What do I need to know about the Irish Rail strike?

Many thousands of commuters face disruption on Wednesday 1st November due to a strike called by Irish Rail unions. HOW LONG WILL THE STRIKE LAST? In addition to Wednesday 1st November, further strike action is planned for 7th, 14th and 23rd November, and 8th December. There’s no guarantee that these will go ahead; however, it’s […]

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What do I need to know about the Irish Rail strike?

Many thousands of commuters face disruption on Wednesday 1st November due to a strike called by Irish Rail unions. HOW LONG WILL THE STRIKE LAST? In addition to Wednesday 1st November, further strike action is planned for 7th, 14th and 23rd November, and 8th December. There’s no guarantee that these will go ahead; however, it’s […]

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‘Rural Ireland’ Is Far From Dead

‘Rural Ireland’ has the ability to become an economically powerful region in its own right, according to the director of one of the region’s key funding agencies which covers the Midlands region. With its key strengths of people, energy and resources connected, David Minton, director of the Northern & Western Regional Assembly (NWRA) believes that […]

Luas Strikes – St Patrick’s Day & Easter Weekend

Luas commuters can expect further disruption to services later this month after SIPTU employees voted to hold additional strikes. A planned strike for Tues 8th March has been called off but disruption to services is expected on St Patrick’s Day (Thursday, 17th March). Strikes are also planned throughout the Easter weekend, on Sunday 27th and […]

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Transport Minister signs emergency law in a bid to close legislative loophole

Earlier this week the High Court ruled in favour of a man who was found to be drunk-driving due to a governance discrepancy of how his ticket was issued. In the existing Road Traffic legislation breathalyser tickets are to be issued in both English and Irish languages. However, the ticket in question was dispensed short […]

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