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# journalism - Sunday 30 August, 2020

'It's bigger than the crash': David McCullagh says Covid-19 makes the Six One more important than ever

The new co-host of the Six One chats Covid-19, commemorations and why journalism matters more than ever.

# journalism - Sunday 23 August, 2020

Lise Hand: 'Journalism matters. And this week has been a crucial reminder of that'

“Behind every headline, at the heart of the story but not part of the story, are journalists.”

# journalism - Wednesday 8 July, 2020

# journalism - Wednesday 20 May, 2020

'Deeply alarming': NI leaders condemn dissident threats against Belfast journalists

The letter was published in the Belfast Telegraph, Irish News and News Letter newspapers yesterday.

# journalism - Sunday 10 May, 2020

Two Dublin newspapers, the Northside People and Southside People, are to close

The papers’ publisher North Dublin Publications Ltd is seeking to appoint a liquidator.

# journalism - Thursday 23 April, 2020

No plans for TV licence payment moratorium during Covid-19 crisis

RTÉ announced yesterday that it will be availing of the wage subsidy scheme.

# journalism - Friday 13 March, 2020

RTÉ appoints Ailbhe Conneely as its new social affairs and religion correspondent

The role will involve reporting and providing analysis of social affairs and religion issues across RTÉ News channels.

# journalism - Thursday 5 December, 2019

New editorial line-up to lead into exciting new phase

Meet the team charged with delivering insightful, impartial journalism on one of Ireland’s most popular digital outlets.

# journalism - Wednesday 27 November, 2019

Senior Maltese government officials resign following probe into murder of journalist Daphne Galizia

The PM’s chief of staff and the tourism minister resigned following public pressure.

# journalism - Friday 22 November, 2019

RTÉ journalists say plan to cut top presenters' pay 'doesn't go far enough'

The NUJ members have suggested a new rule that no one in the organisation earns more than the top civil service salary.

# journalism - Wednesday 20 November, 2019

Businessman arrested over murder of Maltese journalist in 2017

Anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb.

# journalism - Friday 5 July, 2019

An update on Noteworthy, the new investigative journalism platform from

Tell us what you would like to see investigated.

# journalism - Wednesday 29 May, 2019

Press Council raises concerns over 'imminent threats' to financial stability of journalism industry

The Press Council published its annual report for 2018 today.

# journalism - Tuesday 14 May, 2019

An update on Noteworthy, the new investigative journalism platform from

Tell us what you would like to see investigated.

# journalism - Tuesday 16 April, 2019

Newspaper wins Pulitzer Prize for coverage of mass shooting in its newsroom

Five Capital Gazette employees were killed after a gunman opened fire last June.

# journalism - Tuesday 9 April, 2019 launches Noteworthy, a new investigative journalism website

The new platform will fund in-depth journalism based on suggestions from the public.

# journalism - Friday 1 February, 2019

US court orders Syria to pay $302.5 million over death of war reporter Marie Colvin

Syrian military and intelligence tracked the broadcasts of Colvin and other journalists covering the siege of Homs to the media centre.

# journalism - Friday 21 December, 2018

Martina Fitzgerald to leave RTÉ after 18 years

Paul Cunningham was announced this month as RTÉ’s newest political correspondent.

# journalism - Monday 10 December, 2018

Union has 'grave concerns' about hard drives of INM staff 'being searched without permission'

The NUJ said it is concerned about “the threat to confidential sources of information and the privacy of INM staff”.

# journalism - Wednesday 14 November, 2018

'There's a risk we'll remember this whole episode as a case of two bad, and one good cop'

Our politicians and government, as well as the media, should be prepared to be far more self-critical and embrace change, writes John Devitt.

# journalism - Friday 9 November, 2018

# journalism - Thursday 9 August, 2018

Jonathan Hutch is suing TV3 over its news coverage of gangland trial

He is the brother of Gareth Hutch who was murdered in 2016.

# journalism - Tuesday 31 July, 2018

'To only support print journalism is bizarre': Criticism levelled at Fianna Fáil's 'Print Journalism Unit'

Fianna Fáil has proposed to establish a Print Journalism Unit to secure the future of print journalism.

# journalism - Monday 30 July, 2018

NUI Galway repays students fees after complaints about course

The Students’ Union described the situation as “appalling”.

# journalism - Monday 11 June, 2018

Journalist on Miss D interview: 'It wouldn't have been material that would be published in the Sunday Times'

John Mooney told the tribunal at Dublin Castle that he was never briefed negatively about Sergeant Maurice McCabe.

# journalism - Tuesday 22 May, 2018

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Presenter tackles horse, dusts herself down to deliver live preview of the next race

‘I just couldn’t bear to see it go out on another lap.’

# journalism - Wednesday 4 April, 2018

'Deeply disturbing': Press Ombudsman says reported INM data breach could 'undermine' journalism

He said that confidentiality needed to be restored quickly at the newspaper.

# journalism - Monday 26 March, 2018

Malaysian government proposes 10 year jail term for 'fake news'

The law, if passed, would include foreign media.

# journalism - Tuesday 27 February, 2018

Slovakian journalist who investigated high-profile tax fraud shot dead

The man’s fiancee was also shot.

# journalism - Wednesday 24 January, 2018

Pope Francis warns against 'fake news' and compares it to the story of Adam and Eve

Fake news was popularised as a phrase by Donald Trump.

# journalism - Monday 8 January, 2018

Irish journalist named new editor of Glamour magazine

“I could not be more proud to take the reins of an iconic women’s brand at this pivotal moment for all women’s voices.”

# journalism - Monday 10 July, 2017

Founder of to apologise for breaching copyright of court news service

A full apology will be published on the website in the coming days.

# journalism - Sunday 25 June, 2017

# journalism - Thursday 22 June, 2017

Journal Media reporters win five plaudits at Justice Media Awards

Incisive reporting and investigation by our reporters into tribunals, High Court proceedings, Garda strike action, wills and company law has been rewarded.

# journalism - Thursday 25 May, 2017

'Someone attempts to take their life every 9 minutes' claims Minister

Communications Minister Denis Naughten sounded a warning bell on responsible reporting at Press Council of Ireland report.

# journalism - Sunday 14 May, 2017

'If you thought about setting up a business too deeply, you mightn't do it'

As part of its new weekly Startup Spotlight series, Fora profiles Sligo’s StoryLab.

# journalism - Monday 3 April, 2017

Mexican paper where murdered reporter worked closes over lack of security

The Mexican government has not done enough to protect journalists, it has been claimed.

# journalism - Tuesday 20 December, 2016

Come join on a Google News Lab Fellowship

We have an exciting opportunity coming up for bright new talent.

# journalism - Tuesday 13 December, 2016 voted website that best shows Irish life in 2016

The public vote in the National Library of Ireland digital project found five sites reflect the diversity of Ireland.

# journalism - Monday 5 December, 2016

One of our journalists just won a major business news award

Fora reporter Paul O’Donoghue was declared ‘upcoming journalist of the year’.

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