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30,000 teachers have gone on strike today in the second-largest school district in the US.

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50,000 factory workers are reported to have taken part in strikes this week.

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The unintended consequences of quantitative easing are the price that others must pay for the way the developed world was saved after the financial crisis, researcher Rodrigo Fernandez told a public meeting in Dublin on Tuesday evening.

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A meeting in Dublin last night heard about the real cost of Irish coal.

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A photo Minister Murphy launching the Land Development Agency at Government Buildings with the subtitle "This is about taking public land in strategic locations and putting it to public good".
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Another week, another snazzy video of the rolling hillsides to convince us Fine Gael are working hard. We take a look behind the press release to understand the Land Development Agency.

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The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has granted awards to fourteen workers employed by Paddy Power Betfair for the denial of rest breaks.

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Mandate Trade Union General Secretary, John Douglas, has called on all workers in the retail and bar trades to join their union and win pay rates of at least €15 per hour.

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The NUJ Dublin Broadcasting Branch demonstrated outside the Israeli embassy in Ballsbridge on Thursday to protest the killing of Palestinian journalist Yasser Murtaja, who was shot by Israeli forces while covering a demonstration in the Gaza Strip.

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Close to 800 Unite members in Ireland’s largest pension provider took strike action in a dispute centred on Irish Life’s unilateral decision to close the workers’ Defined Benefit pension scheme as of June 30th without the union’s agreement.

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Thousands marched through Dublin city centre on Saturday demanding an end to the housing and homelessness crisis.

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