The ballot is to take place within the next two weeks

SIPTU now say no decision taken on strike ballot

20 May SIPTU's divisional organiser Owen Reidy has said no decision has been taken on whether a ballot will be held for an all-out Luas strike, although it was discussed at a meeting of drivers today.

The report noted that there was strong support for the civic plaza in College Green

Bachelor's Walk car ban plan reversed

20 May A reversal of plans to ban cars from Dublin's Bachelor's Walk is among a number of changes announced to the Dublin City Centre Transport Study following public consultation.

Drivers have been urged to call off tomorrow's strike

SIPTU rejects Transdev claims

19 May SIPTU says it absolutely rejects the claim by Luas operator Transdev that the company's actions to date have been lawful.

Luas drivers have further strike action planned for this month and June

Luas strike 'particularly disappointing'

17 May Minister for Transport Shane Ross has said it is "particularly disappointing" that the travelling public will have to "enjoy yet more disruption" due the Luas strike.

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary reiterated his support for the 'remain' campaign ahead of Britain's EU referendum

Ryanair opens training centre in London

16 May Ryanair has opened a new training centre in London's Stansted Airport, which it says will support plans to create 1,000 jobs across the company this year.

Luas drivers have more strike days planned

Thousands affected by Luas strike

13 May Drivers at the Luas light rail system in Dublin have staged another one-day strike, the eleventh since the dispute over pay began earlier this year.

Transdev MD Gerry Madden said all parties in the dispute must be realistic about what can be achieved in the short-term

Transdev prepared to recommence talks with drivers

12 May Luas operator Transdev has said it is prepared to recommence talks at any point with Luas drivers in a bid to resolve the long running dispute, whenever the drivers and their representatives indicate that there is a solid basis for doing so.

Malin Head in Co Donegal is among the places affected

Flight restrictions in place for Star Wars filming

12 May What are effectively no-fly zones over film sets are being implemented by the Irish Aviation Authority over some of the country's most scenic headlands to facilitate the shooting of scenes for Star Wars Episode VIII.

Six stoppages are already planned this month, with six more to follow in June

Latest Luas strikes to hit Leaving Cert students

11 May Luas drivers have served notice of six further days of strike action for the month of June, which will cause more disruption to thousands of customers, including students travelling to State exams.

A drone on display at the Defence and Security Exhibition in London last year

Task force to assess drone threat to planes

05 May European aviation safety authorities have set up a task force to urgently assess the dangers of collisions between drones and aircraft after an increase in incidents involving passenger planes.

Four more strikes are planned for 13 May, 20 May, 26 May and 27 May

NTA not yet considering action against Transdev

04 May The National Transport Authority has said that it is not yet considering any action against Transdev beyond imposing fines for the days when the Luas service is not delivered due to strike action.