at the Revival of Local Journalism Conference in Salford
20 March 2014: Designed for journalists, writers, editors and communications professionals, this evening training session will provide the essential know-how to help make Twitter work for you and get you closer to your key sources.
1 August 2013: The union has condemned online attacks against women journalists including rape and bomb threats.
16 May 2013: Some of the biggest names in journalism have been announced among the finalists for this year's Online Media Awards.
3 July 2012: The 2012 NUJ women's conference heard about the experience of many female journalists and bloggers who find themselves victims of the vile, sexually-violent invective of internet trolls.