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11:44

Local

Ryanair strike goes ahead without unexpected cancellations from Malaga

SUR

...contracted though agencies, which they claim denies workers basic labour rights in their home countries. Government criticised On Thursday, the trade union Sitcpla said it was pleased with the high level of participation in the strike across the countries

20:31

Local

Ryanair strikes to go ahead after unsuccessful mediation talks

Pilar Martínez

Strikes set to affect Ryanair passengers across four countries look set to go ahead after the airline rejected the demands of cabin crew during mediation talks on Tuesday. The cabin crew, represented in Spain by the USO and Sitcpla unions, are ... pessimistic even ahead of the meeting, but have not ruled out further negotiation right up until Saturday, the deadline for officially presenting warning of a strike which is set to affect Italy on 25 July and Spain, Portugal and Belgium on 25 and 26 July. ... Irish pilots' strike This is not the only industrial action planned by Ryanair staff. On Thursday, some 94 pilots based in Ireland went on strike, seeing 30 flights between Ireland and the UK cancelled and scores of others disrupted. The Irish

23:42

Sport

Malaga strike back in the nick of time to break away hoodoo

Daryl Finch

...source. When full-back Cifu found himself on the end of Javi Ontiveros' cushioned header in the penalty area, without unerring confidence he brought the ball into his stride before letting off a fierce strike across the keeper into the side netting. The

18:14

Local

Fuengirola rubbish dispute no nearer to a settlement

SUR

Fuengirola's refuse strike ended last Sunday as planned without any sign of the ongoing dispute being settled. Workers of operators Urbaser are asking for better conditions and pay, saying the company has gone back on its word. Up to 65 per cent

14:30

Local

Strikes in France hold up fresh produce from Costa going north

AUGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Growers of tropical fruits in Malaga province have seen their businesses affected last week by strikes in France. The protests are over an increase on tax on fuel, and roads have been blocked, delaying fresh produce on the time-critical journey

14:32

Local

More family doctors' strikes for later in November are announced

JUAN SOTO

...strategy, halting the current part-time strike action and stopping work all day instead on 16, 23 and 27 November. The doctors also voted to hold larger-scale demonstrations soon to increase the visibility of their protest. Up to now, not all doctors

12:02

National

Strikes threaten airlines' profits amid surge in fuel prices

J. A. BRAVO

...seems only the US and Far Eastern markets have escaped the strike threats. In Europe, Vueling has been at the centre of the first major industrial action by an airline this year in Spain, with two days of partial strikes by pilots at the end of April ... dispute is Air France. The company has seen 13 days of stoppages since February with an average of 25 per cent of its flights being cancelled and 300 million euros in lost revenue. There are two more strike days planned and the airline's chief executive

10:49

Local

"Abusive" minimum service requirements reduce effects of first strike days

Ángel Escalera

The regional Health authority claimed this week that just 13% of primary healthcare workers (GPs and paediatricians) went on strike on Monday and Tuesday this week, the first two days of ongoing action called to express the professionals' ... Ya protest group, however, said that in reality 63 per cent of doctors had supported the strike and accused the authority of "twisting the figures". The union and protest group also complained that prior to the strike days, the authority had ... established compulsory minimum services that were "abusive", as high as 50, 60 or 70 per cent in some health centres. This, they argued, prevented many doctors from joining the strike and reduced the impact of the action. "There were more doctors on duty in