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The NUJ will play no part in the Fiscal Treaty referendum campaign in the Republic of Ireland.
Dublin has been chosen to host the World Congress of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) in 2013.
The High Court in Ireland has rejected of a bid by Independent TD Michael Lowry to seek a summary ruling in a defamation case over comments made by journalist and NUJ member Sam Smyth.
A stunt by the Irish Mail on Sunday that deceived customers into believing it was the Sunday Tribune, following the paper’s closure, has backfired.
The NUJ in Ireland has warned regional newspaper publishers that only a renewed commitment to journalism can save local titles.
The Referendum Commission in Ireland has responded to a letter sent to it by the NUJ's Irish Secretary, Séamus Dooley.
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.