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Paris branch member Peter Dewhirst, who has died aged 91, was a popular and professional journalist who was highly regarded by his NUJ colleagues in France.
Renee Oldfield, a stalwart of the North London NUJ branch between the 1960s and the late 1980s, has died aged 87.
Rosaline Kelly, who became the first woman elected as president of the National Union of Journalists in 1975, has died aged 90 in her native Ireland following a short illness.
Tributes have been paid to Rosaline Kelly, the first woman elected president of the National Union of Journalists.
Veteran NUJ member Dardis Clarke, who has died in Dublin, will be remembered by many former delegates to NUJ annual delegate meetings for his combination of wit, scholarship and passionate commitment to trade unionism.
Ian McWilliam-Fowler, who has died suddenly aged 73, was one of the foremost journalists of his generation in the north-west of England.
Sports journalist Kevin Nash has died less than a fortnight after being admitted to Bournemouth Hospital with pancreatitis.
More than a hundred people attended the funeral Mass and cremation of former NUJ president Kyran Connolly in West London.
NUJ member Phil Cottrell has died. His colleague Bruce Whitehead pays tribute to him:
The death has taken place in London after a long illness of former NUJ president and organiser Kyran Connolly.