Nurses have suspended strike action over pay in the first major coup for restored power-sharing at Stormont.
Rail workers, teachers, doctors, lawyers and others have joined a nationwide day of protests and strikes in France to denounce President Emmanuel Macron’s plans to overhaul the pension system.
Train staff were “standing rock solid” in support of strike action which has shut down the Tyne and Metro rail system, their union said.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has told the region’s politicians it is up to them to fix the health crisis.
The Government is to urge Stormont’s leaders to make a series of commitments to tackle Northern Ireland’s spiralling health service crisis.
Stormont politicians have accused the Secretary of State of snubbing a last-ditch meeting aimed at averting a healthcare workers strike in Northern Ireland.
Thousands of workers have rallied across France against the government’s plan to raise the retirement age to 64.
Teachers, doctors, lawyers and workers at the Eiffel Tower are among people from across France who have walked out in protest at plans for a higher retirement age.
British Airways pilots who are members of Balpa have accepted a revised pay offer, the union has confirmed.
Travel to and from France will be severely disrupted from Thursday morning owing to large-scale strikes across the country in protest at plans to overhaul its retirement system.
The Eiffel Tower shut down Thursday, France’s vaunted high-speed trains stood still and teachers walked out as unions launched nationwide strikes and protests over the government’s plan to overhaul the retirement system.
Health workers in Northern Ireland have voted for strike action.
Nurses in Northern Ireland have voted to take strike action over pay and staffing levels.
Talks over a pay dispute between air traffic controllers and Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (Hial) are to resume this week in a bid to avert strike action.
Workers on South Western Railway are to strike for 27 days before the end of the year in the long-running dispute over guards on trains.
UK university workers have backed strike action in two ballots over pensions and pay and working conditions, the University and College Union (UCU) has announced.
About 500 Unite the Union members who work at Diageo operations across Scotland have accepted a revised pay offer by the drink giant.
Caledonian Sleeper staff to take strike action as MSP calls for “disreputable” Serco to lose franchise
Caledonian Sleeper staff will take strike action in protest against operators Serco for putting workers under “intolerable” stress.
Further strike action and disruption at Aberdeen Airport has been averted, with workers choosing to accept a new pay offer, ending a long-running dispute over pay.
Aberdeen Airport staff are to stage two further days of strikes amid concerns those drafted in to replace them are overlooking serious security threats.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport will take industrial action later this month following an announcement from Unite the union.
Industrial action by air traffic controllers has been suspended while they are balloted on a new pay offer.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged unions and airport management to resolve their dispute so that another Highlands and Islands air traffic controller strike can be avoided.
Workers at Aberdeen Airport will strike for two days next month amid a dispute over pay.
A planned day of strike action taking place today must concentrate the minds of Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) and trade unions.
The air traffic controllers’ union Prospect has fired a bitter salvo at Highlands and Islands Airport Ltd’s (Hial) chief executive as north airports prepare for strike action tomorrow.
Six airports in the north will be closed on Thursday as a result of the strike by air traffic controllers.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) and unions to resolve the dispute behind a planned air traffic control strike this month.
A strike by air traffic controllers over a "double digit" pay award will close six airports across the north for 24 hours.
Union bosses have again threatened strike action over an ongoing pay dispute for air traffic controllers at Highlands and Islands Airports.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport have voted in favour of strike action over a pay claim for 2019 and following proposals to close the final salary pension scheme.
Highland airport bosses and union chiefs are being urged to end a bitter dispute over air traffic controllers’ pay which would cost taxpayers up to £500,000 a year if their demands were agreed.