Labour Court talks planned in Luas dispute

SIPTU calls off Thursday and Friday stoppages

25th May, 2016
Both sides in dispute to meet at Labour Court Pic RollingNews.ie

Stoppages planned for tomorrow and Friday on Dublin's Luas light rail system have been cancelled.

SIPTU's Owen Reidy described the initiative as welcome, adding that the union would not be making any further comment ahead of the meeting.

After a 12th day of strike action last Friday, Transdev had warned drivers that it would not agree a pay deal above the 13 per cent agreement already reached with non-driver grades.

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