IMO to discuss new public sector pay deal

IMO to discuss new public sector pay deal

The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) will meet today to consider the new public sector pay deal.

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One hundred turn out for Croke Park 2 'no' vote rally

One hundred turn out for Croke Park 2 'no' vote rally

Around 100 members of unions against further cuts to pay in the public service turned out for the 'No to Croke Park 2' rally in Dublin today.

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Secondary teachers approve industrial action if pay is cut

Secondary teachers approve industrial action if pay is cut

Secondary teachers have voted for industrial action in the event that the Government pushes through pay cuts.

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Reilly: Some degree of progress at Croke Park 2 talks

Reilly: Some degree of progress at Croke Park 2 talks

Minister for Health James Reilly said today that "some degree of progress" is being made in negotiations with the health unions.

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Talks continue in last effort to reach deal on public pay

Talks continue in last effort to reach deal on public pay

The chairman of the Labour Relations Commission, Kieran Mulvey and unions are continuing talks today in a last ditch attempt to make savings of over €300m to the public sector pay bill.

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Howlin: Government will make its own decisions if pay talks fail

Howlin: Government will make its own decisions if pay talks fail

The Public Expenditure and Reform Minister is warning that time is running out on reaching an agreement to resume the public-sector pay talks.

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LRC given more time to broker agreement on Croke Park II

LRC given more time to broker agreement on Croke Park II

The Labour Relations Commission has been given until next week to try and negotiate some kind of settlement with unions over the extension to the Croke Park public service pay agreement.

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Poll says 30% want govt to cut public service pay, but half of electorate is opposed

Poll says 30% want govt to cut public service pay, but half of electorate is opposed

The majority of the public favour the government re-negotiating the Croke Park Agreement according to a new opinion poll.

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Public-sector union to discuss motion for industrial action ballot today

Public-sector union to discuss motion for industrial action ballot today

Lower-paid civil servants are holding their annual conference in Galway today.

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Fianna Fáil will support legislation to cut public sector wages

Fianna Fáil will support legislation to cut public sector wages

Fianna Fáil will support legislation to impose pay cuts on public sector workers following the rejection of the Croke Park extension deal.

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Kenny: Job security not guaranteed following Croke Park 2 rejection

Kenny: Job security not guaranteed following Croke Park 2 rejection

The Taoiseach has warned that public sector workers are no longer guaranteed job security - following the rejection of the Croke Park two deal.

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Govt to re-engage with unions over proposed pay bill cuts

Govt to re-engage with unions over proposed pay bill cuts

The coalition is to re-engage with trade unions to see if they can again negotiate the proposed cuts to the public pay bill.

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Cabinet to discuss union rejection of Croke Park deal on Tuesday

Cabinet to discuss union rejection of Croke Park deal on Tuesday

The Government's response to the rejection of the Croke Park agreement will be discussed when the Cabinet meets on Tuesday.

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Strike action won't affect summer exams, teachers insist

Strike action won't affect summer exams, teachers insist

Teachers are reassuring parents that any strike action over Croke Park 2 won't affect the summer exams.

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Teaching unions threaten strike action

Teaching unions threaten strike action

The country's teachers are threatening to strike if the Government tries to enforce changes to their pay and conditions.

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Justice Minister 'divorced from reality', says GRA chief

Justice Minister 'divorced from reality', says GRA chief

The president of the Garda Representative Association has said that the Justice Minister is divorced from the reality of fighting crime.

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Tánaiste: Rejection of Croke Park deal puts bailout exit at risk

Tánaiste: Rejection of Croke Park deal puts bailout exit at risk

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has warned public servants not to risk the country's exit from the bailout by getting involved in "conflict and confrontation".

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Shatter to delay recruiting more gardaí after Croke Park deal rejected

Shatter to delay recruiting more gardaí after Croke Park deal rejected

Justice Minister Alan Shatter will delay hiring more gardaí following the rejection of Croke Park 2.

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Kenny: 'We have to, we must and we will find €300m in savings'

Kenny: 'We have to, we must and we will find €300m in savings'

The Taoiseach Enda Kenny says the coalition will get €300m in savings from the public sector pay bill this year - despite the rejection of Croke Park 2 by unions.

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Gilmore rejects suggestion coalition damaged by unions' 'no' to Croke Park 2

Gilmore rejects suggestion coalition damaged by unions' 'no' to Croke Park 2

The Tanaiste and Labour leader Eamon Gilmore is rejecting suggestions that the coalition will be damaged, after unions voted down the Croke Park 2 proposals.

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INTO 'won't rule anything out' as Croke Park 2 set to be formally rejected

INTO 'won't rule anything out' as Croke Park 2 set to be formally rejected

The President of the INTO says his union may embark on industrial action if the government introduces pay cuts to the public sector, as the Croke Park 2 deal looks set to be formally rejected today.

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INMO and INTO reject 'deeply flawed' Croke Park II

INMO and INTO reject 'deeply flawed' Croke Park II

The Irish National Teachers' Organisation and the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation have rejected the possible extension to the Croke Park agreement.

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SIPTU rejects Croke Park revision; IMPACT accepts it

SIPTU rejects Croke Park revision; IMPACT accepts it

SIPTU members have voted to reject Croke Park II.

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UNITE rejects Croke Park II deal

UNITE rejects Croke Park II deal

UNITE has rejected the revised Croke Park Agreement.

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Public Service Executive Union accepts Croke Park II

Public Service Executive Union accepts Croke Park II

The Public Service Executive Union has voted to accept the Croke Park II proposals.

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SIPTU decision on Croke Park II 'too close to call'

SIPTU decision on Croke Park II 'too close to call'

There are growing fears for the future of the Croke Park deal as the biggest public service unions in the country prepare to release the results of ballots by members.

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Croke Park deal in jeopardy as UNITE expected to reject deal

Croke Park deal in jeopardy as UNITE expected to reject deal

There are growing fears for the future of the Croke Park deal as public sector union UNITE prepares to reveal the results of its ballot later today.

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Top civil servants reject pay cuts

Top civil servants reject pay cuts

Top-ranking civil servants have rejected the proposed Croke Park II round of pay cuts.

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Howlin: 'Dishonest' to say no consequences to rejecting Croke Park II

Howlin: 'Dishonest' to say no consequences to rejecting Croke Park II

Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin has said unions urging their members to vote No to Croke Park II are only offering uncertainty to public servants.

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No guarantees for workers if Croke Park 2 is rejected, says Hayes

No guarantees for workers if Croke Park 2 is rejected, says Hayes

Everything will be back on the table if the Croke Park 2 proposals are not accepted by unions, Junior Finance Minister Brian Hayes has warned today.

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TUI delegates vote against imposition of Croke Park 2 deal

TUI delegates vote against imposition of Croke Park 2 deal

The Teacher's Union of Ireland (TUI) has voted overwhelmingly in favour of an emergency motion instructing its Executive Committee to withdraw from Croke Park 1 - if Croke Park 2 is imposed on its members.

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Teachers angry at 'broken promises'

Teachers angry at 'broken promises'

Teachers angered over education cuts have accused the Government of breaking election promises.

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Teachers' union: Government should rethink Croke Park deal

Teachers' union: Government should rethink Croke Park deal

Secondary school teachers are today urging the government to rethink the proposed cuts under the extension of the Croke Park Agreement.

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Unions accuse Govt of scaremongering over Croke Park II

Unions accuse Govt of scaremongering over Croke Park II

Unions against Croke Park II claim the Government is "scaremongering" by claiming that time is running out and it should be accepted.

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Justice Minister set for frosty reception at Garda conference

Justice Minister set for frosty reception at Garda conference

This year's annual conference of middle-ranking gardaí is getting underway in Sligo today, with pay and budget cuts top of the agenda.

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Garda association to discuss Croke Park II at annual conference

Garda association to discuss Croke Park II at annual conference

The new public sector pay deal will dominate the annual conference of middle ranking gardaí which gets underway in Sligo today.

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AGSI boss 'faces criminal investigation' if he continues protest

AGSI boss 'faces criminal investigation' if he continues protest

The head of the Garda Representative Association has said he fears losing control of the anger of rank-and-file members.

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Union ballots members on Croke Park deal

Union ballots members on Croke Park deal

The Association of Higher Civil and Public Servants has said it has begun balloting its members on the Croke Park deal.

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SIPTU urge members to accept proposed Croke Park II cuts

SIPTU urge members to accept proposed Croke Park II cuts

The country's biggest trade union SIPTU is to recommend that its members accept the revised Croke Park Agreement.

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SIPTU chiefs expected to issue Croke Park recommendation

SIPTU chiefs expected to issue Croke Park recommendation

The Executive Council of SIPTU is expected to make a recommendation to its members on the new Croke Park deal today.

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Psychiatric nurses withdraw 'goodwill' practices over Croke Park II

Psychiatric nurses withdraw 'goodwill' practices over Croke Park II

Psychiatric nurses have become the latest group of public servants set to withdraw 'goodwill' work practices.

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Rabbitte 'doesn't anticipate' long term public sector strike action

Rabbitte 'doesn't anticipate' long term public sector strike action

The Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte says he doesn't anticipate long term strike action by public sector workers over planned pay cuts under the new Croke Park deal.

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TUI members in rally against Croke Park II

TUI members in rally against Croke Park II

Rank and file members of the Teachers Union of Ireland will gather in Dublin today in a show of solidarity against Croke Park II.

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ASTI recommends rejection of Croke Park II

ASTI recommends rejection of Croke Park II

The Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland has become the latest union to recommend its members reject the new Croke Park deal.

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CPSU: Croke Park II 'a bad deal for workers'

CPSU: Croke Park II 'a bad deal for workers'

Four trade unions opposed to the proposals for a new Croke Park Agreement have launched a joint campaign to urge their members to vote against the new deal.

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IMO recommends 'No' vote on Croke Park deal

IMO recommends 'No' vote on Croke Park deal

The Council of the Irish Medical Organisation is to urge its members to vote against proposed cuts in the Croke Park extension deal.

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UNITE recommend rejecting Croke Park II

UNITE is formally recommending a rejection of the new Croke Park Agreement.

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Tánaiste: Unions 'should be given space' to consider deal

Tánaiste: Unions 'should be given space' to consider deal

The Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has said trade unions need time to consider the detail of the Croke Park extension deal.

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SIPTU to discuss Croke Park extension deal

SIPTU to discuss Croke Park extension deal

SIPTU's National Executive Council will meet today to discuss the proposals on the new Croke Park deal.

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Reilly intends to 'secure cuts from contract staff' not covered in Croke Park II

Reilly intends to 'secure cuts from contract staff' not covered in Croke Park II

The Department of Health has moved to try and stop a negative reaction that highly paid people would be exempt from Croke Park Two cuts.

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Frontline workers condemn pay deal

Frontline workers condemn pay deal

Frontline workers tonight vowed to step up their campaign against the €1bn state pay deal.

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IBEC chief tells public sector workers to put Croke Park cuts in context

IBEC chief tells public sector workers to put Croke Park cuts in context

The head of business group IBEC says public sector workers need to bear in mind the level of uncertainty that remains in the private sector when considering the Croke Park extension deal.

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