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#Negotiations

From The42 'Fabregas negotiations are ongoing' - Moyes Transfer Talks

'Fabregas negotiations are ongoing' - Moyes

The Manchester United boss claims they are still trying to sign their main midfield target.

From TheJournal.ie Gilmore praised for taking "political risks" EU Budget

Gilmore praised for taking "political risks"

Alain Lamassoure said that he will defend the EU budget agreement.

From TheJournal.ie Tánaiste reaches agreement on EU's €960 billion budget Negotiations

Tánaiste reaches agreement on EU's €960 billion budget

Eamon Gilmore said that the agreement will be presented to member states next Tuesday.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Here's why the farmers are protesting on the streets of Ireland Opinion

Column: Here's why the farmers are protesting on the streets of Ireland

The Irish agricultural sector supports 300,000 jobs and €9 billon in exports, but the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) proposals will inflict serious damage on thousands of farmers, writes Niall Madigan.

From TheJournal.ie Column: The Haddington Road deal is just the same as the last, with a few tweaks Opinion

Column: The Haddington Road deal is just the same as the last, with a few tweaks

Instead of uniting against this draconian piece of legislation, the unions are operating under a ‘me fein’ attitude that will help no one, writes Kieran Allen.

From TheJournal.ie Minister 'energised and determined' to get good deal for Irish farmers Farming

Minister 'energised and determined' to get good deal for Irish farmers

EU agricultures ministers are meeting at Dublin Castle this morning for further discussions on CAP reforms, while members of the Irish Farmers’ Association plan to protest in the city today.

From TheJournal.ie Haddington Road deal may not be constitutional, says union Public Sector Pay

Haddington Road deal may not be constitutional, says union

The Irish Federation of University Teachers says it has hired a senior barrister to examine the constitutionality of the proposed deal to see if it can be challenged in the courts.

From TheJournal.ie Brian Hayes: 'Unions who reject new public pay deal will face harsher cuts' Public Sector

Brian Hayes: 'Unions who reject new public pay deal will face harsher cuts'

Negotiations have “concluded” on the Haddington Road deal, said the junior finance minister, adding less favourable conditions will apply to those unions who reject it.

From TheJournal.ie Coveney makes "major step" for Irish fishermen Fishing

Coveney makes "major step" for Irish fishermen

The Minister for Agriculture has said that final negotiations on the Common Fisheries Policy are to begin soon.

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 It's off: Strike deferred at Dublin water plant Water Woes

It's off: Strike deferred at Dublin water plant

SIPTU members at the Shanganagh plant said employers didn’t recognise the trade union – but the plant management rejected the claim.

From TheJournal.ie The 5 at 5: Tuesday Take 5

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From TheJournal.ie Taliban are in 'daily' talks with the US, says president Afghanistan

Taliban are in 'daily' talks with the US, says president

Afgahnistan president Hamid Karzai criticised the Taliban for holding the talks at the same time as they carry out suicide attacks that kill civilians and children.

From TheJournal.ie Column: In comparison to public sector workers in the US, Irish frontline workers are poorly paid Civil Servants

Column: In comparison to public sector workers in the US, Irish frontline workers are poorly paid

New recruits to frontline services in Boston can be paid three times more than what the Irish government has sought to establish as the new starting salary for public service workers. Larry Donnelly discusses the reasons for the disparity in salaries.

From TheJournal.ie Coveney says farmers' association wants to keep the status quo Farmers

Coveney says farmers' association wants to keep the status quo

The Minister was speaking about proposed CAP payment reforms.

From TheJournal.ie SIPTU welcomes recommendation by Labour Court on Aer Lingus pension dispute Aer Lingus

SIPTU welcomes recommendation by Labour Court on Aer Lingus pension dispute

SIPTU said it was still opposed to any attempt by the airline to seek ‘cost offsetting measures’ in return for meeting its responsibility to properly fund the pensions scheme.

From TheJournal.ie Gaza conflict: Fighting rages amid continued efforts to reach peace deal Conflict

Gaza conflict: Fighting rages amid continued efforts to reach peace deal

Israel is pushing for a long-term solution to the crisis as attacks on both sides of the Gaza border continued overnight.

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 Column: Hey Government, that’s not negotiating… THIS is negotiating Opinion

Column: Hey Government, that’s not negotiating… THIS is negotiating

The Government’s method of pressuring EU leaders isn’t working, writes Fergus O’Connell. So here’s a suggestion…

From TheJournal.ie Not essential to have bank debt deal by end of October - Honohan Bank Debt

Not essential to have bank debt deal by end of October - Honohan

The Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan has said that he is confident that the government will “get a lot” from its negotiations aimed at reducing the bank debt.

From TheJournal.ie Greek PM suggests further budget cuts ahead of German talks Greece

Greek PM suggests further budget cuts ahead of German talks

However, Antonis Samaras has ruled out Greece getting more funding from creditors.

From TheJournal.ie Greek coalition seeks negotiation on range of austerity measures Greece

Greek coalition seeks negotiation on range of austerity measures

The measures were agreed under the country’s international bailout arrangement.

From The42 Confirmed: Roberto Martinez set for Liverpool talks (updated) Negotiations

Confirmed: Roberto Martinez set for Liverpool talks (updated)

Wigan chairman Dave Whelan announced the news this evening.

From TheJournal.ie Vita Cortex dispute escalates as workers barricade site Protest

Vita Cortex dispute escalates as workers barricade site

The workers are on the 106th day of their protest at the Cork factory and say they are frustrated with the lack of progress from negotiations.

From The42 NBA season in doubt as negotiations hit wall Oh Dear

NBA season in doubt as negotiations hit wall

The NBA players’ union has begun the complicated process of disbanding after it rejected a final offer from the league’s franchise owners.

From The42 Uh oh: NBA postpones games until November 30th Lockout

Uh oh: NBA postpones games until November 30th

With the latest round of negotiations having failed to break the deadlock, the NBA’s labour dispute looks set to rumble on into Decemeber.

From The42 'We don't want to force the situation': Trap plays down contract rift Deal Or No Deal?

'We don't want to force the situation': Trap plays down contract rift

Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni says that there’s “no pressure” on the FAI to offer him a contract extension in a hurry.

From The42 Talks recommence as NBA officials aim to end lockout Negotiations

Talks recommence as NBA officials aim to end lockout

Representatives for owners and players will meet on Tuesday in an attempt to reach an agreement.

From TheJournal.ie Sydney siege ends with police raid Australia

Sydney siege ends with police raid

The man who entered a suburban office with his 12-year-old daughter claimed to have a bomb in his bag.

From TheJournal.ie Watch: Man in stand-off with police in Sydney Australia This post contains videos

Watch: Man in stand-off with police in Sydney

A man appears to be holding his daughter hostage and claims to have a bomb strapped to him.

From TheJournal.ie Union chief who branded members 'spoilt' will lead their pay talks Unions

Union chief who branded members 'spoilt' will lead their pay talks

Brendan Ogle will represent the ESB workers who he said enjoyed “gravy” benefits, buying foreign property and cars.

From TheJournal.ie Negotiation talks begin amid Bahrain's protest crackdown Bahrain

Negotiation talks begin amid Bahrain's protest crackdown

The kingdom’s biggest Shiite party agreed to join today’s talks at the last minute, but it isn’t too optimistic about how where the discussion will lead.

From The42 Kearney commits his future to Leinster Home Bird

Kearney commits his future to Leinster

Leinster and Ireland full-back Rob Kearney has signed a new two-year deal which will keep him in Ireland until 2013.