Nurses and midwives with the INMO have voted to accept proposals to end their industrial dispute.
62% of INMO members voted in favour of the proposals.
It follows three days of strike action in January and February as a result of a dispute over staff shortages and pay.
Aerospace company Bombardier has announced they are looking to sell its Belfast operations.
The Canadian firm employs more than 3,000 people in Northern Ireland.
Announcing its first quarter financial results, Bombardier said it is looking to "consolidate its aerospace assets into a single, streamlined, and fully integrated" business unit.
A new poll suggests support for Irish neutrality may not be as strong as previously thought - with nearly 60% of people believing Ireland should increase its involvement in EU security and defence.
The finding is included in a new poll on Irish/EU relations released this morning.
Asked whether Ireland should be “part of increased EU defence and security cooperation,” some 57% of people agreed, 34% disagreed and 8% said they did not know.
The United Nations has interviewed a Syrian family, who resettled in Ireland, as part of a new campaign.
In a tweet to over 11 million followers, the organisation talked to the Fakir family from Dunshaughlin, Co Meath.
The family came to Ireland from Syria last year.
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) has released a statement over the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Israel.
ICTU has said it has had "a long held policy to work at national and international level to pressure Israel to comply with international law."
"The continuing occupation and effective annexation of increasing parts of Palestinian territories by Israel - in contravention of international law - undermines the viability of a future Palestinian State and has made everyday life unimaginably difficult for the Palestinian population."