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The NUJ's Irish Secretary has written to the Chairman of the Referendum Commission seeking clarification of the implications for journalists of the 30th Amendment to the Irish Constitution.
During the morning session of the Irish Biennial Conference on Saturday, delegates condemned the latest BBC cuts and highlighted in particular the threat to 70 Belfast job and attacks on local radio.
The Guardian commentator Roy Greenslade and NUJ President Donnacha DeLong took part in a lunchtime seminar on the future of new media during the NUJ Irish Biennial Conference.
The Circuit Court in Ireland has granted journalist and broadcaster Sam Smyth legal costs against Deputy Michael Lowry following the NUJ member's successful defence of a defamation action against him.
Responsibility for all media mergers in Ireland is to be transferred from the Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Enterprise to the Minister for Communications.
The National Union of Journalists has welcomed the decision of a Rights Commissioner that recognises the employment status of seven Sunday Tribune workers made redundant with the closure of the newspaper.
The NUJ Irish Executive Council has warned the Irish government against radical amendments to the country’s copyright laws.
The NUJ has expressed concern over attempts at interference in the editorial process at Independent Newspapers in Dublin by former director Leslie Buckley, a Communicorp nominee to the board.
Irish colleagues have paid tribute to Eugene Moloney who died after a violent incident in Dublin city centre at the weekend.
RTÉ Radio has been nominated broadcaster of the year at the New York Festival Awards.