Bus services operated by Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann set to be disrupted on Friday May 1st.

Bus services operated by Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann are set to be disrupted on Friday, May 1st as staff stage protests against the potential privatisa(...)

Protests took place in Bandon, Clonakily, Fermoy, Mallow and Youghal today in Co Cork.

Up to 20,000 people braved driving wind and rain to take to the streets of Cork as part of the national campaign against water charges organised by th(...)

Iarnród Éireann has said it will  run out of money by the middle of next year if its financial difficulties are  not addressed.

A union representing rail workers has blamed the Government and Irish Rail for a strike that will disrupt some 160,000 passengers. The planned nationa(...)

File photograph by Alan Betson

Two investigations are under way into an incident in which a Greyhound Recycling rubbish truck overturned, injuring three agency workers, one serious(...)

Greyhound workers Gordon Richardson, Donnacha O’Cinneide, Paul Stapleton, Joe Hall, Michael McNamara and James Simpson outside the company’s buildings at Clondalkin Industrial Estate. Photograph: Alan Betson

The State’s largest trade union Siptu is considering asking all its members to boycott the Greyhound waste company.A dispute at the company was descri(...)

Greyhound workers and others march from Liberty Hall to 
Dublin 
City Hall in protest at pay cuts yesterday. Photograph: Collins

Up to 500 people marched from Liberty Hall to City Hall in Dublin yesterday evening in support of workers from waste company Greyhound who are in disp(...)

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar said yesterday he urged all parties involved to “accept the panel’s recommendations”. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar yesterday called on all parties to accept what he called the “best and last” opportunity to resolve a €750 mill(...)

Labour Court recommendations to cut pay at Iarnród Éireann by between 1.7 and 6.1  per cent for a 28-month period were rejected over recent weeks by members of  Siptu and the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU). Photograph: Bryan O’Brien /The Irish Times

Management and trade union sources at Iarnród Éireann have reported progress in talks aimed at reaching agreement on a cost-saving plan. It is expecte(...)

NBRU members have rejected the cost-saving plan at Iarnród Éireann.

Management at Iarnród Éireann has said that given the acute threat to the financial solvency of the company it will have to give “immediate considerat(...)

The clampers, who are members of Siptu, are being balloted on whether they should strike over a 2.5 per cent pay increase, which the union said has been outstanding since 2011. Photo: David Sleator

A parking free-for-all could be on the cards with Dublin’s clampers threatening to go on strike over a pay di(...)