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Irish Supreme Court upholds press freedom

The Supreme Court in Ireland has unanimously upheld an appeal by the Irish Times against a High Court order requiring editor Geraldine Kennedy and journalist Colm Keena to answer questions.

Irish Times journalists call for review of Trust investments

Journalists have called on the Irish Times Trust to review what NUJ members have described as the flawed investment and diversification policy of the company.

Libel award against Independent Newspapers 'disproportionate'

A High Court jury in Ireland has awarded a communications consultant €1.87 million in damages after it found that a series of articles published in the Dublin's Evening Herald in 2004 suggested that she had been having an affair with a government minister.

Johnston Press puts Irish titles up for sale

The Johnston Press group has placed 13 regional titles in the Republic of Ireland, including the Leinster Leader group, on the market.

Kerryman plans to cut three journalist jobs

Management at The Kerryman newspaper in Tralee has announced plans to make three three journalists redundant.

Independent News and Media journalists urged to resist cuts

The Irish Executive Council (IEC) of the NUJ has urged members working for Independent News & Media (INM) not to sign up to a company-wide campaign to reduce wages.

Irish Independent offers shares for pay cut

Independent Newspapers (Ireland) Limited has told its staff it will cut pay levels and offer its staff share options in return.

Johnston Press to centralise Northern Ireland/Donegal operations

Johnston Press announced today that it intends to bring all its subbing and production work acrosss Northern Ireland and Donegal into one centre at Craigavon.

RTÉ journalists vote on no-redundancy deal

NUJ members at Raidió Teilifís Éireann will vote this week on whether to accept a pay freeze as part of a deal to avoid redundancies at the Irish public broadcasting organisation.

Judge's comments called 'crime against humour'

The NUJ's Irish Secretary has called on Supreme Court Judge Adrian Hardiman to apologise after the top judicial figure had referred to Irish female journalists as "cowgirls" during an outburst at an awards ceremony.

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