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The union's Irish Executive Council pays tribute 20 years after the murder of the Dublin-based journalist.
The NUJ has welcomed the decision of the International Labour Organisation to challenge Ireland's failure to treat freelance workers in accordance with the rights enshrined in the organisation's convention.
Political parties in Ireland have been urged to seek all-party agreement on ways of tacking the issue of media dominance in Ireland.
Irish secretary expresses concern at the latest confiscation of images from a Dublin-based photograph agency by An Garda Siochana.
Union calls for investigation over intimidation of photographers taking pictures of Thomas “Slab” Murphy.
The union has sent messages of support to journalists at Independent News and Media who have faced intimidation.
Statement by Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary
The NUJ has called for all-party support for legislation to amend the law which allows GSOC to secretly access phone records and without judicial oversight.
Good news on NUJ recruitment in Northern Ireland.
Irish secretary says the university should seek redress via the procedures of the Press Council of Ireland and the Press Ombudsman.