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The National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) says it simply cannot ‘stand idly by’ as attacks on its members continue.

Bus and rail services may be curtailed in certain parts of the country from this weekend if there is another serious attack on staff or antisocial beh(...)

The NBRU is  expected to indicate it will seek to increase pressure on the Government to back its campaign for the introduction of a dedicated Garda public transport division. Photograph: Getty Images

Bus and rail passengers face potential disruption after staff in the State transport sector warned of possible industrial action over safety issues an(...)

The largest transaction in the second quarter was Lone Star’s acquisition of about 47.7 hectares of land in Cherrywood for a price reported to be in the region of €127 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The value of development land sales rose to €490 million in the first half of this year in spite of a more than 50 per cent fall in transactions, acco(...)

Laura Newsome, a long-distance commuting student: she is frequently late for lectures due to traffic delays. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

When Adrasteia Hughes accepted her offer of a place studying sociology and linguistics at UCD, she had no idea of just how draining the daily commute (...)

A handgun recovered by gardaí in Co Kildare. Photograph: Garda Press Office

A man has been arrested after being found carrying a concealed weapon in Co Kildare. The man in his 20s was stopped by gardaí in Brownstown on Tuesd(...)

Govindas vegetarian restaurants on Middley Abbey Street, One of Dublin was issued with a food safety closure order over fears of a cockroach infestation last month.  Photograph: Google Street View

One of the Govinda’s vegetarian restaurants in Dublin was issued with a food safety closure order over fears of a cockroach infestation last month. (...)

An audit of how suspected child abuse cases are referred to gardaí by social workers is to be undertaken following a highly critical inspection of services.

An audit of how suspected child abuse cases are referred to gardaí by social workers is to be undertaken following a highly critical inspection of ser(...)

Before it was agreed that the pickets would be called off to facilitate talks, solicitors letters were issued to protestors at five processing plants, including a Kepak facility. Photograph: iStock

Meat processing giant Kepak issued High Court proceedings against the grassroots Beef Plan Movement as the meat industry faced off against protesters (...)

A number of birds including other cormorants and cygnets were removed from the river. Photograph: Athlone Town Facebook page

An oil pollution incident on the river Shannon south of Athlone, which has killed cormorants and fish, is being investigated by Westmeath County Counc(...)

The Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, persuaded the grassroots Beef Plan movement to stand down their protests and take part in talks last Friday. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Talks began on Monday afternoon aimed at resolving the dispute between cattle farmers and meat processors over the price paid for animals, which led t(...)

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