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Transport Minister Shane Ross has called on all sides in the Bus Eireann dispute to take time to reflect on the issues at hand. It follows the collapse of yesterday’s talks at the Workplace Relations Commission – which the Minister has described as a ‘disappointing’ development. Later this morning the…

Up to 30 secondary schools in Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal will be affected if the ASTI votes to go on strike. The 18,000 members of the Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland are currently voting on proposals aimed at resolving a series of disputes between the union and the Department of…

More serious industrial action could be on the way from teachers according to the ASTI’s north west representative. Rolling strikes and non-co-operation with school inspections are some of the measures being considered by the Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland if members reject a fresh proposed settlement. The union is to…

Last ditch efforts are taking place in an effort to prevent an unprecedented strike by gardai taking place this Friday. With less that 48 hours now to go, it’s emerged that the AGSI and GRA will attend separate hearings at the Labour Court today and tomorrow. Meanwhile, local people and…

ASTI member teachers in the north west hope to be back in the classroom for good following today’s industrial dispute action. 22 schools in the north west are closed today due to the ongoing ASTI dispute with the department of education over equal pay for new teachers. The ASTI has…