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Ryanair opens its new office campus and promises to create 200 new jobs

Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially opened the new Ryanair office campus at Airside Business Park in Swords earlier today. Ryanair is expected to launch its brand new website later today and…

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Stena Line changes its Dublin to Holyhead timetable

Stena Line has announced that it has adjusted the timetable of the Stena Adventurer operating on its Dublin Port to Holyhead route. The change to the timetable came into effect…

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New tax on Irish trucks operating in Britain comes into effect

This week will see a new tax applied to all Republic of Ireland trucks that are operating in Britain that will effectively add around €30 to a return trip. Jim…

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New Board members appointed at of Dún Laoghaire Harbour

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Leo Varadkar has appointed three new board members to the Board of Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company effective immediately. The three appointments made by…

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FedEx Express- Ireland’s best employer

A recently published list about the best companies to work for in Ireland, has revealed that FedEx Express has been officially named as one of the Best Workplaces in the…

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Scania sets new company patent record for last year

Scania have announced that 2013 saw its patent department receive over 700 invention disclosures. The significantly high volume was a huge increase of 40% compared to 2012. What will please…

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€780 million retirement scheme row could see pensioners facing more cuts

It has been announced that pensioners who earn an average of €16,000 each year  will face cuts to their payment as new proposals that are intended to put an end…

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Motorists putting themselves at risk to avoid paying toll fee’s

The company who operates the State-owned, barrier-free toll have said that there are on average 78 instances every day of drivers tailgating lorries, mistakenly believing that this prevents cameras reading…

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DX Ireland have appointed John Boyle as General Manager

DX Ireland, the country’s leading independent business-to-business postal and courier delivery services provider has recently announced the appointment of John Boyle as General Manager. Mr. Boyle has worked in the…

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Iarnrod Eireann employees will face pay cuts

It has emerged that workers at Iarnrod Eireann may face substantial pay cuts from the 1st of March. Talks between unions and management at the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) concluded…

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New Harbour Master appointed by Port of Cork Company

Captain Paul O’Regan has been announced as the new as Harbour Master according to the Port of Cork Company. Captain O’Regan had joined the Port of Cork in 2005 as…

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TNT announces upcoming job cutbacks

There could potentially be some worrying times ahead for Irish workers at TNT Express depots throughout the country. This is due to a recent announcement by the company that they…

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Industrial disputes in 2013 have resulted in 10,000 lost work days

A report has been released revealing that nearly 10,000 working days have been lost in 2013 due to industrial action. Industrial disputes have been the route of most companies problems…

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New book released detailing history of Irish Ferries

A new book has been released about the history of Irish Ferries. The book which is entitled ‘Irish Ferries An Ambitious Voyage’ documents the companys story from its origins to…

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