Dublin Bus customers face six days of disruption
Series of 48-hour stoppages planned in pay dispute
More than 330,000 commuters face disruption next month after unions at Dublin Bus confirmed a series of 48-hour stoppages next month in a dispute over pay.
In a statement, the NBRU said all unions at Dublin Bus met yesterday and agreed that stoppages would take place on September 8 & 9, 15 & 16 and 23 & 24.
NBRU general secretary Dermot O'Leary accused the company of not having made any effort to resolve the dispute over pay. A Labour Court recommendation...
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