The Labour Court has found that Aer Lingus caused ‘gratuitous distress’ to a cabin crew member in how it dealt with an allegation by her concerning remarks made by an Aer Lingus captain.
Thu, 28 Mar, 2019
Darren Clarke will take a step back from his hectic schedule as European Ryder Cup captain next week with a diary free of official business. Yet while on the face of it there will be some calm before the dramatic storm of the resumption of golfing rivalries with the US at the end of the month in Minnesota, it is doubtful the Irishman will be sleeping any easier.
Thu, 08 Sep, 2016
The Department of Agriculture has identified a suspected case of BSE in Co Louth; Lord of the Rings actor Cristopher Lee has died at the age of 93; Traveller families are refusing to move 200 yards from their old cramped halting site to a new purpose-built €5m housing scheme in Cork.
Thu, 11 Jun, 2015
AS the teachers’ unions hold annual conferences around the country, the founding president of the University of Limerick has launched a blistering attack on teachers describing them as “a pampered group” who are “behaving like spoiled children”.
Wed, 07 Apr, 2010