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From TheJournal.ie IMO warns “significant progress needed” to avert strike as officials examine doctor rosters Junior Doctors

IMO warns “significant progress needed” to avert strike as officials examine doctor rosters

Teams from the junior doctors’ union and the HSE will visit hospitals today to examine rosters. The threat of strike action remains in place for next Wednesday.

From TheJournal.ie Union representing IBRC staff to meet with LRC chief Kieran Mulvey next week Bankers

Union representing IBRC staff to meet with LRC chief Kieran Mulvey next week

The Irish Bank Officials Association says that the meeting is evidence of the legitimacy of IBRC staff’s claims over redundancy packages being cut.

From TheJournal.ie 'Mick has a serious credibility problem': TDs split on who does Leaders' Questions Technical Group

'Mick has a serious credibility problem': TDs split on who does Leaders' Questions

Seamus Healy and Stephen Donnelly will represent the Technical Group at Leaders’ Question in the next Dáil term but Luke Ming Flanagan and Mick Wallace are not happy about this.

From TheJournal.ie Windows and doors removed from Tipperary school in contract dispute Borrisokane

Windows and doors removed from Tipperary school in contract dispute

The sub-contractor, who did work at Borrisokane Community College maintains he was not paid in full for his work – the contractor disputes this claim.

From TheJournal.ie Kelly: Bus strike is a "bad day for public transport in Ireland" Industrial Action

Kelly: Bus strike is a "bad day for public transport in Ireland"

The Public Transport Minister has asked all sides to come together to try and solve the problems.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin Bus prepares for strike action amid calls for Varadkar to intervene Off The Buses

Dublin Bus prepares for strike action amid calls for Varadkar to intervene

The company is advising customers to check with their website and Twitter page ahead of possible strike action this Sunday.

From TheJournal.ie Kells Credit Union "disappointed" at plans for further strike action Strike Action

Kells Credit Union "disappointed" at plans for further strike action

Staff are due to strike on Saturday 3 August at the Credit Union as part of a dispute over collective bargaining.

From TheJournal.ie Competition Authority starts legal action against doctors Escalating

Competition Authority starts legal action against doctors

The Irish Medical Organisation had a plan to withdraw GP services to protest Government cuts – but the Competition Authority is going to the High Court to stop it.

From TheJournal.ie Strike planned by production workers at Offaly food plant Strike

Strike planned by production workers at Offaly food plant

The workers are looking for an increase in pay rates as well as the reintroduction of overtime rates and a premium rate for shift workers.

From TheJournal.ie Credit Union staff claim management won't engage with their trade union Dispute

Credit Union staff claim management won't engage with their trade union

Management at Kells Credit Union dispute claims by employees – who are picketing the premises today – that it does not recongise the right of workers to join a trade union.

From TheJournal.ie Gilmore: Negotiated settlement on Bus Éireann in best interests of everyone Bus Eireann

Gilmore: Negotiated settlement on Bus Éireann in best interests of everyone

The Tánaiste was speaking after strike action at the transport company was postponed in order to facilitate talks between unions and management.

From TheJournal.ie Here are the only Bus Éireann services which are operating right now Strike

Here are the only Bus Éireann services which are operating right now

The company has released a short list of services which continue to operate.

From TheJournal.ie More than half of jobs to go at Killarney Golf Club Kerry

More than half of jobs to go at Killarney Golf Club

The announcement follows an agreement reached between management and the trade union SIPTU.

From The42 Women's National League game abandoned after referee-manager dispute Report

Women's National League game abandoned after referee-manager dispute

Cork WFC had been leading at Turners Cross.

From TheJournal.ie Pakistani and Indian troops exchange fire in Kashmir Kashmir

Pakistani and Indian troops exchange fire in Kashmir

Each side has blamed the other for the flare-up and Pakistan has said one of its soldiers was killed in the exchange.

From TheJournal.ie Keaveney criticises 'cynicism' of ministers over his voting against government Conflict

Keaveney criticises 'cynicism' of ministers over his voting against government

The Labout TD said ministers and party members were attempting to distract from problematic issues in the budget.

From The42 Inter Milan: Wesley Sneijder won't play until contract dispute is settled Serie A

Inter Milan: Wesley Sneijder won't play until contract dispute is settled

The Dutch midfielder is now likely to leave the club in January.

From TheJournal.ie Aer Lingus: Continued plans for industrial action "regrettable" Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus: Continued plans for industrial action "regrettable"

SIPTU said its members are not in a position to withdraw the notice for industrial action until they receive acceptable clarifications on some issues.

From TheJournal.ie Talks continue over Aer Lingus pension dispute Aer Lingus

Talks continue over Aer Lingus pension dispute

SIPTU said its members will not accept any proposals that require them to engage in productivity negotiations as a condition of protecting their pension entitlements.

From TheJournal.ie In full: The two versions of the letter Alan Shatter sent to the Taoiseach Family Law

In full: The two versions of the letter Alan Shatter sent to the Taoiseach

Amid a growing row over a story on the front page of today’s Sunday Independent we publish both versions of a letter the Justice Minister sent Enda Kenny – one from the newspaper and one from the Minister.

From The42 Cycling: Floyd Landis loses UCI defamation case Dispute

Cycling: Floyd Landis loses UCI defamation case

The cyclist had accused Pat McQuaid and Hein Verbruggen of having concealed cases of doping.

From TheJournal.ie Minister to airport workers: Don't go on strike. Union: We're going on strike Industrial Dispute

Minister to airport workers: Don't go on strike. Union: We're going on strike

Leo Varadkar has urged all stakeholders to resolve their dispute over pensions in order to avoid planned industrial action by Aer Lingus and DAA employees on Monday.

From The42 Walcott denies money rift with Arsenal and eyes forward role Wrangle

Walcott denies money rift with Arsenal and eyes forward role

“I always make my decisions based on football and only football,” said the Gunners attacker.

From TheJournal.ie Japan-China dispute islands: oil bonanza or just rocks? Asia

Japan-China dispute islands: oil bonanza or just rocks?

Widespread anti-Japan demonstrations have taken place outside Japanese embassies in recent days as the territorial row between the two countries escalates.

From The42 NHL season under threat as commissioner locks out players Dispute

NHL season under threat as commissioner locks out players

Gary Bettman and the owners officially locked out the players for the second time in eight years on Saturday.

From TheJournal.ie After 272 days, Lagan Brick dispute is resolved Endgame

After 272 days, Lagan Brick dispute is resolved

The 25 former employees had been fighting since last December to receive redundancy payments.

From The42 French clubs may be forced to release players for Lions tour Silver Slivers

French clubs may be forced to release players for Lions tour

Warren Gatland will be seeking to invoke an IRB regulation that states the quadrennial event begins on 1 June.

From TheJournal.ie SIPTU serves notice of industrial action on DAA Dispute

SIPTU serves notice of industrial action on DAA

There has been no details of work stoppages revealed yet – and any action will not happen until after 1 October.

From TheJournal.ie Talks on Louth-Meath Hospital Group dispute resume Dispute

Talks on Louth-Meath Hospital Group dispute resume

The dispute centres on unions’ concerns about proposed cuts at the hospital group.

From TheJournal.ie In photos: Greencore workers travel from Hull with petition for Irish govt Greencore This post contains images

In photos: Greencore workers travel from Hull with petition for Irish govt

Workers are calling for previous pay and conditions to be reinstated.

From TheJournal.ie Taxi services resume at Dublin Airport Dispute

Taxi services resume at Dublin Airport

Details of the proposals have not been disclosed as a courtesy to the groups’ members.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Friday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Friday

The nine stories you need to know as you start your day.

From TheJournal.ie DAA meets with taxi drivers as passengers face disruption at Dublin Airport Dublin Airport

DAA meets with taxi drivers as passengers face disruption at Dublin Airport

DAA has urged drivers to resume service to the public at the airport as soon as possible.

From TheJournal.ie Aer Lingus and DAA staff vote for industrial action Pensions

Aer Lingus and DAA staff vote for industrial action

Workers are unhappy with proposed changes to their pensions.

From TheJournal.ie President to meet with former Vita Cortex workers Michael D Higgins

President to meet with former Vita Cortex workers

The former workers, who staged a 161 day sit-in at the Vita Cortex plant, are to meet the President at Áras an Uachtaráin today.

From TheJournal.ie Michael D Higgins to host Vita Cortex workers in the Áras Hello Mr President

Michael D Higgins to host Vita Cortex workers in the Áras

The President is also set to meet with the mayor of Poznan next week.

From TheJournal.ie Macedonia urges Greece to solve 20-year row over name Dispute

Macedonia urges Greece to solve 20-year row over name

The two countries have been locked in a contentious dispute since 1991 over who gets to use the name Macedonia.

From TheJournal.ie Falkland Islands to hold referendum in bid to end UK-Argentina dispute Falklands

Falkland Islands to hold referendum in bid to end UK-Argentina dispute

The chairman of the island’s assembly said that residents of the British Overseas Territory wanted to make it clear once and for all that they wished to maintain the status quo, against Argentina’s wishes.

From TheJournal.ie Vita Cortex workers "thrilled" as they prepare to depart plant tomorrow Vita Cortex

Vita Cortex workers "thrilled" as they prepare to depart plant tomorrow

Former workers at the foam manufacturing plant in Cork will end their 160-day long sit-in tomorrow at 3pm after they have all received their redundancy payments.

From TheJournal.ie Day 159: Sit-in at Vita Cortex plant set to end as payments begin Vita Cortex

Day 159: Sit-in at Vita Cortex plant set to end as payments begin

The former workers at the plant in Cork have begun to receive their redundancy payments and expect to end their sit-in this week.