Paramedics who are members of the Psychiatric Nurses' Association will protest at Leinster House later demanding the HSE recognise their union.
They plan to strike for 24 hours starting at 7.00am on July 19th in the eighth day of industrial action in their campaign.
The PNA says the right to decide what union to join belongs to the worker -- not an employer.
The Tánaiste Simon Coveney has condemned an air strike on a migrant detention centre in Libya that killed at least 40 people.
The Tajoura centre, located east of the capital Tripoli, was hit at around midnight on Tuesday.
Mr Coveney also joined calls from the EU and the UN for an investigation into the attack.
Boeing has set up a US$100m fund to help families and communities affected by two deadly crashes involving its 737 MAX aircraft.
A total of 346 people were killed in the tragedies in Indonesia and Ethiopia - including Irish engineer Micheál Ryan.
It prompted the company's entire 737 MAX fleet to be grounded.
Bank of Ireland says it has dealt with more than 400 cases involving vulnerable customers in the past month.
It says a dedicated unit is being set up to train staff across the country to deal with an increasing demand.
The bank says it will mean a greater level of supports for people with age-related or cognitive impairment, who face financial abuse, or suffer with illness or addiction.
The FAI says it has finished up the probe into the cyber attack on its computers in June - and no data was stolen.
Forensic investigators found on a payroll server, the association said in a statement last night.
But they have given a clean bill of health to the rest of the organisation's systems: those handling including ticketing and player data.