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Aer Lingus flights face threat after strike ballot Action: Stobart Air cabin crew work on 21 Aer Lingus routes. Photo: REUTERS Aer Lingus flights face the threat of disruption after staff at an airline that operates 21 of its routes backed industrial action. It is understood that the airline is currently making contingency plans following the announcement by Stobart Air's cabin crew. "Aer...
Patrician pupils plea to Minister over 'harsh' conditions at school Letter says 'as a student body we feel the Government has neglected our school' "For too long Patrician Academy students have had to put up with being ignored by this government."  That was the simple but heartfelt message from the Academy's Student Council, which has written to Education Minister Joe McHugh expressing...
'Insurance crisis now causing people to lose jobs' says former High Court judge Nicholas Kearns ‘Compo culture’ putting State’s reputation at risk Insurance crisis: Former top judge calls for faster pace of reform Chair: Ex-High Court president Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns. Photo: Collins Courts FORMER High Court President Nicholas Kearns has expressed frustration at the slow pace of insurance reform, saying...
Biden tops poll of Democrats despite claims about touching Former US vice president Joe Biden. Photo: AFP/Getty Images Joe Biden has established a sizeable lead in polls of Democratic presidential contenders, despite allegations of unwanted physical contact with women. The former US vice president had the support of 32pc of voters, according to a 'Morning Consult' survey. He was nine points ahead...
Sudan’s coup leader steps down a day after ousting president General Awad Ibn Ouf also announced his successor as General Abdel-Fattah Burhan. Demonstrations have taken place in Sudan’s capital Khartoum (AP) Sudan’s defence minister has announced he is stepping down as transitional leader a day after ousting the country’s autocratic president. In a TV address, General Awad Ibn Ouf also announced his successor,...
Homesavers to triple headcount to 1,200 in €10m nationwide expansion Homesavers is keen to grow the brand Homeware chain Homesavers is to invest an additional €10m into its business as it bids to become a nationwide retailer. The company, which is headed up by former Iceland Ireland chief executive Tom Keogh, plans on opening more than 20 stores this year and trebling...
Richard Dunne: 'Fresh faces needed at top but FAI staff deserve respect' Read Richard Dunne every week in The Herald A general view of the FAI National Training Centre in Abbotstown, Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile I have no problem in admitting that I do some work for the FAI. I do it because I have been in football all my life...
Beef farmers demand compensation for €101m in Brexit losses IFA President Joe Healy. Picture: Finbarr O'Rourke The Irish Farmers Association have called on the Government and EU Commission to compensate beef farmers for Brexit losses which they say run to over €100m. Despite the UK's exit from the EU set to be pushed back to October, Brexit stockpiles of beef in the...

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