(From left) Fergus Finlay, Joanna Fortune, Kieran Mulvey and Aine Lynch of the Stop Out-of-Control Drinking campaign. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A controversial campaign group funded by drinks giant Diageo which aims to tackle binge drinking has opted not to support a ban on alcohol sponsorship(...)

Staff at Irish Water should receive annual increments ranging from 1.5 to 3 per cent as part of interim arrangement until 2017

Staff at Irish Water are set to receive backdated annual incremental pay increases ranging from 1.5 per cent to 3 per cent as part of interim arrangem(...)

Iarnród Éireann says it is  losing more than €1 million per month and is not in a financial position to agree to past productivity pay claims.

Rail services face the potential of disruption in the weeks ahead following a decision by train drivers to ballot for industrial action. The decision (...)

A second trade union at Iarnród Éireann has warned of potential strike action on the country’s railways in the weeks ahead in a dispute over payments (...)

LRC talks between Irish Rail and its drivers have collapsed increasing the possibility of industrial action.

Talks between Irish Rail and its train drivers have broken down in a development that appears to bring the threat of strike action closer. Last month(...)

AIB employees have voted to accept a 2 per cent proposal to increase basic pay by 2 per cent, backdated to January 1st 2015. (Photograph by Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times)

AIB employees have voted to accept a 2 per cent proposal to increase basic pay by 2 per cent, backdated to January 1st 2015. The pay rise will apply (...)

National Bus and Rail Union drivers “have an expectation that they will be balloted” on industrial action

Train users are facing an autumn of misery following a warning from unions that drivers are to be balloted on industrial action. According to the Nat(...)

Minister for the Environment  Alan Kelly speaking to the media with John Tierney and Elizabeth Arnett of Irish Water. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Since before Irish Water was an apple in Phil Hogan’s eye, it has struggled to keep itself out of hot water and barely a week has passed since the beg(...)

Workplace bullying in post-primary schools  can come from any direction – superiors, peers or subordinates. Photograph: Thinkstock

‘Adults feel too weak and ashamed to admit they’re being bullied because they think an adult should be able to cope with it,” says Dr Genevieve Mur(...)

Anti water charge protest. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

It will take at least another year before Irish Water can get a true sense of how many households will pay water charges, according to the chief execu(...)

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