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Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary says Ireland needs nuclear power, but not near his estate

Outspoken airline chief suggests Wexford as possible site and says he can provide the land Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary says the country will need to...

Competition watchdog blocks Dublin Airport from using Gannon carpark for summer

Dublin Airport wanted to use the former Quickpark site, which can accommodate 6,100 vehicles The DAA, which operates Dublin Airport and Cork Airport, had originally...

Aer Lingus passengers face anxious wait to see if flights are hit by pilot action

Airline expecting ‘significant impact’ from next week’s planned work-to-rule action Aer Lingus chief corporate affairs officer Dónal Moriarty said last night that the company is...

Aer Lingus pilots serve notice of work-to-rule as pay dispute deepens

Hotels lobby also concerned about impact of industrial action on domestic tourism It will begin at 00:01 hours on Wednesday, June 26.​A strike by...

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary accuses Aer Lingus pilots of ‘industrial blackmail’ as strike threatens summer holiday travel

“I don’t think anybody is justified in seeking a 24pc or 25pc pay increase,” he said.Mr O’Leary said he believed the 9.25pc interim increase...

Aer Lingus pilot strike fears intensify as pay talks end without agreement

It raises the prospect of strike action within just over a week that would impact tens of thousands of Aer Lingus passengers, including holidaymakers.Talks...

Aer Lingus pilots vote overwhelmingly in favour of strike action amid ongoing pay dispute

Airline and pilot union are continuing crunch pay talks today as outcome of pilot ballot for industrial action expected this evening Members of the Irish...

Agent claiming to represent Colm Wu tries to bypass receivers at Dublin property

Embattled businessman has seen millions of euro worth of property in Dublin slip out of his control It is understood the tenants ­contacted gardaí, who...

Aer Lingus pilots reject Labour Court’s 9.5pc pay rise proposal

Labour Court has previously criticised what it said was a ‘lack of realism and common sense’ during talks The rejection of the interim proposal in...

Revenues at EirGrid hit the €1bn mark as demand for electricity reached all-time high

Network operator recorded €71.2m pre-tax profit for last year with firm looking to renewables future It said its higher costs reflected the increasing scale and...

Liquidator of Irish company fails to reverse £56m payment to Cyprus firm

Unit of investment giant Starwood opposed efforts by Martin Ferris The liquidator of an Irish company who has been seeking the return of £56m...

Bank of Ireland seeks to have US lawsuit against it dismissed

Bank has been sued by insurance giant Everlake in a dispute related to a $67m loan US insurance firm Everlake Life Insurance – which is...

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