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Union opposes Celtic Media takeover in Ireland

21 September 2016: Union movement expresses concern at the INM proposed takeover and urge the minister to veto the plan.

Irish Freelance Forum Autumn 2016

20 September 2016: The Irish Freelance Forum is a regular one day event designed to keep freelance journalists up to date with the latest developments in the industry.

Tribute to NUJ member David Morgan

5 September 2016: Union pays tribute to Northern Ireland journalist and NUJ member David Morgan.

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.

NUJ Irish office closed on Friday 26 August 2016

26 August 2016: The union's Dublin office is closed today.

Invitation for nominations to the Press Council of Ireland

11 July 2016: The closing date for receipt of nominations is lunchtime on Monday 5 September.
The nominating committee will make a recommendation to a meeting of the Irish Executive Council on Thursday 15 September.

NUJ welcomes Seanad move on freelance rights

6 July 2016: A significant hurdle in the battle for freelance rights in Ireland was overcome with the all-party acceptance of the Competition (Amendment) Bill tabled by Senator Ivana Bacik.

NUJ remembers spirit of Veronica Guerin

24 June 2016: The union's Irish Executive Council pays tribute 20 years after the murder of the Dublin-based journalist.

Irish Government freelance rights under international spotlight

2 June 2016: The NUJ has welcomed the decision of the International Labour Organisation to challenge Ireland's failure to treat freelance workers in accordance with the rights enshrined in the organisation's convention.

Parties urged to tackle media ownership as priority

7 April 2016: Political parties in Ireland have been urged to seek all-party agreement on ways of tacking the issue of media dominance in Ireland.

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