AUTOMOTIVE manufacturer Vauxhall is to produce a new van at its Luton plant securing 1,400 jobs and creating an estimated 450 more.
ROCK-SOLID strikes across the French railway network caused travel chaos today, with only one in four trains running in the Paris region.
TEACHERS in Oklahoma stayed on strike for a second day today, saying the government’s emergency pay package passed last week falls short of their d
WORKERS on Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) road scheme are “being charged for the privilege of being paid,” Richard Leonard said today.
ZIMBABWEAN trade unionists demanded yesterday that the government holds serious talks with striking doctors.
BUS drivers are set to strike over the creation of a “two-tier workforce,” the Unite union announced yesterday.
WORKERS who make seats for Vauxhall Motors are balloting on strike action against pay cuts.
TEACHERS in Oklahoma and Arizona are considering industrial action in disputes over pay, following their West Virginia colleagues’ victory in the f
NEW ZEALAND: Activists fixed themselves in cement outside the office of Labour MP Ruth Dyson in Christchurch yesterday in protest
ROUGHLY 30,000 teachers and school support workers in West Virginia walked out today for the eighth day of strike action in their battle for decent