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NUJ chapel pays tribute to departing editor Claire Grady, as Independent Newspapers (Ireland) presses ahead with merger of the Evening Herald and Sunday World.
Dublin (National Newspapers) branch passes motion calling merger plans "an attack on the editorial integrity" of the two papers.
The union declines to withdraw a statement criticising the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, following a request from compliance committee member.
Irish Secretary writes to the Broadcasting Authority Of Ireland after it upholds a complaint following a discussion on civil partnership and civil marriage equality.
NUJ chapels at the Herald and Sunday World newspapers have sought urgent meetings with management following the announcement that staff at the papers are to be merged.
The NUJ office in Dublin will be closed on Wednesday 13 August 2014 for staff training purposes.
Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary, and Dáithí O'Ceallaigh, Irish Press Council chairman, led tributes to Press Ombudsman Professor John Horgan at a reception to mark his impending retirement.
The Union has welcomed the decision of the Irish government to abolish up-front application charges for freedom of information requests.
The NUJ welcomes successful appeal by member in Ireland to having Neil McBride, who admitted to having 90 child images on his computer, named following a secrecy order.
The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the announcement by Landmark Media of major job cuts across the company.