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Economic recovery was always going to be accompanied by pay expectations, as workers sought to regain the ground conceded after the economic crash. Un(...)

 Dublin Bus workers on the picket line at Donnybrook bus depot in September. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The strikes at Luas, Dublin Bus and elsewhere this year cost the trade union Siptu more than €500,000, its general secretary Joe O’Flynn has said. H(...)

In his budget speech the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe announced an allocation of an additional €290 million to meet public service pay costs next year.

The Government, in its public service pay provision in the budget, has strongly reaffirmed its commitment to the Lansdowne Road agreement. There is (...)

Garda Chief Supt Aidan Reid, head of the Dublin Traffic Corps, said the Safer Roads for Dublin campaign was aimed at all drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. He appealed to all road users to obey the rules of the road when traffic lights were red. File photograph: Getty Images

Gardaí in Dublin have urged all road users to help reduce the number and severity of road crashes after the number of fatalities in incidents in the c(...)

Under the Luas byelaws, passengers may not ‘use any camera of video recorder or any form of equipment for recording sound or images so as to interfere with any other person’. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There were delays of up to 20 minutes on the Luas green line on Thursday morning after a disruptive passenger was removed from the tram at Beechwood L(...)

The Civil Public and Services Union wants the €1,000 payment due from September next year brought forward to January

Lower -paid civil servants are seeking the Government to speed up the pace of pay restoration. Their trade union also said the outcome of the Luas a(...)

Dublin Bus workers on the picket line at Donnybrook bus depot. WRC director general Oonagh Buckley said while there had been “an uptick in the levels of industrial action”, this was coming from “an extraordinarily low base”.  Photograph: Eric Luke.

People should not be frightened that the country is going back to a 1970s-style era of strikes, the new head of the Workplace Relations Commission ha(...)

Bath bombs in Lush, Fresh Handmade Cosmetics shop on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Credit unions, cosmetics retailer Lush and An Post are the strongest organisations and companies for “customer experience” in Ireland, according to a (...)

The 400,000 Dublin bus passengers who will be affected by Tuesday and Wednesday’s strike action will be happy to hear that this incessant September rain is scheduled to clear just as buses grind to a halt on Monday evening.   Photograph: Philip Fitzpatrick/Collins

As Dublin Bus strike talks continue this afternoon, commuters are advised to prepare alternative transportation ahead of another 48-hour bus strike wh(...)

Dublin Bus workers on a picket line during day five of ongoing strike days at Conyngham Road Bus Depot. Photograph: Alan Betson/ The Irish Times

About 400,000 people used alternative transport in Dublin city today as Dublin Bus services came to a halt due to strike action at 9pm on Thursday. (...)

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