Dermot O Leary

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 National Bus and Rail Union’s Dermot O’Leary: claims “substantial core routes will become nothing more than feeder buses for an already overcrowded Dart and Luas service”.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Entire housing estates in Dublin will lose bus routes, and be reduced to peak-time services only, under plans for the reorganisation of the Dublin Bus(...)

Businessman Dermot O’Leary was appointed to the board of Aer Rianta in October 1992 and was re-appointed for a second term in November 1997. He was also managing director of Crane Hire Ltd in Dublin, which is owned by his family.

Former CIÉ and Aer Rianta board member, businessman Dermot O’Leary, has died. Mr O’Leary, who was 71, was managing director of Crane Hire Ltd, which(...)

Bus Éireann said it continued “to liaise with unions and staff as part of a major business restructure to reverse insolvency and make the company efficient”. Photograph: Getty Images

Bus Éireann had to hire in outside buses to operate nearly 300 services in the east of the country over the last week because drivers did not show up (...)

According to the latest Goodbody tracker, in the year to August, 5,393 units were completed, up 77 per cent versus the previous year but coming from a low base.

Housebuilding activity in Ireland is “substantially below” what official data suggests, according to a new report casting further doubt on the accurac(...)

Unite has become the latest union to announce a ballot for industrial action following the breakdown of pay talks with Irish Rail. The union announce(...)

 Unions, including the National Bus and Rail Union and Siptu will ballot immediately for strike action. File photograph: Eric Luke/ The Irish Times

Rail passengers could face serious disruption in the weeks ahead as a result of a dispute between unions and management at Iarnród Éireann over pay. (...)

File photograph: Aidan Crawley

A surge in absenteeism by drivers is the single most significant factor that has resulted in a spate of cancellation of services in recent days, Bus É(...)

Rail passengers could face disruption due to strike action next month.

There will be a strike on the country’s railways in the weeks ahead over pay, the general secretary of the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) has fore(...)

Iarnród Éireann: Any pay rises not funded by further productivity measures would have a ‘catastrophic impact’ on its financial position. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Unions have set a deadline of late September for management at Iarnród Éireann to come up with significant proposals for pay increases for the 4,000 s(...)

Iarnród Éireann staff are seeking increases along the lines of the 3.75 per cent annually secured by other workers in the transport sector. Photograph: Eric Luke

Talks will get under way on Monday on a pay claim by staff at Iarnród Éireann that unions have warned could lead to industrial action on the country’(...)

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