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 Tánaiste Simon Coveney, European Parliament vice-president Mairéad McGuinness, Minister of State for European Affairs Helen McEntee and Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe at Dublin Port on Friday morning. Photograph: Douglas O’Connor

Pole positions Fine Gael was at sixes and sevens this week over a pause on a vote-management pact between Richard Bruton and running mate Catherine N(...)

Nearly two thirds of public service staff are prepared to switch their vote to parties they have not previously supported if they pledge to offer pay increases above the level of inflation, a new poll suggests. Photograph: Frank Miller

Nearly two thirds of public service staff are prepared to switch their vote to parties they have not previously supported if they pledge to offer pay (...)

The trade union Siptu had balloted members working in a number of organisations providing home-help services. File photograph: Getty

Industry Correspondent Talks will take place on Thursday aimed at averting a potential strike by hundreds of home-help staff just before polling day (...)

Fianna Fáil has said it  decided against implementing a rent freeze if elected after legal advice to the party stated that such a proposal would be unconstitutional. Photograph: Getty Images

A new advocacy group launched on Wednesday will put pressure on politicians to commit to a referendum on inserting the right to a home into the Consti(...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh: welcomed the new WRC talks. Photograph: Alan Betson

An ongoing work-to-rule by school secretaries over pay has been suspended to allow for new talks at the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC). However(...)

The union said under the existing two-tier pay system most school secretaries earned just €12,500 a year. File photograph: The Irish Times

Some 1,000 school secretaries are to stage a one-day strike on Friday as part of a resumed campaign of industrial action over a controversial two-tier(...)

The  trade union Fórsa  said on Monday that an offer put forward by the Department of Education was “insulting”. Photograph: iStock

School secretaries are to stage a one -day strike in early January as part of a resumed campaign of industrial action over a controversial two tier pa(...)

The INMO said 100,457 patients had gone without beds in Irish hospitals in 2019 so far this year. File image: Alan Betson

More than 100,000 people spent a period waiting on trolleys in emergency departments on wards so far this year waiting for a hospital bed, according t(...)

Nearly 1,000 school secretaries withdrew from carrying out work on public service systems and databases towards the end of September. Photograph: iStock

Industrial action by school secretaries has been suspended to facilitate talks with school management bodies and the Department of Education at the W(...)

Hundreds of school secretaries are set to engage in a one-hour work stoppage today in protest over ‘precarious’ working conditions. Photograph: iStock

Hundreds of school secretaries are set to engage in a one-hour work stoppage today in protest over “precarious” working conditions. Pupils and parent(...)

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