Those of you who read the Sunday Independent's highly inaccurate report about overtime at the IAA (which featured in yesterday's Digest) may be interested to know that
Fórsa is taking the matter up with the editor. I'm told this could end up with the Press Council.
The Iarnród Éireann dispute over training and mentoring of drivers, and alleged breaches of procedures, is to be referred to the Labour Court.
A European ruling has criticised the Government for excluding soldiers, sailors, and aircrew from full engagement in national pay talks, potentially opening the way for further court action.
There was a rise of 10.4pc in rents nationwide in 2017 compared with the previous year, according to Daft.ie.
Drug prices are set to be slashed as Ireland agrees alliance.
A student called Kevin holds the fate of the Merkel coalition.
A brilliant first run saw Irish snowboarder Seamus O'Connor within touching distance of qualifying for the half-pipe final at this morning's Winter Olympics qualifying session in PyeongChang.
Don't forget to get the necessary cards, red roses etc for Valentine's Day tomorrow.
Your moment of zen today is all about pancakes.
Have a 'flipping' good day.