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Monday 30 January 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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# luas strike
'Most people don't support us but no transport dispute is ever popular'
Siptu defends its announcement of further strike action in the absence of an agreement with Luas management.
# War of Words
'I won’t be told by anybody that I’m biased' - Luas strike mediator hits back at Jack O'Connor
Workplace Relations Commission chief Kieran Mulvey and Siptu head O’Connor have been trading barbs today over the Luas strikes.
# striiiiiiiikke
There are MORE Luas strikes planned for this weekend - and it looks like they're going ahead...
The tram service was closed last weekend, and it seems it’ll take something special to stop this weekend’s strikes from going ahead also.
# luas strike
Paschal Donohoe declines to comment on proposed entry-level pay cut for Luas drivers
Dublin’s Luas service will grind to a halt on Easter Sunday and Monday after tram staff rejected a new pay deal.
# On track
"There's a long way to go" - crisis Luas talks taking place ahead of Patrick's Day stoppage
Luas operator Transdev’s climbdown last night regarding the provision of emergency buses on 17 March has paved the way for the latest round of talks.
# Pay dispute
Possible breakthrough in Luas dispute as Transdev cancels private buses
Both sides have been invited to talks at the Workplace Relations Commission.
# Pay dispute
Minister says Luas plan for St Patrick's Day buses is an 'exceptional measure'
The company that operates the service will be providing buses along the red and green line routes as drivers strike on Thursday.
Holding Luas strikes on such important days will cost other workers dearly
Unions need to realise it’s not 1913 anymore. There are laws and institutions to protect workers now, writes Aaron McKenna.
# Strike
St Patrick's Day bus service to counter Luas strike described as "scab labour"
The buses will operate between park and ride stops and the city centre.
# off the rails
Luas drivers have announced four more days of strikes
Siptu says the drivers have “no option”.
# end of the line
"What employer could meet a 30% pay increase?" - all-out Luas strike now on the cards
Regarding the looming strikes on St Patrick’s Day, Easter Sunday, and Easter Monday, Luas operator Transdev says “from a commercial point of view those days make absolutely no difference to us”.
# Called Off
Luas strike on 8 March cancelled - but not Easter stoppages
They will meet at the Workplace Relations Commission.
# taking the...
Luas bosses are not happy about drivers' toilet breaks
There was a spike in Personal Needs Breaks over the past week.
# st patrick's day strike
Luas drivers accused of 'putting a gun to the head' of Workplace Relations Commission
The fourth day of strike action is taking place today, with widespread disruption for commuters across Dublin.
# Dispute
Will you be walking to work today? No end in sight as Luas strikes enter day 3
Neither side of the dispute has met with the other to resolve the issue after last week’s strikes.
# off the rails
Luas strike: Another stressful day for commuters, as Hailo demand surges
Regular Luas commuters are taking to buses, taxis, bicycles and cars to make it to work
# massive disruptions
Luas workers on strike: here's what you need to know to get around
The strike began this morning and will continue until Saturday.
# Pay increase
Luas drivers say they're definitely going on strike next month
“The company failed to show any initiative in the effort to find an agreed resolution to the dispute,” the union said.
# striiiike
Not backing down: 48-hour Luas strike likely as company hits back at drivers
24 or 48 hour stoppages on the tram system are “quite likely” drivers have warned.
# grand national rail
Someone brought a horse on the Luas today
Horse IN carriage.
# stop thieves
More than 8,000 metres of eircom cable stolen in 2014
Irish Rail and the Luas have also reported a number of cable thefts this year, as gardaí warn numbers are on the rise.