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4 October 2017: The union says more needs to be done on the gender gap as women members say they are being paid less than male colleagues for similar work or work of equal value.
2 October 2017: Seamus was an influential journalist, story teller and NUJ activist who enjoyed cross-community respect as a public service broadcaster par excellence.
28 July 2017: The union's Black members council is shocked and dismayed by the indisputable inequality of pay at the corporation.
24 July 2017: Following the publication of high earning journalists and presenters at the BBC, the NUJ has called for an external review of employment contracts and practices at RTÉ.
20 July 2017: The BBC must take immediate action to tackle what the union describes as “systemic inequality throughout the organisation”.
19 July 2017: Union says "talent" salaries must not be used to undermine public service broadcasting and the BBC must address the gender pay gap.
14 June 2017: Seamus Dooley, NUJ acting general secretary, called for "a clear and unambiguous commitment" that the prime minister would not agree to scrap the licence fee.
5 June 2017: The Al-Jazeera English website was a major winner, with Channel 4, the BBC, Guardian, CNN and Independent among those receiving awards.
2 June 2017: Until the broadcasters promise to share data from this equality monitoring scheme, the NUJ and sister unions will no longer participate.
26 April 2017: A report by the financial watchdog the National Audit Office found those paid more than £150,000 had risen.