A joint HSE-Dublin City Council review of the emergency ambulance service was announced last month. Photograph: Alan Betson

A review of Dublin’s emergency ambulance service is proceeding as planned and has not been suspended, the HSE has said. (...)

The review of Dublin’s emergency ambulance service is proceeding as planned and has not been suspended, the HSE said today. It said “cont(...)

Crew at Dublin City Hall for the Dublin Fire Brigade Ambulance Service protest from Tara Street fire station. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne

Dublin city manager Owen Keegan has suspended a review of emergency ambulance services in the city, a demonstration of up to 500 members of Dublin (...)

Siptu vice-president Patricia King: “never derived any personal benefit” from serving on board of DAA. Photograph: Eric Luke.

The board of the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) never considered the issue of the company seeking a High Cour(...)

Johnny Ronan: close to raising  funds for return to property industry. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Johnny Ronan, one of the founders of collapsed property development company Treasury Holdings, is close to raising €250 million to fund a “come(...)

Patricia King: “Irish law actively protects the rights of an employer not to recognise a trade union and to run its business on a non-union basis.” Photograph: Eric Luke

The Fine Gael side of the Government is working hand-in- glove with business interests to ensure that new rights on collective bargaining for workers(...)

Addressing the Ictu biennial delegate conference in Belfast, vice-president Patricia King said the Government was the only body which could deliver change, but that one part of it was completely embedded with the employer side. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Fine Gael side of the Government is working hand-in-glove with business interests to ensure new rights on collective bargaining for workers are ne(...)

Members of the Republic’s largest union, Siptu, have voted in favour of the revised public service pay deal. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Members of Siptu, the country’s largest trade union, have voted in favour of the Haddington Road agreement on public service pay. The move represents (...)

Gretta Murphy from Co Kilkenny with Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald and Angela Murphy from Co Waterford in the Department of Education yesterday for the launch of the Association of Childcare Professionals. Photograph: David Sleator

All childcare workers should have professional qualifications, be formally registered and enjoy a standard work contract, according to a new body set (...)

Siptu vice-president Patricia King has said today’s talks at the Labour Relations Commission have been “very exploratory”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Health service management have offered nurses a deal which would restore double-time premium rates for Sundays and public holidays in return fo(...)