Greyhound Waste Recycling striking workers and their supporters outside the High Court in Dublin earlier this month during an application for orders preventing alleged illegal activity on the picket line. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Staff at the Greyhound waste company who have been engaged in a high-profile dispute over pay cuts in recent months are expected to vote on a new pack(...)

Many of the striking Greyhound workers who had earlier protested outside City Hall were also in the public gallery to hear councillors suspend standing orders and describe the strike as “a lock out”.

Dublin’s Lord Mayor and a majority of city councillors stood and applauded striking workers from the Greyhound Recycling and Recovery company, at t(...)

 A picket on Monday outside  Greyhound Recycling by supporters and workers at Crag Avenue, Clondalkin Industrial Estate, Dublin.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/ Collins

Representatives of workers at Dublin waste management firm Greyhound are to attend the Labour Relations Commission today to discuss a pay-related dis(...)

Striking Greyhound workers and supporters arriving at City Hall last month, following a march from Liberty Hall, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Waste collections for thousands of homes in the Dublin 4 and 6 areas have been affected by a rally organised by striking Greyhound workers in Clondalk(...)

 Workers on strike at the Greyhound Recycling and Recovery buildings at Knockmitten Lane as replacement workers operate the waste collection trucks. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The trade union Unite has given €10,000 to support workers at the Greyhound waste recycling firm who have been on strike for more than a month.The wo(...)

Micheal Buckley of Greyhound: “I know the pay cuts we are looking for are big, but if [the workers] win, and get what they want, then we are out of business.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Even while Michael Buckley is painting a picture of a tough, competitive business in which his company’s cost base is, he says, not sustainable, he so(...)

Executive director of Greyhound Recycling Michael Buckley said he wants workers at his depot in Clondalkin, Dublin, to return to work under protest, at the rates he is seeking to impose, pending a “binding determination” by the Labour Relations Commission. Photograph: Alan Betson

Siptu has agreed pay rates with competitor companies in the waste industry that are lower than the rates Greyhound Recycling is seeking to impose, acc(...)

Workers on strike at the Greyhound Recycling and Recovery buildings at Knockmitten Lane protest as replacement workers operate the waste collection trucks yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Greyhound, the recidivist offenders of the waste management industry, are locked in a bitter dispute with their staff that has caused the Minister for(...)

Workers on strike outside the Greyhound Recycling and Recovery buildings at Clondalkin Industrial Estate, near Crag Crescent, yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson

A former driver with Greyhound Waste is supplying the company with replacement services during its industrial dispute with its staff at Clondalkin, a (...)

Will we end up subsidising Greyhound’s operations by paying family income supplement to some of their workers? Photograph: David Sleator

Rubbish, trash, garbage – this column has them all. But also some bigger things: the stripping away of citizenship and the brutalisation of everyday l(...)