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# luas strike

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# Complaints
'You'll look like a God': How people thought the Luas dispute could be solved
Here’s what members of the public thought about the strike – one of the biggest talking points of 2016.
# Strike
Dublin City Council backs call for new Luas trams to be automated
The councillor behind the motion said it doesn’t mean drivers will be fired.
# at a crossroads
"We're looking for a fair slice of the company we've helped build"
Luas drivers speak about their long-running dispute.
# Pay and Conditions
How did it come to this?: The many twists of the never-ending Luas strike
The ongoing Luas dispute continues to cause headaches for commuters, with more strikes planned.
# not my place
Shane Ross says he won't use the state's chequebook to solve Luas dispute
The new transport minister also said he’s ‘not particularly proud’ of his Fine Gael past.
# It goes on and on and on
The Luas is shut down again today, but is there any hope of a resolution?
Both sides of the dispute have firmly dug their heels in.
# no end in sight
Don't forget - there's another Luas strike tomorrow
The company has also written to staff urging them to reconsider their industrial action.
# summer of discontent
Luas drivers' strike set to impact on Leaving Cert students
The June strikes will be four hour affairs, rather than day-long stoppages.
# off the rails
Luas user? Remember that drivers are striking again today
Siptu members at the company are taking action for better pay and conditions.
# pay cut
Transdev says it will start docking Luas drivers' pay during strikes
Pay will be docked as much as 10% strikes continue.
# agreement
Luas talks break down after company rejects 26.5% pay claim
The deal will include a €750 payment at the end of this year.
# Breakthrough
Luas strike scheduled for this weekend called off
Trade union Siptu has cancelled the 48-hour work stoppage.
# Deadlocked
All-out strike 'seriously on the agenda' for Luas workers as dispute escalates
The Luas dispute has escalated significantly over the past number of days.
# luas strike
'Most people don't support us but no transport dispute is ever popular'
Siptu defends its announcement of further strike action in the absence of an agreement with Luas management.
# War of Words
'I won’t be told by anybody that I’m biased' - Luas strike mediator hits back at Jack O'Connor
Workplace Relations Commission chief Kieran Mulvey and Siptu head O’Connor have been trading barbs today over the Luas strikes.
# Luas
Siptu isn't happy that Transdev's top boss came from the UK but didn't meet workers
More work stoppage are scheduled for this weekend.
# factcheck
FactCheck: Are Luas drivers really paid more than junior doctors?’s FactCheck is back. And we’re stepping into the country’s biggest argument at the moment.
# luas strike
Paschal Donohoe declines to comment on proposed entry-level pay cut for Luas drivers
Dublin’s Luas service will grind to a halt on Easter Sunday and Monday after tram staff rejected a new pay deal.
# Red lines
Strikes still set to go ahead after Luas talks end without agreement
The next strike is planned for St Patrick’s Day.
# st patrick's day strike
Luas drivers accused of 'putting a gun to the head' of Workplace Relations Commission
The fourth day of strike action is taking place today, with widespread disruption for commuters across Dublin.
# Taking Over
This Dublin cafe has been making the most of the Luas strikes
Go Mima.
# Dispute
Will you be walking to work today? No end in sight as Luas strikes enter day 3
Neither side of the dispute has met with the other to resolve the issue after last week’s strikes.
# Industrial Action
Luas workers to strike on St Patrick's Day
Services were stopped for 48 hours earlier this week.
# off the rails
Luas strike: Another stressful day for commuters, as Hailo demand surges
Regular Luas commuters are taking to buses, taxis, bicycles and cars to make it to work
# Passive Paschal?
Why can't this guy just get angry and sort out the Luas strike?
Paschal Donohoe has been criticised for his hands-off approach to the various public transport disputes.
# Pay increase
Luas drivers say they're definitely going on strike next month
“The company failed to show any initiative in the effort to find an agreed resolution to the dispute,” the union said.