“We are confident that a united community can defeat yet another attempt by bureaucrats to undermine our hospital and National Health Service.”
The strike started on Tuesday, April 26 and will last until Sunday, May 1 and again from Tuesday, May 3 until Sunday, May 8.
“As a working class councillor I’m here to stand in solidarity with the council workers and the front line workers.”
“It really does feel that we are always the very last to be thought about and totally forgotten in the chain of care and nursing.”
48 hour stoppage aimed at securing pay rise
‘A child of five could be expected to walk further than two miles to school in the morning and two home’
The people of Fermanagh are being urged to take to the streets this weekend to “show their faith” in the NHS
New threshold set at minimum £8.45 per hour
CONCERNS have been raised at a day of disruption due to a public transport strike which could affect students in the midst of exams.
The Quinn group has confirmed that, for the first time in Northern Ireland, a union representing employees has been given recognition.