The work stoppages at Irish Rail have been called off after marathon talks at the Labour Relations Commission. Management and unions last night agreed to a revised set of proposals which will address “all key issues” at the company. The company will hold off on pay cuts for three weeks to allow a ballot of workers – while the strikes due to take place next Sunday, Monday and the 21st of September won’t go ahead. This is welcome news for Kerry fans planning on travelling to Dublin for the All Ireland Football Final in Croke Park on the 21st of September. The Irish Times Industry Correspondent Martin Wall says if Irish Rail staff accept the deal – they’ll be given key guarantees about their future pay:[audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/27760/medium/”]
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Former Kerry footballer Sean O’Sullivan on the retirement of Kerry intercounty footballer Donnchadh Walsh.http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/2109_donnchadh.mp3