Mon, 27 Apr, 2020
Thu, 09 Apr, 2020
The Government looks set to unveil an unprecedented income-support scheme in the coming days in which it will pay 75% or 80% of the wages of the thousands of workers who have lost and will lose their jobs amid the Covid-19 crisis.
Mon, 23 Mar, 2020
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions’ biennial conference in Dublin must mark “the beginning of a renewed effort to secure the right to collective bargaining for all workers”, according to general secretary Patricia King.
Tue, 02 Jul, 2019
Trade unions at Tesco are to ballot amembers in the retail giant for industrial action over what they say is the refusal by the company to give pay increases to 1,000 of its long-serving staff, as well as imposing inferior contracts on the same workers.
Sun, 03 Apr, 2016
Is it really eight years since the last New Order album? The Manc electronica outfit have announced a new release, Music Complete, for September 25, complete with keyboard player Gillian Gilbert, albeit without bass player Bernard Sumner who has been estranged from the band since 2007.
Fri, 21 Aug, 2015
Cork financier Ted Cunningham undertook to resign as director of a finance company yesterday and not pursue any such work in the future as he was given a five-year suspended jail sentence for laundering money from the Northern Bank robbery of 2004.
Fri, 28 Feb, 2014
Circumstantial evidence in the money-laundering trial will include ‘unorthodox’ ways in which the accused, Timothy Cunningham allegedly handled money, including his arrival at the home of a jewellers with over £200,000 (€244,000) in Northern Irish sterling in Tesco bags, which the jeweller hid under his parents’ bed.
Fri, 14 Feb, 2014
Government hopes of securing a yes vote in the looming EU referendum were dealt a double blow as a major trade union came out against the fiscal compact treaty, and it emerged more than half of voters have little or no idea what they are meant to be deciding on.
Mon, 23 Apr, 2012