Ian Mcdonnell

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Ryanair said it would not be making further comment so as to give Ryanair management space to respond to its claim

Directly-employed Ryanair pilots based in Ireland are likely to strike after voting overwhelmingly to back industrial action in a dispute over pay. M(...)

The conference passed a motion calling on the union, in the wake of the concessions secured by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation in its recent dispute, to pursue a claim for a similar deal.

Health service staff are seeking pay rises on foot of the Government’s recent deal with nurses and are also to look for a shorter working week. Deleg(...)

Thousands of Siptu members in State-funded organisations providing health and social care have deferred a one-day strike in a dispute over pay restoration.

A planned strike by more than 5,000 staff working in State-funding voluntary bodies providing health and social services, which was scheduled to go ah(...)

Paul Bell (left): “Our members feel that what is being offered is too little, too late and will be striking on Tuesday 18th September.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Staff in State-funded voluntary organisations providing health and social care services are to go on strike on Tuesday, September 18th, after the coll(...)

Impact said CRC staff who are members of the scheme had been paying into it for a minimum of 15 years. It said staff contributed 10% of their gross pay to the pension fund. Photograph: The Irish Times

Staff at the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) in Dublin are to ballot for industrial action in a dispute over pensions. The pension scheme for staff at (...)

The only piece of contingency planning for most visitors’ is to bring plenty of cash, says Patrick Tuite from Co Meath.  Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Ann Knox will never forget the 12 days she spent in Greece in July 2015. Not because the banks closed, the economy went into freefall and the country (...)