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No Stone Unturned ruling ‘a victory for NUJ members and for press freedom’

31 May 2019: Chief Justice said journalists were acting in “nothing other than a perfectly appropriately way in doing what the NUJ required of them, which was to protect their sources.”

Belfast High Court to rule on No Stone Unturned warrants today

31 May 2019: Union calls on police to return journalistic material immediately

NUJ warns of FOI threat in Ireland

30 May 2019: Michael Foley explains the recent judgement that appears to undermine the presumption of disclosure

No Stone Unturned journalists face second day of judicial review

29 May 2019: NUJ members, human rights campaigners, politicians and the Loughinisland families attended the Royal Courts of Justice in Belfast on first day of judicial review to show their support for Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey

No Stone Unturned judicial review begins in Belfast

28 May 2019: The judicial review will focus on the legitimacy of the search warrants

Solidarity protest outside Belfast court for No Stone Unturned journalists

20 March 2019: Journalists met by supporters as they challenge the police search warrants and redactions made to warrant applications

NUJ welcomes Belfast ruling on protection of sources

6 February 2019: Union welcomes Northern Ireland Crown Court judgement today

Seminar on courts and court reporting, Dublin

8 November 2018: The Dublin P&PR branch's seminar will cover accessing court papers, social media & the courts, contempt & privilege chanegs and court reporting.

Belfast High Court gathering shows support for public interest journalism

7 September 2018: There was a large attendance outside the Belfast Courts of Justice this morning, to show solidarity with the makers of the documentary 'No Stone Unturned'

Unions monitor criminal trial of journalists in Turkey

20 June 2017: IFJ/EFJ observer sent to Istanbul to monitor the first trial of journalists accused of participating in the failed coup.

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