Showing items tagged with 'freelance'
13 September 2013: Arms fair organisers criticised for ejecting journalists over a tweet
27 August 2013: The number of specialist health writers is in decline at the same time as a major reorganisation of the NHS. This campaign aims to find the true picture and support health writers and PRs meet the new challenges.
2 August 2013: Frank Ryan, a journalist in the south-west of Scotland for more than 60 years who covered the aftermath of the Lockerbie disaster, has died aged 82.
4 July 2013: Delegates at the Irish Congress of Trade Unions’ Biennial Delegate Conference in Belfast backed NUJ demand for an amendment to competition law.
26 June 2013: An Irish parliamentary committee has recognised the unique role of freelance journalists by advocating a special registration system for them to make Freedom of Information requests.
20 June 2013: John Toner identifies the biggest changes he has witnessed in the working landscape for freelance journalists during his time in the job.
18 June 2013: David Smith, 60, former Father of the Chapel at Morgan Grampian publishers, has died of heart failure in a hospice in Exeter.
4 June 2013: "In an acceptable modern society, all citizens are subject to the same laws, but this is not the case in Ireland," declared NUJ president Barry McCall at the IFJ world congress in Dublin.
31 May 2013: Tax and tax-related matters are often a headache, particularly if you are a freelance, self-employed or do a mixture of contract work and freelance.
24 May 2013: Paris branch member Peter Dewhirst, who has died aged 91, was a popular and professional journalist who was highly regarded by his NUJ colleagues in France.