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The NUJ has strongly condemned an attack by Irish Minister for Justice Alan Shatter on RTÉ crime correspondent Paul Reynolds.
Ireland's trade and enterprise minister has announced a review of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000.
The NUJ is calling on the boss of Ireland's Health Service Executive to lift a blanket ban on the release of patient information to the media.
The NUJ is demanding an end to the secrecy that surrounds the operation of the Irish National Assets Management Agency.
The Irish Executive Council is to increase its work with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions to mount "an on-going campaign of resistance to the austerity programme" in Ireland.
The NUJ has supported the call by the chair of National Newspapers Ireland for the appointment of a Minister for the Media.
Supporters took part in a solidarity protest outside the offices of the Sunday Tribune in Dublin city centre on Thursday February 24 as staff at the newspaper gathered to collect their final pay cheques.
Workers at Dublin's troubled Sunday Tribune have called on the board of Independent News and Media to enter into negotiations with the NUJ on possible severance terms.
The National Consumer Agency in Ireland is considering taking action against Associated Newspapers arising from yesterday’s publication of a fake cover of the Sunday Tribune by the Irish Mail on Sunday.
Journalists at Ireland's Sunday Tribune have been told by management that the title may not publish next Sunday, and a receiver has been appointed.