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NUJ condemns “disturbing” attacks of the media during the Derry Easter Monday commemorations

The union has strongly condemned the harassment and intimidation of reporters and photographers covering the anniversary of the 1916 Rising on the streets of Derry.


NUJ welcomes extension of Radio Foyle’s breakfast show

The extension of North West Today to an hour followed a campaign led by the NUJ which attracted massive cross community and trade union support in Northern Ireland. 

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BBC must find alternative approach to cost savings at Radio Foyle

Mike Nesbitt, MLA and former BBC journalist has written to BBC Northern Ireland’s Interim Director over planned cuts at the station.


BBC journalists hold consultative ballot for action over cuts at Radio Foyle

BBC members in Northern Ireland are voting in a consultative ballot for industrial action over the corporation’s proposal to close 36 posts across the province and end the popular BBC Radio Foyle Breakfast Show.


Mayor of Derry to host NUJ at public meeting opposing cuts to BBC Radio Foyle

On 4 January, NUJ president Pierre Vicary will address the local community as part of the union's Save BBC Radio Foyle public meeting featuring prose and poetry, chaired by assistant general secretary Séamus Dooley.


Stand up for journalism – NUJ solidarity protests in Northern Ireland

Local union branches in Belfast and Derry organise events today.

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Today We Stand With Lyra – remembering Lyra McKee

NUJ members join in solidarity and remembrance to mark the 1st anniversary of the killing of journalist and NUJ member Lyra McKee

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Local News Matters - Celebrating & supporting local journalism

Week after week journalists at local papers and radio stations cover the stories and amplify the local voices that would not receive that attention otherwise.

NUJ concern at Derry court protests

Reporters covering the appearance of a man accused of the murder of journalist Lyra McKee were subject to intimidation from protesters.

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