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A former stalwart of television reporting in the Midlands and life member of the NUJ
Michelle Stanistreet's column about Samira Ahmed's equal pay case, for NUJ Informed December 2019
This outcome should also be a wake-up call for all employers.
The Highlands & Islands photographer who recorded the lives of local people, plus John Lennon, the Queen Mother and naval hardware, has died aged 77.
Journalists should not need the royal seal of approval if reporting on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
NUJ members have voiced concern over the decision of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex not to participate in the royal rota for reporters and instead to “provide access to credible media outlets”.
The union has expressed grave disappointment at the decision of RTÉ to appeal the determination of the Workplace Relations Commission in favour of an NUJ member who had challenged enforced retirement on the grounds of age.
NUJ says government must meet lobby to reconsider changes to briefings which could hamper press freedom
Moving briefings from Parliament to Downing Street will disproportionately affect local papers and small press organisations, and is ultimately a threat to the freedom of the press.
The NUJ has paid tribute to Marian Finucane, who died aged 69 and who paved the way for women in RTÉ.
Harry McCandless, a former chairman of the Northern Ireland Press Correspondents Association, has died aged 92.
The International Federation of Journalists has recorded 49 killings of journalists and media professionals, a significant drop from 95 posted last year.