A 24-hour stoppage at the Irish Archaeological Consultancy’s site at Drumnigh, in Portmarnock which largely comprises early medieval remains, with a figure-of-eight enclosure and a souterrain.
It follows two 24-hour stoppages at sites in Macroom, County Cork and Dublin’s Aungier Street in July by Trade union Unite, which represents commercial archaeologists in Ireland, on foot of the company’s refusal to engage with them on a pay claim.
Yes. An historic pay claim.
They’ve heard them all.
Previously: Get Medievel