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Train services in Athlone and around the country came to a standstill on Wednesday this week as Irish Rail workers commenced the first of five planned strike days.
The board of Bus Éireann agreed this week to sign off on the company’s 2016 financial statements and formally approved a budget for 2017 along with a new business plan.
Bus Éireann proposals to axe the Athlone to Westport bus service have been postponed.
SIPTU members from across the country will attend a rally in Westport, on Saturday, March 4, to show their support for workers who have been on strike at the garage since early February. The strike action results from a dispute concerning the alledged non-payment of redundancy entitlements and a refusal by management to respect a Labour Court recommendation alledge the union.
Hello to all the Athlone Advertiser readers. Well, we didn’t fare too well in the Aviva Stadium against the All Blacks last weekend. Nevertheless, it was a tough fight all round.
As I write this column on Wednesday after midnight, I am filled with sadness. My lovely sister-in-law Ann Lenihan died on Tuesday, October 25. It was completely unexpected; she just quietly passed away. Yes, she had been ailing and a little more than a year ago had a major heart operation, but she seemed to have come through it and to be making some headway.
IMPACT trade union will host an information meeting at the IMPACT office, Unit 23/24 Sean Mulvoy Business Park, Sean Mulvoy Road, today Thursday (November 26) at 5pm to provide information to school secretaries and caretakers paid from grant funding to schools. A recent arbitration finding has recommended four separate pay rises of 2.5 per cent for these workers between 2016 and 2019.