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# National Union of Journalists

This year
PSNI regularly spied on journalists by accessing their phone data, London court hears
Unions tell TDs that RTÉ newsroom 'falling apart' and staff still struggling to do their jobs
NUJ condemns latest in series of 'attacks' on media, after RTÉ journalist was heckled at protest
Last year
Emma O'Kelly on RTÉ's new strategy: 'If that's modernising well, it's a modernising I don't agree with'
NUJ expresses 'strong reservations' about portrayal of John Gilligan in new Virgin Media series
Micheál Martin doubles down on criticism of The Ditch as NUJ questions his use of Dáil privilege
All time
'Clearly in the public interest': NUJ defends Golfgate coverage following Seamus Woulfe remarks
Kilkenny County Council votes to keep public and media out of policy meetings
Gsoc access to journalists' phone records 'really worrying'
Call for re-investigation of Sunday World journalist's 'public execution'
NUJ staff at Independent News and Media say there is an 'oppressive management culture'
Tweets are becoming a big problem for Irish judges
NUJ condemns "unacceptable" speech on homosexuality from Nigerian state governor
Department's FOI amendments 'run entirely contrary to spirit' of bill
World Press Freedom Day: Syria now most dangerous place for journalists
BBC journalists on 24-hour strike
Media representatives call for Freedom of Information fees to be dropped
Loyalist group denies making death threats to Belfast reporter
Belfast-based journalist in loyalist death threat report
Union raises concerns about Oireachtas inquiries amendment
Journalists at regional papers to go on strike