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# Industrial Action

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Tesco claims 45,000 people shopped at stores picketed by strikers
'We'll be here as long as it takes': Striking Tesco workers say they're in it for the long haul
What on earth is Project Black? And why are Irish unions so worried about it?
10,000 support staff at nearly 40 hospitals to join nurses in industrial action on 7 March
Dublin Bus to ballot for strike action
Tesco is 'shocked' at unions suggesting that members 'shop with their conscience'
Management operating Cheestrings production line during strike at Kerry Group plant
Tesco workers at nine stores to strike 'indefinitely' from Valentine's Day
Tesco 'disappointed' at 'inaccurate' claims by TD that 1,200 jobs are on the line
Shootings, stabbings, cardiac arrests: Stories of lives saved as firefighters ballot for industrial action
More strike fears as secondary teachers reject "final offer" pay deal
Ross urges unions and Bus Éireann to start negotiations with "a blank sheet of paper"
Unions say they're 'ready for battle' as Bus Éireann announces widespread pay cuts
'If this many people were dying in another way, there’d be war over it'
Dublin Fire Brigade to be balloted on strike action
The gap between private pensions and public pensions has the government worried
Health Minister: 'I don't believe the threat of industrial action helps anyone'
Irish homecomings back on track as UK baggage handlers call off Christmas strike
PTSB employees vote overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action
Workers in Waterford to take industrial action on Christmas week over pay restoration claims
It's a yes: Rank-and-file gardaí have voted to accept the pay deal
After late night talks, a possible breakthrough at the ASTI teacher dispute
SIPTU has authorised its 60,000 members to ballot on industrial and strike action
CSO graph captures Irish industrial relations' year of discontent
Opinion: How can the government prevent further strikes?
Dr Michelle O'Sullivan
Government says it 'can only spend each euro once' as nurses to ballot for industrial action
Garda strike: Here's the deal that's being offered to gardaí
Opinion: Ireland has no real plan to deal with the law and order vacuum we're facing on Friday
Tom Clonan
'We don't need gardaí to go on strike for us to realise how special they are'
Getting there? Mid-ranking gardaí to join with GRA and Government in using state negotiators
ASTI is "a long way away" from temporarily suspending teachers strike
Over 500 schools to close today kicking off a season of strikes
'The solidarity was magnificent': The 1961 revolt that finally gave gardaí a voice
Poll: Who do you think is responsible for the wave of strikes?
Sergeants to discuss strike action at special meeting today
Secondary schools face closures as teachers vote for strike action
Rank-and-file gardaí to withdraw labour on four dates in November
Surge for taxis as Dublin Bus enters strike during the weekend
Dublin Bus says strikes "will have a catastrophic impact" on company's finances
Poll: Do you support Dublin Bus workers in their continuing strike action?