The gender pay gap across the BBC is just over 9% - half the national average - and there is no "systemic" gender discrimination in the organisation, a review has found.
A number of reporters attached to Independent News and Media have been told by Gardaí that their safety is at risk from organised criminals.
A war of words has broken out between the National Union of Journalists and a long standing member of the union and Broadcasting Authority of Ireland member over the NUJ’s stance on the Mooney Show’s same sex marriage complaint.
The BBC is facing a fresh threat of industrial action after announcing plans to axe 415 posts to save £48m.
BBC journalists and other staff will go on strike tomorrow in a row over jobs, workload and claims of bullying, threatening disruption to TV and radio schedules.
A strike by BBC journalists disrupted radio and TV news programmes today, with the threat of further action unless a row over jobs is resolved.
A strike by BBC journalists over jobs disrupted programmes today.
Rupert Murdoch is in the UK today to take charge of the latest crisis involving one of his titles.
Journalists from Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun have contacted a trade union to discuss suing the tabloid’s owners, the union said, after five staff were arrested in a police bribery probe.
Rupert Murdoch is expected to fly to London this week after reassuring staff he would not sell The Sun in the wake of a second wave of arrests at the newspaper.
Five employees of The Sun, a serving Surrey Police officer, a serving member of the armed forces and a Ministry of Defence employee were arrested today over allegations of inappropriate payments to police and public officials.
BBC journalists are to press ahead with a second 24-hour strike on Monday after the failure to resolve a dispute regarding compulsory redundancies.
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