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Members of pilot union Ialpa at Ryanair are voting on industrial action
The union said pilots were frustrated at lack of progress in pay talks.
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Striking 999 operators 'cannot make promises' about protecting services, employer says
Over 80% of union members at the call centres balloted in favour of industrial action earlier this month.
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24-hour stoppages 'quite likely' as Luas drivers vote overwhelmingly in favour of strike
The drivers want pay parity with Irish Rail employees.
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Farmers' association says former boss "demanded €2 million" to quit
They say Pat Smith is “trying to cover up” his demands.
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Dublin Bus drivers to vote on strike action
Siptu will ballot members for industrial action next week.
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Enda Kenny defends appointment of former advisor to €127,000 post
The Taoiseach personally intervened to ensure that his former advisor received a salary €35,000 higher than the current salary cap for advisors.
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Creighton 'understands concern' over pay rise for Taoiseach's former advisor
The Minister of State for European Affairs Lucinda Creighton said she doesn’t think the Taoiseach would have intervened if he did not see “a direct need for it”.
# Dispute
Pat’s players “determined” to boycott European tie over compensation row
Players say Inchicore club are refusing to discuss loss of earnings with them.
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Super Cup dispute resolved as players' pay bumped up
Airtricity XI “relieved” to finalise new deal ahead of this weekend’s tournament in the Aviva.
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PFAI: Players "had to make a stand" in Super Cup dispute
Airtricity League stars unhappy after learning that they would be paid less than €300 for playing in the two-day Aviva tournament.