A planned strike by staff at South Dublin County Council has been averted following talks at the Labour Relations Commission. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times.

A planned strike tomorrow by staff at South Dublin County Council has been averted following talks at the Labour Relations Commission. Members of the (...)

Children with special educational needs are still being excluded from activities in school despite an increase in support allocations, a parents group has said. Photograph: Walter B McKenzie/Stone/Getty Images

Children with special educational needs are still being excluded from activities in school despite an increase in support allocations, a parents group(...)

Workers from South Dublin County Council will go on strike for two days later this month as the dispute over pay cuts intensifies at the local auth(...)

The airline has welcomed news that cabin crews had called off strikes planned for next Monday and Wednesday

Aer Lingus has warned that full-year operating profits will likely be between 10 per cent to 20 per cent lower than 2013 because of the impact of indu(...)

Cabin crew at Aer Lingus have called off strikes planned for next Monday and Wednesday.

Cabin crew at Aer Lingus have called off strikes planned for next Monday and Wednesday. The move followed around 8 hours of talks at the Labour(...)

Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller has warned staff that their job security and working conditions are being damaged every day the company i(...)

Aer Lingus pilots provide a guard of honour for Aer Lingus cabin crew during a 24-hour strike over rosters at Dublin Airport on Friday. Photograph: Collins

Talks between management at Aer Lingus and representatives of cabin crew aimed at resolving a dispute over rosters which led to a 24-hour strike last (...)

The planned strike by cabin crew at Aer Lingus scheduled for Friday is to go ahead.The trade union Impact, which represents cabin crew at the airline,(...)

Aer Lingus invited the trade union representing cabin crew, who are planning to stage a 24 -hour strike on Friday, to talks aimed at addressing ‘genuine issues’ over rosters. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

MARTIN WALL Industry CorrespondentAer Lingus has warned that the introduction of new rosters being sought by cabin crew could force it to move its bas(...)

Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore who said today the point of economic policy was to create jobs and improve living standards for everyone. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The next time the Government discusses pay with public service unions it will be with a view to increasing, not cutting, wages, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore(...)