Bus Éireann strike to continue and may escalate

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Strike at Tim Hastings Volkswagen Garage in Westport ends with agreed settlement 2017-03-27 [SIPTU]

Irish work more, pay more and earn less says UNITE 2017-03-27 [Business World]

Bus Éireann strike enters fourth day 2017-03-27 [Roscommon Herald]

36 workers on strike at Edenderry Power Plant 2017-03-27 [RTÉ]

Bus Éireann board considers 'survival plan' as strike continues 2017-03-27 [RTÉ]

Rail and Dublin Bus workers angry over treatment of Bus Éireann staff, says union boss 2017-03-27 [The Journal]

Bus Éireann strike to continue and may escalate 2017-03-25 [Irish Times]

Parents paying high fees for low-paid childcare workers, says union 2017-03-25 [Breaking News]

Workers to take industrial action at Offaly plant 2017-03-25 [RTE]

Staff create maximum chaos on picket line 2017-03-25 [The Irish Independent]

Mohill native contests presidency of Irish National Teachers Organisation 2017-03-24 [Leitrim Observer]

SIPTU present strike reasons to Bord na Móna board in Newbridge 2017-03-24 [Leinster Leader]

Republic one of worst states in Europe for maternity leave 2017-03-24 [Irish Times]

Bus Éireann unions announce all-out strike 2017-03-24 [Newstalk]

Irish councillors back local news matters campaign launch today 2017-03-24 [NUJ]

Bus Éireann strike: Cross-border services may be hit 2017-03-24 [BBC]

‘Adapt or die’ time for RTÉ, but what does its future look like? 2017-03-24 [Irish Times]

Stench lingers after Natrium’s peace deal with Clerys staff 2017-03-24 [Irish Times]

Pay freezes predicted despite country's economic growth 2017-03-24 [Irish Independent]

Rural towns to suffer worst of Ulster Bank closures as it prepares to lay off 220 staff 2017-03-24 [Irish Independent]

Some rail services hit by Bus Éireann dispute 2017-03-24 [RTÉ]

Bus Éireann services at a standstill as all-out strike begins 2017-03-24 [RTÉ]

WRC secures €1.5 million in unpaid wages for workers 2017-03-23 [Irish Times]

RTÉ cutting 200 jobs in restructuring move 2017-03-23 [BBC]

Ulster Bank to close 22 branches 2017-03-23 [RTÉ]

Bus Éireann strike to go ahead from midnight 2017-03-23 [RTÉ]

Former Clerys workers secure €1m payout in long-running row 2017-03-22 [Irish Independent]

All-out Bus Éireann strike likely next week as company finalises cuts 2017-03-22 [Irish Independent]

Financial deal agreed for 130 former Clerys workers 2017-03-21 [Irish Times]

Former Clerys workers secure financial settlement 2017-03-21 [RTÉ]

Resolution in sight for Westport garage strike 2017-03-21 [Mayo News]

Former Clerys workers to receive significant goodwill payment 2017-03-21 [Roscommon Herald]

SIPTU withdraws objection to Clerys redevelopment 2017-03-20 [RTÉ]

SIPTU responds to Bus Eireann offer of dialogue at WRC 2017-03-20 [SIPTU]

Collision course on public sector hours issue 2017-03-20 [Irish Examiner]

ASTI may opt to reballot at central executive meeting 2017-03-20 [Irish Times]

Teachers face loss of salary over Garda vetting requirements 2017-03-20 [Irish Times]

Cork early years educators encouraged to form union 2017-03-19 [96FM]

Banks have quietly shed thousands of retail staff as they turn to digital 2017-03-19 [The Journal]

Nearly 58,000 employees need income support 2017-03-19 [Irish Examiner]

Hospitality and retail sectors worst for underpaying 2017-03-19 [Irish Examiner]

Fire Brigade defer industrial action for independent talks 2017-03-19 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann letter proposes cuts to drivers’ overtime 2017-03-19 [Irish Times]

Hundreds of workers at Trinity College are gearing up for strike action 2017-03-16 [The Journal]

Trinity support and service staff vote overwhelmingly for industrial action 2017-03-15 [Roscommon Herald]

Bus Éireann unions prepared to resume talks 2017-03-15 [RTÉ]

Headscarf ban ‘not observing’ freedom of religion 2017-03-15 [Irish Examiner]

SIPTU criticises temporary layoff of workers in Taravale in Naas 2017-03-15 [SIPTU]

Reform how bosses' pay is decided, say unions 2017-03-15 [Irish Independent]

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