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The newsroom chapel is asking for a review
Irish Executive Council committed to continue support for Belfast journalists under arrest for simply doing their job
The NUJ's Irish governing body expressed its outrage at the further bail imposed on Barry Mc Caffrey and Trevor Birney, whose film investigated the UVF massacre of six civilians in Loughinisland in 1994.
The union's Irish Secretary warned that global social justice cannot be achieved without stronger legal protections for freelance and precarious workers across all sectors.
The IEC's recruitment week kicked off with a moving screening of No Stone Unturned and Q&A session with the arrested journalists.
Union called on IBEC to cancel its Dublin event and welcomed its prompt reaction
Irish justice minister says he is "favourably disposed" to introducing legislation to make it an offence to photograph Gardaí
The union has welcomed the intervention by Judge Peter Kelly to send court inspectors to Independent News & Media to investigate a suspected data breach.
Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary, welcomed the commitment of the new owners to honour existing agreements and maintain the editorial independence of the titles.
Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary, says the union is concerned at his expression of “sympathy” with Donald Trump’s view of the media and for criticising specific programmes at a meeting in New York.
Union welcomes outcome of RTÉ legal review of contracts that breach Irish employment rights.