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What's in a name? Aviva announce stadium sponsorship extension
The venue is the home of football and rugby in Ireland.
Public sector workers should pay more into pensions, government told
Teachers, gardaí and nurses have all voted in favour of industrial action in the past year.
Poll: Should the Lansdowne Road Agreement be replaced?
A number of unions have said that a deal offered to gardaí changes the landscape of the agreement.
The Garda union is asking members whether or not they want to strike over pay
Gardaí are currently subject to a freeze in pay increments as a result of having rejected the Lansdowne Road Agreement.
'We're prepared to strike': Union to ballot secondary school teachers for industrial action
Teachers will be asked about industrial action and will also vote on whether they want to withdraw from supervision duties.
FactCheck: Was Richard Bruton right to say that newer TDs get paid less?
Do lower public service salaries extend to the Dáil chamber? FactCheck finds out.
TUI votes to accept government proposals over pay and work hours
The TUI will effectively be signing up to the terms of The Landsdowne Road Agreement.
Poll: Should new gardaí, nurses, and teachers be better paid?
A key industrial relations figure has said that if the gardaí and others cannot attract new recruits then their pay-scales need to be revisited.
Even more public servants are rejecting a pay deal
Unite have said no to the Lansdowne Road proposals.
Public sector workers shouldn't get disproportionate pay increases over everyone else
A €2,000 pay rise for virtually all public sector workers over the next two years is madness, no matter what kind of spin the union bosses want to put on it.
Forget about it: Doctors next group to turn down public sector pay deal
The Irish Medical Organisation does not feel the new agreement will do enough to stop doctors leaving the country.
Teachers' union set to reject new €2,000-increase pay agreement
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland feel that the issue of ‘flex’ hour contracts has not been dealt with sufficiently.