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'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.
What has led to two Belfast journalists looking into the Loughinisland killings getting arrested?
The short answer is… we don’t know.
Jonathan Hutch is suing TV3 over its news coverage of gangland trial
He is the brother of Gareth Hutch who was murdered in 2016.
'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.
NUI Galway repays students fees after complaints about course
The Students’ Union described the situation as “appalling”.
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.
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.’
'Deeply disturbing': Press Ombudsman says reported INM data breach could 'undermine' journalism
He said that confidentiality needed to be restored quickly at the newspaper.
Malaysian government proposes 10 year jail term for 'fake news'
The law, if passed, would include foreign media.
Slovakian journalist who investigated high-profile tax fraud shot dead
The man’s fiancee was also shot.
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.
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.”
Founder of to apologise for breaching copyright of court news service
A full apology will be published on the website in the coming days.
'There are snipers waiting in ambush, drones that can drop explosive charges on your vehicle': Trying to report on Mosul
Covering the battle for Mosul is risky for journalists.
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.
'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.
'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.
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.
Come join on a Google News Lab Fellowship
We have an exciting opportunity coming up for bright new talent. 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.
One of our journalists just won a major business news award
Fora reporter Paul O’Donoghue was declared ‘upcoming journalist of the year’.
Rolling Stone magazine defamed dean over bogus frat house gang rape story
The article entitled “A Rape on Campus” has since been retracted.
Pope Francis condemns gossipy journalism as a form of terrorism
The pontiff also urged journalists not to stoke fear over migration forced by war or hunger.
DPP prevents media from reporting on a childcare case for the first time
An application by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for an extension to an order prohibiting reporting was granted yesterday.
Nike losing the NBA's biggest star and vegans in the UFC: it's our favourite sportswriting
Goes well with an Easter Egg.
How human cock-fighting garnered acceptance and more of the week's best sportswriting
These articles will get you thinking.
The break that defined Alex Higgins, Wimbledon to Dublin: The week's best sportswriting
These articles are bound to get you thinking.
The fallen All-Star, constipated rugby and the week's best sportswriting
Sit back and enjoy some of the week’s best sportswriting.
It's now more difficult for Irish journalists to hold those in powerful positions to account
Ireland’s small community of hard-pressed crime journalists are up in arms, writes Tom Clonan.
Gsoc access to journalists' phone records 'really worrying'
The NUJ is seeking to meet the watchdog over its accessing of private data.
69 journalists were killed in the line of duty this year
Almost half died at the hands of Islamic militant groups.
We asked Marty Whelan to explain this photo
What in the world is going on here?
What is the future of Irish journalism?
While it’s premature to write the obituary for print media just yet, the Irish digital landscape is large and has room to grow.
Garda in Roma children case released without charge
The NUJ said there were “many unusual aspects’” to the arrest.
Journalists warned that reporting suicide details can lead to 'copycat' deaths
The Press Council of Ireland announce new code of practice relating to “excessive detail of the means of suicide”.
Sunday Independent columnist leaves paper to work for Renua
John Drennan will be the new party’s director of communications and political strategy.
LISTEN: BBC presenter 'made a mistake' by revealing he's an atheist on air
One caller was none too pleased.
Rolling Stone has been forced into a massive back-down over this frathouse rape story
The magazine has issued an apology after the article was widely discredited.
Ex-policeman who leaked Milly Dowler information to The Sun has been jailed
Simon Quinn, 43, will serve 18 months in prison.
A conversation with Robert Fisk
The world-renowned war correspondent was in Ireland this week. He spoke to about matters Irish and international, and why Vladimir Putin is his dream interviewee.