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NUJ seeks political support for new O’Hagan inquiry

28 September 2017: Sixteen years after his brutal murder the killers of Martin O’Hagan have not been brought to justice.

NUJ in parliament

27 July 2017: Information about the National Union of Journalists' activity in the UK parliament and the NUJ parliamentary group.

Irish government urged to back demands for action on O'Hagan murder

29 September 2016: Union expresses concern killers may be shielded because they were paid police informers.

Minister urged to investigate new threat to media diversity in Ireland

3 September 2016: The latest INM expansion bid comes alongside the company's announcement to move editorial production to the UK.

Irish government cyberbullying bills rejected at NUJ event

11 September 2015: Two bills on cyberbullying currently going through the Dáil were dissected and rejected at an NUJ event on the issue held in Dublin at the weekend.

NUJ gives guarded welcome to 'belated' cross-media ownership legislation

8 December 2014: The union's Irish Secretary says the words "horse", "door" and "bolted" spring to mind as the government publishes guidelines on media mergers.

Irish minister urged to act on Newstalk contract with UTV radio

23 October 2014: The decision by UTV to enter an agreement with Communicorp whereby UTV will provide news to the UTV group of radio stations has profound implications for employment, employment standards and media diversity in Ireland.

NUJ seeks commission on future of media in Ireland

26 September 2014: The NUJ has called for the establishment of a government commission on the future of the media in Ireland.

NUJ welcomes 'victory for open government and common sense'

2 July 2014: The Union has welcomed the decision of the Irish government to abolish up-front application charges for freedom of information requests.

Media plurality campaign

1 May 2014: Journalists who want to work for freer and more diverse media are urged to sign a European petition.

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