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NUJ attacks Irish government's measures on FOI fees

9 November 2013: The union has renewed its call for the complete abolition of Freedom of Information fees in Ireland and strongly criticised the measures announced by the government yesterday.

Fear of poverty an enemy of journalism

9 November 2013: Amongst many other changes needed in journalism to help it survive in an organised and professional manner, journalists need to be able to operate without the fear of poverty or unemployment and for newsrooms to have central to their activity the NUJ code of conduct.

Lock Out commemoration without law reform 'a hypocritical charade'

6 November 2013: The official commemoration of the 1913 Lock Out will be remembered as “a hypocritical charade” if the government commitment to publish legislation on collective bargaining is not honoured by the end of the year.

Walking tour of Glasnevin cemetery

22 October 2013: To mark the centenary of the 1913 lock out: fringe event at the 2013 Irish Delegate Conference

Irish BDC condemns cuts and seizure of journalistic materials

10 October 2011: During the morning session of the Irish Biennial Conference on Saturday, delegates condemned the latest BBC cuts and highlighted in particular the threat to 70 Belfast job and attacks on local radio.

Greenslade and President debate future of media in Dublin

10 October 2011: The Guardian commentator Roy Greenslade and NUJ President Donnacha DeLong took part in a lunchtime seminar on the future of new media during the NUJ Irish Biennial Conference.

Dublin trade unionists to join INN protest

12 October 2009: Trades unionists in Dublin plan to protest outside the radio company Independent Network News (INN) tomorrow in solidarity with seventeen journalists who are facing the axe.

INN journalists vote for action against closure

9 October 2009: NUJ members at Dublin-based Independent Network News (INN) have voted to take industrial action in protest at the company's decision to close operations and impose compulsory redundancies.