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NUJ pays tribute to Professor Horgan on his impending retirement.
The NUJ Irish secretary has suggested that the Irish government should establish a referendum commission coinciding with publication of the proposed legislation on same sex marriage rather than waiting until the date has been set for the referendum.
Joe Costello, minister of state for trade and development, has backed the union's stand against remarks made by Dr Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan, the governor of Delta State.
The National Union of Journalists has written to the Nigerian ambassador to Ireland after the Delta State governor compared homosexuality to paedophilia.
The National Union of Journalists has extended sympathy to the family of Mrs Bernie Guerin, who has died following an illness.
The courts service of Ireland and the NUJ have joined forces to host a training seminar for union members covering legal affairs on Saturday 30 November.
NUJ welcomes withdrawal of Freedom of Information Act 2013 amendment regarding multiple charges.
The research which Ken Foxe carried out convinced us that there should be no charges for FOI. The amendments announced last week take us in the opposite direction.
The union has renewed its call for the complete abolition of Freedom of Information fees in Ireland and strongly criticised the measures announced by the government yesterday.
Amongst many other changes needed in journalism to help it survive in an organised and professional manner, journalists need to be able to operate without the fear of poverty or unemployment and for newsrooms to have central to their activity the NUJ code of conduct.