Truss issues

The INTO is to recommend acceptance of the public sector pay proposals agreed last week, following in the footsteps of Fórsa and Siptu.


The Galway Daily reports on the upcoming industrial action by community health workers which is due to take place later this month.


The Times reports on new energy plans which could see the temperatures in offices and buildings lowered this winter, while workers may be asked not to spread out across different floors.


Elsewhere a new draft of proposals being considered by the European Union includes “skimming the revenues” of energy companies to tackle surging bills that threaten to cripple households and businesses across the bloc.


The latest figures from the SEAI show emissions going in the wrong direction when energy-related emissions should be cut by 4.8 per cent a year under the Government’s first carbon budget targets. Read more on that here


The Irish Council for Civil Liberties has called for a boost to legal aid fees to ensure ‘fair and fast’ trials. 


And finally, more than 50,000 housing units could be completed here in the two years to the end of 2023 if house building continues at levels seen recently, according to Banking and Payments Federation Ireland.




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