There's been some developments in the Irish Rail dispute this evening.
Crunch talks between unions and Iarnrod Eireann bosses have been taking place all day today at the Labour Court.
The court says it believes it can issue a recommendation tomorrow that would help in resolving the current deadlock.
The NBRU's Dermot O'Leary says the group of unions at Irish Rail will meet tomorrow to consider the findings.
"The five trade unions will be meeting tomorrow to peruse and consider the (Labour Court) recommendation. Any decision that will have to be made will be made from that meeting."
It follows two strikes this week and last week, and another three stoppages scheduled between now and the 8th of December.
One of the dates clashes with Ireland's World Cup Qualifier against Denmark at the Aviva in Dublin next Tuesday.