Evening top 5: Nurses take action; whistleblower probe; and pizza weddings

The top stories this Wednesday night...

Nurses to take nationwide action from next month

Nurses and midwives from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) are set to take nationwide action from March 7th.

The INMO executive council has rejected staffing, recruitment and retention proposals put forward by the Health Service Executive (HSE).

The council claims these are "totally inadequate." The rejection of the proposals emerged from late night talks on Tuesday.

Phone records of Noirín O'Sullivan to be examined as part of investigation

The phone records of Garda Commissioner Noirín O'Sullivan are to be examined as part of an investigation into an alleged smear campaign against garda whistleblower, Sergeant Maurice McCabe.

Phone records of former commissioner Martin Callinan and those of Superintendent David Taylor, a former garda press officer, will also be examined.

More world sites to join Global Greening for St Patrick's Day

A feudal castle in Japan is to join the line-up of world sites going green this St Patrick's Day.

Matsue Castle in Shimane prefecture is to turn green for the first time as part of the Tourism Ireland initiative.

This has been arranged in conjunction with the Irish embassy in Tokyo.

Ronnie O'Sullivan explains bizarre robotic voice interview

Ronnie O'Sullivan says he will not be participating in any more interviews or press conferences.

The seven time champion of snooker's Masters outlined his thoughts in a blog post on Eurosport.

The Englishman recently criticised a referee and a press photographer at the recent Masters tournament and ended up receiving a "disciplinary letter" from World Snooker.

"I dough" - Domino's Pizza launches wedding registry

Pizza could be the next wedding gift du jour, as Domino's Pizza is rolling out its own wedding registry.

"Valentine's Day is right around the corner, so we wanted to give recently-engaged couples that are passionate about pizza the chance to register for something they both truly love as much as their partner," Domino's spokesperson Jenny Fouracre said.

"Choosing wedding gifts can be a daunting process, especially if couples can't agree on what to register for.