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NUJ members are being urged to help join the search for Damian O’Brien, the missing Dublin P&PR branch member and Fáilte Ireland chapel activist.
The NUJ is deeply disappointed that the Irish Supreme Court has ordered The Irish Times to pay the costs of a crucial press freedom case.
NUJ members are gathering at venues across Ireland today to mark the day of action called by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions.
An Irish Labour MEP has told the European Parliament that the pending closure of Independent Network News raises fundamental questions about media diversity.
Journalists from national and regional media organisations gathered in Dublin on Tuesday for a lunchtime rally in support of Independent Network News workers who are threatened with redundancy.
Trades unionists in Dublin plan to protest outside the radio company Independent Network News (INN) tomorrow in solidarity with seventeen journalists who are facing the axe.
NUJ members at Dublin-based Independent Network News (INN) have voted to take industrial action in protest at the company's decision to close operations and impose compulsory redundancies.
The board of Independent Network News has said it intends to wind up the company, which supplies national and international news to local radio stations in Ireland.
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.
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.