Showing items tagged with 'sunday tribune'
12 November 2013: The research which Ken Foxe carried out convinced us that there should be no charges for FOI. The amendments announced last week take us in the opposite direction.
8 March 2013: Seven former Sunday Tribune journalists received payments between them of nearly €160,000 after a two-year battle on their behalf by the NUJ finally came to an end.
2 February 2012: A stunt by the Irish Mail on Sunday that deceived customers into believing it was the Sunday Tribune, following the paper’s closure, has backfired.
12 August 2011: The National Union of Journalists has welcomed the decision of a Rights Commissioner that recognises the employment status of seven Sunday Tribune workers made redundant with the closure of the newspaper.
8 April 2011: The NUJ has supported the call by the chair of National Newspapers Ireland for the appointment of a Minister for the Media.
23 February 2011: Supporters took part in a solidarity protest outside the offices of the Sunday Tribune in Dublin city centre on Thursday February 24 as staff at the newspaper gathered to collect their final pay cheques.
15 February 2011: Workers at Dublin's troubled Sunday Tribune have called on the board of Independent News and Media to enter into negotiations with the NUJ on possible severance terms.
7 February 2011: The National Consumer Agency in Ireland is considering taking action against Associated Newspapers arising from yesterday’s publication of a fake cover of the Sunday Tribune by the Irish Mail on Sunday.
1 February 2011: Journalists at Ireland's Sunday Tribune have been told by management that the title may not publish next Sunday, and a receiver has been appointed.
27 October 2009: A leading NUJ official has said it would be a "travesty of justice" if a Belfast-based journalist is forced to pay costs for defending a case that posed a threat to her life.