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SIPTU suspends ambulance strike following commitment on extra funding for service

Public transport plan needed

Public transport workers are demanding that the Government urgently draws up a long-term strategic plan for the development of the sector. The call comes amid growing concerns about the future of public transport in Ireland. Read More

SIPTU members defer 48 hour bus strike planned for tomorrow

Following discussions between Dublin Bus unions and management, the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC), which chaired the talks, expressed its view that there is sufficient scope for the parties to enter intense negotiations in order to resolve the current dispute at the company. Read More

SIPTU demands a full examination of ambulance fleet following Naas fire tragedy

SIPTU representatives have demanded an immediate examination into the HSE National Ambulance Service fleet following a tragedy resulted in the death of a patient and serious injury to two paramedics, outside Naas General Hospital, County Kildare, today (Thursday, 22nd September). One paramedic has been removed to St James Hospital in Dublin due to the seriousness of the injuries sustained. Read More

Strong support for Dublin Bus Workers

The support is strong on the streets for the Dublin Bus Workers, Thursday, 15th September.

Liberty Hall Rising commemoration concerts

Concerts featuring music, song and poetry held in Liberty Hall to commemorate the centenary of the Easter Rising have been widely heralded as a great success and fitting tribute to the central role, the ITGWU, the building and the Irish Citizen Army played in the uprising.

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Launch of SIPTU Workers Rights Welcome Centre

SIPTU officially opened its new Workers Rights Welcome Centre, which is open to members of the public who wish to ‘drop in’ for information and advice on workplace issues, on Thursday, 19th May, in Liberty Hall, Dublin.


Liberty Hall 1916 Centenary Wrap

A behind the scenes look at the installation of Ireland's largest ever Building Wrap. This massive 3 sided wrap of Liberty Hall was to commemorate the Centenary of 1916 and was fitted in March of 2016.