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The chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has begun a legal application to have the BBC and UTV hand over video recordings of rioting in Derry.
The failure to sufficiently resource newsrooms is a damning indictment of media organisations in Ireland and poses a direct threat to modern journalism, a Belfast conference was warned.
The National Union of Journalists marks the 10th anniversary of the murder of Sunday World journalist Martin O'Hagan this week.
A Belfast judge has ruled that news organisations must hand over unbroadcast and unedited material to the PSNI.
Belfast Recorder Judge Thomas Burgess has ordered news organisations to hand over footage of the riots in east Belfast to the Northern Ireland police, the PSNI.
A Press Association photographer has been shot in Belfast.
The NUJ president and general secretary led delegates at the union's conference in Southport in signing a book of condolences for the family of murdered Northern Ireland policeman, Ronan Kerr.
The NUJ has withdrawn strike notice served on the Newry Democrat following negotiations with management.
Strike action at the Newry Democrat has been suspended following agreement by the company to attend conciliation talks at the Labour Relations Agency.
Journalists will strike over enforced redundancies at the Newry Democrat, owned by the Alpha Newspaper Group which is headed by former deputy leader of the Unionist Party, Lord Kilclooney.