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Shocking revelations about state collusion in NI killings – and the persecution of journalists who exposed it

Shocking revelations about state collusion in NI killings – and the persecution of journalists who exposed it

TWENTY FIVE years after the Loughinisland massacre of six men as they watched a World Cup match on TV in a Northern Ireland bar, the man named as their killer continues to go about his life running a pest control firm in Northern Ireland. Even more astonishingly, he is still living with his wife, who […]

NO STONE UNTURNED The story of two journalists who named suspects in the killing of six people. But the killers weren’t arrested – the journalists were. Watershed, 6.30pm, November 18, 2019 Film and Q&A with Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey Presented by Bristol NUJ Watch the trailer: No Stone Unturned Pictured: Barry McCaffrey and Trevor […]

Prizes for winning students in Bristol NUJ journalism scheme

Prizes for winning students in Bristol NUJ journalism scheme

WINNERS of the 2019 Bristol NUJ student journalism prizes were given their awards today. Students from every year of the journalism courses at the University of the West of England (UWE) are rewarded annually by the Bristol Branch of the NUJ, with a £50 prize in each year for the best features, layouts, news stories, broadcasts or […]

Pioneering study compares abuse of women journalists in UK and Pakistan

Pioneering study compares abuse of women journalists in UK and Pakistan

A MASTERS student has produced a groundbreaking piece of research comparing violence and other forms of abuse directed at women journalists in Pakistan and the UK. The study by Iqra Iqbal, a student of mass communication at the University of Faisalabad, contains some shocking and surprising statistics drawn from responses by 50 female journalists from each […]

First awards presented in Bristol NUJ student competition

First awards presented in Bristol NUJ student competition

BRISTOL NUJ has announced the winners of the 2018 Student Prizes run in conjunction with the journalism department at the University of the West of England. An impressive standard was observed from al four years of entry but the best piece submitted by any young journalist this year was Matthew Sterling’s ‘Peace in Belfast’. Matthew […]