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# Strike

Last week
16th June 2024 - 22nd June 2024
Aer Lingus confirms cancellation of 120 flights as a result of pilots' industrial action
Criminal barristers to strike for three days next month over 'lack of progress' on pay restoration
Children due to go on holidays being used as 'pawns' in Aer Lingus dispute, Taoiseach claims
Aer Lingus pilots vote overwhelmingly in favour of strike action in dispute over pay
Aer Lingus pilots conclude voting in re-run of ballot on industrial action
This month
June 2024
Aer Lingus pilots vote on possible strike action due to pay dispute
Last month
May 2024
Baggage handling workers for major airlines at Dublin Airport consider industrial action
Thousands of school staff to strike in Northern Ireland today over delayed pay review
This year
Russia fires 40 missiles, 40 drones at Ukraine overnight
Junior doctors in Northern Ireland holding 24-hour walkout over pay conditions
New bowling alley for Dublin city centre as council grants planning permission
Lufthansa's ground staff to stage strike at seven German airports on Tuesday
Brian Rowan: The people of Northern Ireland have finally had enough of its broken politics
Brian Rowan
NI Strikes: Varadkar says public sector workers haven't got pay increases 'they should have'
Some 16 trade unions with joint membership totalling around 170,000 are taking part in industrial action today.
Unions in the North have been involved in long-running pay disputes, in some cases lasting for several years.
Workers are demanding that pay awards made to counterparts elsewhere in the UK are introduced in Northern Ireland.
Speaking at Belfast City Hall this afternoon, Nipsa general secretary Carmel Gates said strike action will grow if demands aren't met.
Northern Ireland at a standstill: 'The biggest day of strike action in a generation' today
Tens of thousands of workers across 16 unions are taking part in strike action later.
Last year
Public transport workers in Northern Ireland stage further strike today
Strikes by Northern Ireland’s bus and rail service Translink to impact Dublin to Belfast trains
Actors formally end strike and usher in protections from use of AI
Actors union says it can't agree to studios' 'last, best, final offer' issued over strikes
Down referees decide against strike action ahead of weekend of hurling finals
Why are 5,000 community and voluntary health workers taking indefinite strike action tomorrow?
Talks between Hollywood actors and studios over ongoing strike 'suspended'
Radiographers in Galway hospitals vote for imminent industrial action
HSE managerial and admin staff begin industrial action
Gardaí to begin withdrawing overtime in first of five Tuesdays of industrial action
Bus Éireann services not running in Limerick this morning due to 'unofficial' industrial action
Allowing health and community workers' strike to go ahead would be 'unthinkable'
Health and community workers to strike 'indefinitely' from 17 October over staffing concerns
Most Spanish women footballers rejoin squad after deal with federation
Most Spanish women footballers rejoin squad after deal
More than 12,000 workers taking part in 'historic' strike at 'Big Three' car companies in the US
French air traffic controllers consider strike action during Rugby World Cup
French air traffic controllers consider strike action during Rugby World Cup
UN condemns 'heinous' Russian missile strike that killed seven in Ukrainian city
'Some amount of skulduggery going on': The Iceland Saga
Darragh O'Brien claims retained firefighters' strike is a 'severe threat to public safety'
Emmy Awards postponed by almost four months over Hollywood strikes
Workers' occupation of Iceland Talbot St enters 7th week after bank holiday demonstration
Iceland workers at Talbot St store enter fortieth day of occupation
"Something has to change": Retained firefighters call for complete overhaul of service