Four Garda sergeants facing disciplinary action after they walked out of their annual conference in a protest action are attending a meeting with management at the Garda College in Co Tipperary.
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors has said it will stand by its members after the Garda Commissioner threatened disciplinary action against four gardaí who staged a walkout at the AGSI conference last night.
The National Ambulance Service Representative Association (NASRA) has said it cannot guarantee that patients will not be affected by their work-to-rule action in protest at the extension to the Croke Park Agreement.
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is examining whether it can challenge the Croke Park pay cut proposals on grounds that they discriminate unfairly against women.
Gardaí have refused to volunteer for overtime at a football match in Croke Park in Dublin this evening.
The country's largest teachers union has decided not to advise its members which way to vote on the revised Croke Park Agreement.
The Civil Public and Services Union, which represents lower-ranked public servants has threatened industrial action if measures in the €1bn state pay deal are enforced.
The government has this evening published the LRC proposal for the revised Croke Park Agreement.
The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin has confirmed that compulsory redundancies are not part of the proposed deal on an extension to the Croke Park agreement.
Trade unions and the Government will today begin considering the new Croke Park agreement, when they receive the finalised copy of the draft deal from the LRC.
The Transport Minister Leo Varadkar has defended government pay levels, saying politicians have taken significant pay cuts.
The SIPTU general president has threatened "war" if no suitable agreement is reached to the Croke Park talks.
Talks on an extension to the Croke Park agreement will resume 10.30am this morning.
Talks on the extension of the Croke Park agreement get underway today and are expected to continue into the weekend.
The executive council of the Garda Representative Association begins a two-day meeting this morning to discuss proposed cuts to its members' pay.
The HSE will save up to 100 million euros if plans to increase the working week are introduced.
The Garda Representatives Association is expected to strongly reject cost-cutting measures proposed by the Government at a meeting later today.
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) says it will not be reversing its decision to pull out of ongoing National Pay Talks.
The Justice Minister Alan Shatter has said he is very disappointed that middle-ranking gardaí have walked away from talks on an extension to the Croke Park Agreement.
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) has today decided to pull out of the latest round of public-sector pay talks.
The country's largest trade union has said there will be no new deal on public sector pay and working hours if the Government insists on compulsory redundancies.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said that he is confident that a deal will be done with trade unions on a successor to the Croke Park deal.
Public sector union leaders have said they are pessimistic about the prospect of a reaching a new agreement with the Government aimed at making a further €1bn in savings.
The Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn has said the Government does not want to cut the pay of civil and public servants, but that it needs to find more savings in the public sector.
Talks begin today on an extension to the Croke Park deal, covering pay and pensions in the public service.
Talks in relation to public sector cuts under are to get underway next Monday.
Public service unions have agreed to enter talks with management to discuss the Government's plan to raise a further €1bn from the Croke Park Agreement.
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin has today called on the eight Fine Gael TDs who criticised the performance of the Croke Park deal in an Irish Examiner article yesterday to withdraw their comments.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny will chair a meeting of the Croke Park Implementation Body this afternoon in a bid to secure more savings ahead of the Budget.
A senior Cabinet Minister said today that the issue of public service allowances will be re-examined, but only as part of the Croke Park deal.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has today ruled out any re-negotiation of the Croke Park Agreement, saying that the Government is "honour bound".
The Chairman of the Fine Gael party has today called for elements of the Croke Park Agreement to be renegotiated.
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore said today that the Government will honour the terms of the Croke Park Agreement.
Another member of the Fine Gael party has called on his Government to re-examine the Croke Park Agreement.
Government Chief Whip Paul Kehoe has said that there is there is no question of the Croke Park agreement being reviewed before it expires at the end of next year.
Trade unions are hitting out at government ministers for suggesting further reductions in public sector pay.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore have today flatly ruled out compulsory redundancies in the public service.
The General Secretary of the Public Services Executive Union has today defended a decision to sanction pay increments to more than 3,000 public-sector workers who earn an annual salary of more than €70,000.
Minister for Public Sector Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin is today warning that a lot more will need to be done to reach the Croke Park Agreement targets.
Second and third level teachers have warned that any allowance cuts will be a breach of the Croke Park Agreement.