Evening Top 5: Water charges go back to the Dáil, mental health outrage, and Luas drivers face pay cut

The top stories this Tuesday on Newstalk.com

Dáil set to debate water charges tomorrow, as government talks continue

The Dáil looks set to debate water charges tomorrow, but a vote on scrapping or suspending them is unlikely.

Fianna Fáil says it can no longer support Fine Gael in blocking the issue from being debated in the chamber by TDs.

It comes as the two parties continued talks Tuesday night in an effort to facilitate a minority government.

#IAmAReason takes over Twitter amid mental health outrage

Scores of people are taking to social media to vent their anger at cuts to mental health services.

Twitter users have also expressed their frustration that very few members of the Dáil turned up for a debate on mental health in the chamber.

It appears that less than 10 deputies were present for the discussion.

Luas warns drivers their pay will be cut by 10% if disruption continues

Luas operator Transdev says it will cut drivers' pay by 10% from this Friday if their work to rule continues.

"If the work to rule continues beyond 4am on Friday 29th April 2016 and drivers do not commit to carry out the full range of duties required under their contracts of employment from that time, Transdev will reduce the driver grade's pay for the duration of the work to rule by an initial percentage of not less than 10% of the basic salary of those employees", it says

The company says the reduction reflects additional operational and payroll costs being incurred by them as a result of the disruption.

Jason McAteer delivers advice for Irish players worried about pre-Euro 2016 injuries

Jason McAteer says the Irish players who are getting ready for Euro 2016 shouldn't concern themselves with trying to avoid injury in these final weeks before the tournament.

Jason was chatting to Newstalk's Team 33 at today's #PowerofGreen at Aviva Stadium and as part of that interview recalled the effect of the knock he received in the build up to World Cup 1994 in a friendly against Cameroon.

Global banking network in cyber fraud danger

Swift, the network which thousands of banks around the world use to transfer millions in funds daily, has issued a significant malware warning.

According to Reuters, the cooperative of 3,000 financial institutions revealed that it had become aware of "a number of recent cyber attacks" on Monday.

Its client software is being targeted.