The recognition of trade unions for the first time by Ryanair has "nothing to do" with the airline's defamation action against three pilots, a judge said in his charge to a High Court jury.
Wed, 20 Dec, 2017
A former Ryanair pilot has denied claims by the airline's CEO Michael O'Leary he caused five fare paying passengers to be offloaded from a flight in order to acommodate crew travelling from Dublin to London.
Thu, 07 Dec, 2017
Ryanair's dismissal of a pilot in 2000 led others to believe that being a staff representative in the company was "a very dangerous thing", a former pilot being sued by the airline told the High Court.
Fri, 01 Dec, 2017
Ryanair did not accept the results of an internet survey among its pilots about their attitudes to safety reporting procedures because they were anonymous and unverified, the company's HR director, Darrell Hughes, told the High Court.
Fri, 17 Nov, 2017
Gardaí did not eliminate Marie Farrell as an important witness in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder investigation after establishing she had lied to them, an former senior garda told the High Court.
Wed, 11 Feb, 2015
An important witness in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder investigation was never assured by gardai she would not have to go to court: that would be “ridiculous”, a retired garda detective superintendent told the High Court.
Sat, 07 Feb, 2015
THE Farmers’ Market movement is coming of age – it’s now over 12 years since Myrtle Allen and I first set up our stalls in Cork’s Coal Quay side-by-side with fish smoker Frank Hederman, vegetable grower Caroline Robinson, Klaus and Hannah Balz with their beautiful bunches of fresh flowers and a couple of other brave souls.
Sat, 25 Jul, 2009
A DIRECTOR of Thomas Crosbie Holdings —which includes the Irish Examiner— is one of five key figures in the worlds of education, literature, business and philanthropy to be awarded honorary degrees at University College Cork next month.
Wed, 16 May, 2007