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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".
NUJ has condemned an assault on a French press photographer, which happened during rioting in east Belfast.
The PSNI have informed a journalist that dissident republicans have issued a death threat against them.
The NUJ has condemned a death threat issued by loyalist paramilitaries against two Northern Ireland-based journalists.
The President of the National Union of Journalists has called on the Chairman of the UK Independence Party in Northern Ireland "to clearly and unambiguously" withdraw his description of the local media in Armagh and Down as "Provos".
Strabane District Council has informed the NUJ that the press is still welcome to attend its committee meetings.
The National Union of Journalists has expressed grave disappointment at the announcement by the Director of Public Prosecutions in Northern Ireland that a decision has been taken not to prosecute in the Martin O'Hagan murder case.