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Buses lparked up in Conyngham Road Garage in Dublin city. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Trade union Siptu has said talks today at the Labour Court aimed at resolving the dispute at Dublin Bus would be “very difficult”.Siptu sector organi(...)

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-(...)

An electronic sign indicating the cessation of services as the strike at Dublin Bus continues. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish TImes

While a general strike at Dublin Bus has been underway since Sunday, the action is having its greatest impact today as most Dubliners return to work a(...)

Buses parked up at Conyngham Road Garage in Dublin city. Pickets had been placed on all Dublin bus garages. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

MARTIN WALL, Industry Correspondent The Labour Court has issued an invitation to unions and management at Dublin Bus to new talks aimed at reso(...)

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(...)

Bus drivers  strike outside Dublin Bus’s Conyngham Road Garage in Dublin city. Pickets have been placed on all Dublin bus garages in the city. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has said the current strike at Dublin Bus, which is affecting more than 200,000 public transport users per day, i(...)

Striking bus drivers pictured outside Dublin Bus Ringsend Garage. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The strike at Dublin Bus which commenced today, looks set to continue over the coming days, causing further disruption for passengers. Although(...)

Aer Lingus  chief executive Christoph Mueller said that the aireline’s board hoped to be in a position to put to its shareholders, in October, a Labour Court proposal designed to resolve a long-drawn out dispute over a shortfall in a staff pension scheme.

Aer Lingus hopes to put a €110 million proposal to end a row over a shortfall in its workers’ pension scheme to shareholders in October, according to (...)

A Supreme Court ruling in favour of Ryanair during a dispute six years ago has undermined the ability of trade unions to gain a foothold in private companies, a new book has claimed. Photograph: John Moore/Getty Images

A Supreme Court ruling in favour of Ryanair during an industrial relations dispute six years ago has undermined the ability of trade unions to gain a (...)

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