Siptu has served notice of Luas strike action on Wednesday, May 4th, Friday, May 13th, Friday, May 20th, Thursday, May 26th (four hours from 3pm–7pm) and Friday, May 27th. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Siptu has warned that the Luas dispute could continue into June and July and beyond after a pay cut was imposed over the on-going industrial action. (...)

Luas drivers are to meet on Wednesday evening to decide on a response to a warning issued by management at the Dublin light rail system that they will face pay cuts of 10 per cent from Friday if industrial action continues. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Siptu has said that Luas drivers will will not accept unilateral pay cuts which management at the Dublin light rail system has warned will be imposed (...)

The Luas light rail system in Dublin is expected to be brought to a standstill again on Thursday as a result of a strike by drivers as part of a campaign for improved pay and conditions. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Luas drivers have been warned they are facing a 10 per cent pay from the end of April if they continue with industrial action. Management at Luas ope(...)

 Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has said  he very much welcomes the decision to call off  strikes on Luas services scheduled for this weekend. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has said he will not meet Luas staff while industrial action is still pending. The trade union Siptu, represen(...)

Owen Reidy: ‘The Minister criticised our members at Easter over what was a legal dispute, but there is no criticism now about an employer with a state contract, getting taxpayers’ money.’ Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Transdev, which operates Dublin’s Luas system, has accused Siptu of seeking a “chequebook” solution to the dispute at the light rail system. All Luas(...)

 Transdev Luas drivers  have been told by the company it reserves the right to recover the costs of the dispute from staff engaging in industrial action. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

All Luas staff have been served with protective notice with immediate effect by Transdev, the operator of the Dublin light rail service. In response,(...)

Luas staff have said that increases set out in the Workplace Relations Commission were insufficient.

All Luas staff are to be served with protective notice with immediate effect by Transdev, the operator of the Dublin light rail service. The company (...)

A further series of Luas work stoppages have been planned  for May. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Luas staff face potential lay offs or short term working if strikes continue, the operator of the Dublin light rail service has warned. Transdev als(...)

Hilary Dully: “We were never actually told that they wouldn’t show it, and it was kind of suggested that they would – but not then.” Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

For Tuesday, March 29th, 1994, the TV highlights published in this newspaper listed a UTV programme exploring the phenomenon of stigmata, and BBC1 of(...)

Thousands of people in Dublin will have their travel plans disrupted on Easter Monday due to further strike action by staff operating the Luas light rail system.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Thousands of people in Dublin will again have their travel plans disrupted today due to further strike action by staff operating the Luas light rail s(...)