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The NUJ has extended sympathy to the family and friends of Carl O’Malley, a leading Irish Times sports journalist, who died suddenly.
Tributes are being paid to the former FoC, Anglo Celt newspaper, Cavan, one of the best known and respected journalists on the Irish regional newspaper scene.
Martin Fitzpatrick, chair of the Dublin newspapers branch and former colleague recalls his career.
The financial commentator, author and former NUJ activist has died, aged 74, in Dublin.
Ted Simpson was a leading member of the NUJ and he died on Monday 12 January aged 94.
Peter was an NUJ member for many years and died on Saturday 3 January 2015 at the age of 91.
Colin Bourne pays tribute to Gary, who worked at the NUJ during disputes with Robert Maxwell and the move to computerised newsrooms and then went to become a barrister specialising in employment law.
The NUJ has extended sympathy to the family of veteran Irish broadcaster and political commentator Brian Farrell, who has died.
David Wilson pays tribute to the life of NUJ member Eddie Brockwell.
Alan worked in a range of media organisations with a long lasting interest in writing about films.