Central Remedial Clinic Chief Executive Brian Conlon has resigned following the controversy over top-up payments at the organisation.
The Secretary of the ESB Group of Unions has said strike notice documents issued to the ESB will be withdrawn today, and added that there is no danger of industrial action taking place.
The Health Service Executive has said it will continue to pay the medical expenses of those suffering from a sleep disorder claimed to be linked to the human swine flu vaccine.
The Ukrainian opposition leader has said he is ready to hold compromise talks with President Viktor Yanukovich.
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