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Eir withdraws from Government's broadband Scheme

Eir, the State’s largest telecoms firm, has withdrawn from the Government’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), throwing the process into disarray, The Irish Times has learned. ... More

Conference: How we can Resolve the Housing Crisis

A major national conference on what is the defining issue of our time... More

Still Waiting Health Campaign Conference

Conference, 27th January 2018, Liberty Hall at 10am... More

January Congress Friday Briefing

For a very long time executive pay was a carefully preserved secret in Irish business... More

Closure of Head Office at Christmas

I wish to advise you that Head Office will be closed from 1:00pm on Friday 22nd December 2017 and will re-open at 9:00am on Tuesday, 2nd January 2018.... More

Acquisition of eir

Company Announcement and Factsheet... More

Acquisition of eir

You will be aware from media reports and from the announcement from the eir CEO, Richard Moat, that a majority stake in the company has been bought by the French multinational NJJ group and businessman, Xavier Niel... More

Congress Responds to Publication of Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2017

The ICTU General Secretary Patricia King responded to the publication today of the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2017... More

Congress Critical of Taoiseach's 'Insensitivity' on Housing & Homeless Crisis

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions has critcised as 'highly insentitive' remarks from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar which claimed Ireland's rate of homelessness was low by international standards. ... More

Emergency Call Service contract award to BT Ireland sends out disturbing message on Government’s commitment to the rights of workers

CWU demands urgent examination of the circumstances surrounding the ‘re-award’ of the ECAS contract to BT Ireland... More

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