The INMO has said that the nurses planned strike action has been avoided at the last minute, after gold cards for Copper Face Jacks were secured for all members.
In marathon talks that lasted long after Coppers stopped serving last night, the agreement was made between all parties, including the nurses union, government officials and management at Coppers.
The deal will see free entry for all nurses and special arrangements made for student nurses too. Discounted drink prices, VIP cloakrooms and a private match making service to help them find a Gard or teacher, have all been agreed.
The new deal means less waiting time outside in the cold, better financial options for student nurses under pressure and a quicker exit time at the end of the night.
This will help reduce the exhaustion levels experienced by nurses and improve the overall standard of care in the health service.
Spokesperson for the INMO Aisling Bourke said she welcomed the new measures, before leaving to get sick into a bin.
Health Minister Leo Varadkar has said these new measures are the most realistic ones the government could ever agree upon, because actually making substantial improvements to a failing healthcare system is beyond the remit of the current government.
He commented that ‘increasing the partying of a large group of people is something we can get behind because we can blame them further down the road when none of it works out.’