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The former Evening Post sub and political editor is paid tribute by former colleague Linda Tanner
Former Herald industrial correspondent Roy Rogers was the master of the one-liner and excellent company and the man to go to if you wanted to know what was going on in the labour movement.
Anne Perkins pays tribute to her Guardian colleague and popular columnist who died aged 75 after suffering a stroke.
The union is saddened to learn of the untimely death of Simeon Andrews, he was the co-ordinator of the NUJ’s work in parliament for more than 15 years.
Gerry undertook assignments all over the world, but was best known as the main photographer for the Times Education Supplement Scotland.
NUJ member and one of the most important photographers of the 20th century has died aged 82.
A trailblazer in journalism training and an NUJ Member of Honour, Jim Brennan, has died aged 96.
Alan Calvert, known for his sense of humour and commitment to the NUJ, has died aged 72.
Tim Jones was an early pioneer of public sector press and PR and led the NUJ’s Public Relations and Communications Council as chair and vice-chair for many years.
Seamus was an influential journalist, story teller and NUJ activist who enjoyed cross-community respect as a public service broadcaster par excellence.