Bus Éireann Workers back Labour Court recommendations aimed at ending a long running dispute at the company
It's after the row over pay and conditions brought the service to a halt for 21 days earlier this year
The company has warned on several occasions its facing imminent insolvency if it can't find a way to cut costs.
SIPTU and UNITE trade unions have voted in favour of Labour Court ruling however the results of the NBRU ballot won't be released until next week.
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