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Taoiseach calls for ‘engagement’ rather than ‘agony and chaos’ ahead of Aer Lingus pilots’ strike
Industrial action by IALPA is set to begin tomorrow.
All-out strike action is also planned for a period on Saturday.
Taoiseach Simon Harris has 'challenged' both parties to engage rather than 'put people through chaos'.
Poll: Do you use a travel agent when booking a holiday?
Government aims to enact ban on 51-week student leases in time for upcoming academic year
Tallaght Bypass re-opens after collision which resulted in pedestrian being hospitalised
Gardaí deployed to Burrow Beach in Sutton following ‘disturbances’ yesterday
Gender-quotas ‘only part of solution’ to low levels of women and minorities at local government level
Electoral Commission to be given new powers to tackle online misinformation
'People move on': Aodhán Ó Ríordáin on Labour gaining first seat in EU after 10 years
Ó Ríordáin told The Journal he plans to protect employment rights, push back against the far right and continue carrying the green torch in the European Parliament.
Wikileaks says Julian Assange has been released from prison after plea deal with US