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The role of journalists must be safeguarded in Gaza conflict

The union for Australian journalists condemns the rising death toll of media workers in Gaza and calls on Israel and Hamas to respect the role that journalists play as non-combatant witnesses in times of war ...

新萄京娱乐 welcomes return to Australia of journalist Cheng Lei

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The union for Australian media workers welcomes the release and repatriation of fellow journalist Cheng Lei today ...

Media union condemns WA police demand for footage

The union for Australian journalists is alarmed at reports that Western Australian police are demanding the ABC hand over footage featuring climate activists filmed as part of an investigative television documentary that has yet to air ...

Restoration of government funding a great result for the NSW screen industry

The restoration of funding for the NSW screen industry will ensure thousands of jobs and small businesses remain in the state, says the union for screen workers ...

Pezzullo reports are symptomatic of widespread attacks on press freedom in Australia

Reports that the Secretary of the Department of Home Affairs advocated for a new form of media censorship and to “criminalise” journalism raise disturbing concerns that must be acted upon by the Federal Government ...

Screen workers to launch campaign following cuts to funding

Hundreds of screen workers held a mass meeting in Sydney today and have committed to campaign to reverse cuts of $60 million to screen industry funding in the NSW Budget that will have a devastating impact on employment and small business ...

NSW screen cuts will damage jobs, business and the economy

The status of New South Wales as a world leader in the screen industry has been thrown into immediate jeopardy by the state government’s decision to go ahead with cuts to funding in next week’s Budget ...

NSW government must outline a credible future strategy for the screen industry

Cuts to funding for screen production in New South Wales would damage the state’s credibility and competitiveness as a global film and television powerhouse, warns the union for screen workers ...
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