Luas drivers' St Patrick's Day strike called off
Drivers agree to postpone strike to hold ballot next week
A deal has been reached between Luas drivers and Transdev that means the planned strike for St Patrick's Day has been called off.
Last-minute talks at the Workplace Relations Commission have averted the strike, though several issues remain outstanding and workers such as revenue protectors and drivers will ballot on the proposals next week.
Agreement was reached earlier today for a deal with the revenue protectors, with an announcement in the last few minutes that...
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