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Strikes averted at Irish Johnston Press titles

Strikes planned by NUJ chapels in Johnston Press (JP) owned titles in the Republic of Ireland have been averted.

ICTU launches anti-austerity newspaper

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions is handing out 500,000 copies of the People's Voice newspaper as part of its Better, Fairer Way campaign.

NUJ calls for NAMA to be covered by Freedom of Information

The Irish Secretary of the NUJ has called for the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) to be covered by the Freedom of Information law.

NUJ joins Europe anti-cuts rally

Members of the NUJ today took part in today's Dublin rally, held as part of the European Trade Union Confederation Day of Action against austerity measures.

Alpha rejects talks on Irish newspaper closures

Alpha Newspapers Group has refused to meet union representatives to discuss the company's closure of the Roscommon Champion, Longford News and Athlone Voice.

Alpha to close three newspapers in Irish Midlands

The Alpha Newspaper Group is forcing the immediate closure of three local newspapers in the Irish Midlands.

Ireland's civil partnership law a 'progressive step'

Ireland's new Civil Partnership Act was signed into law by the President of Ireland on Saturday.

Information Commissioner calls for end to Irish FOI exclusions

Ireland's Information Commissioner has called for an end to the undermining of the country's Freedom of Information Act.

Irish members miss out on tax break

Many NUJ members in the Republic of Ireland are losing out by not claiming tax relief on their trade union subscriptions.

Irish Press Council gains new status in defamation cases

The Irish Minister for Justice has announced an important step in granting an enhanced legal status to the Press Council of Ireland.

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