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Bus Éireann has begun an investigation after a woman travelled 25kms in the baggage compartment of one of its coaches after she was accidentally locke(...)

 Rent is the biggest ongoing cost for students. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Suddenly there are bills. The presses are empty and no one seems to be filling them. What’s going on? Learning to manage money takes skill. Col(...)

The NBRU’s Dermot O’Leary (third from left)  arriving for talks between unions and management, after three days of strike action, at the Labour Court yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Dublin Bus workers will vote over the coming week on whether to accept new proposals from the Labour Court as the company seeks to reduce costs by €11(...)

Talks continued last night between unions and management at Dublin Bus in an effort to resolve the dispute over cost-cutting plans which led to a three-day strike in the capital earlier this week. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Talks were continuing last night between unions and management at Dublin Bus in an effort to resolve the dispute over cost-cutting plans which led to (...)

Cyclists on the North Strand Road, Dublin, yesterday  as the bus strike continued for a third day. The lack of buses was  felt acutely  as workers returned to the city after the bank holiday weekend. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

New talks aimed at resolving the dispute at Dublin Bus are expected to centre on “tweaking” the original Labour Court recommendation issued in June fo(...)

Bus services recommenced in the capital today following the intervention of the Labour Court yesterday afternoon. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Management and unions at Dublin Bus will engage in talks at the Labour Court today aimed at resolving fully the dispute over an €11.7 million cost-(...)

Striking bus drivers pictured outside Dublin Bus Ringsend Garage in Dublin City. Pickets have been placed on all Dublin bus garages in the city.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The strike at Dublin Bus is the latest fallout from attempts by companies in the broader CIÉ transport group to introduce financial restructuring in t(...)

The deal requires CIÉ to grow its revenues, which fell last year by €64 million to €725 million, and also to hit earnings targets and further cut costs, particularly labour costs.

CIÉ has negotiated a new €160 million debt facility from a consortium of four banks which it says should prevent the need for further Government bailo(...)

 Bruce Springsteen will perform his first gig in Cork tonight. Photograph Matt Kent/Getty Images

Thousands of fans, many of whom have queued overnight to get good vantage spots, are preparing to file into Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork for tonight’s sel(...)

The initiative could lead to 10 per cent of the routes operated by Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann being put out to private tender as early as next year.

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar will brief the Cabinet this morning on his plans for an overhaul of public bus services, an initiative with potent(...)

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