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Members have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action at the Derry Journal, News Letter and Morton Newspapers.
Union condemns death threat against Irish News journalist in Belfast.
The family of NUJ member and Irish investigative journalist Martin O'Hagan have offered a reward for information leading to a conviction.
The union has welcomed the OSCE's call for the re-opening of the investigation into the murder of Martin O’Hagan.
Irish Secretary Séamus Dooley strongly condemns threats issued by a dissident Republican group.
After almost a year of negotiations the NUJ has accepted a pay deal, covering members in the Derry Journal, the Belfast Newsletter and Morton Newspapers.
The incident occurred on St Patrick’s Day when a freelance photographer was assaulted on leaving a function at Belfast City Hall hosted by the Lord Mayor.
Journalist called a "Fenian bastard" and a "Feniain c**t" by a gang who also threatened to cut her throat.
NUJ described Alpha Newspaper Group's decision to immediately cease publication of the Carrickfergus Advertiser and the Ballyclare Gazette as “a major blow to local community life”.
Seamus Dooley, NUJ Irish secretary, said the announcement was "a depressing reminder of the failure of the police to investigate properly and impartially the murder of Martin O'Hagan".