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Parliamentary debate on Celtic Media sale vital, says NUJ

31 January 2017: The union has written to the committee urging them to organise a public hearing.

NUJ calls for repeal of Ireland’s blasphemy laws

10 January 2017: Union calls for repeal of blasphemy laws and for reform of defamation law.

Minister seeks to protect Indo pensions

7 December 2016: Leo Varadkar, the minister for social protection, is taking legal advice on how to protect members of the Independent Newspapers (Ireland) defined benefit pension scheme.

Unions protest over INM pension cuts

5 December 2016: NUJ and SIPTU protest in Dublin against pension cuts proposals at Independent Newspapers Ireland.

Unions condemn RTE's decision to cut young people's department

25 November 2016: The RTÉ Group of Unions has called on the organisation to withdraw the unilateral decision to close the Young People's Department.

Independent Newspapers should withdraw plans to close pension schemes

17 November 2016: Union challenges company proposals and the lack of discussion with scheme trustees.

Naughten urged to halt merger

10 November 2016: Denis Naughten, Ireland's communications minister, is asked to prevent the acquisition of the Celtic Media Group newspapers by Independent News and Media plc.

Seanad debate marks breakthrough for freelances in Ireland

10 November 2016: Union continues campaign to restore the right of freelance workers to be collectively represented on pay and conditions by a trade union.

NUJ welcomes report on media ownership

24 October 2016: The union has supported MEP Lynn Boylan's report which calls for action to ensure greater diversity of media ownership in Ireland.

NUJ reps' training, Ireland, December 2016

12 October 2016: Whether you are an experienced rep who wants to brush up on their skills or somebody who has never been actively involved in the NUJ before, this training will equip you with the do's and don'ts of representing your colleagues.

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