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The union's Edinburgh branch announces the Ian Bell New Writing award winners
The NUJ and the Scottish Parliament's cross-party group on tackling Islamophobia are commissioning guidelines for journalists on how best to report on Muslim issues.
The competition is aimed at young writers who have yet to break into professional journalism. Entries should be written in the spirit of Ian Bell – lively, taut and provocative, but thoughtful.
Glasgow-based journalist Angela Haggerty has been subject to hundreds of abusive messages in the past 48 hours.
It is vital that anyone applying for a job with That’s TV should seek advice, says John Toner,NUJ Scotland organiser.
NUJ's response to the Scottish Information Commissioner's report which found that the Scottish government takes longer to respond to journalists' FOI requests than other requests.
NUJ says union cannot agree to STV restructuring plans.
Fifty nine jobs are to go across STV news and STV2.
The NUJ delegation led the charge for increased representation of women in the media.
Journalism students at Fife College are celebrating after the college reversed its decision to end its practical journalism course following pressure from the NUJ.