Every morning, TheJournal.ie brings you the nine stories you need to know a little before 9am.1.#MEETING: The newly-elected Labour leader, Joan Burton, will meet with the Taoiseach Enda Kenny today. The pair will discuss policy priorities and the Cabinet reshuffle.2.#BUDGET 2015: Employers’ group Ibec says that the government need only cut 10% of the proposed €2 billion in this year’s Budget.3.#OUT IN FORCE: The numbers of gardaí have fallen consistently over the last number of years, as this chart shows.4.#COURT: A man and a woman will appear in court this morning, charged with the assault of a man in Ranelagh in Dublin early on Saturday morning.5.#CHILDREN: More than 3,000 children were waiting to be referred to mental health professionals at the end of March, the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service has revealed.6.#GREYHOUND: Staff at Greyhound Recycling who claim that they have been ‘locked out’ will march to Dublin’s City Hall today. The SIPTU members are calling on the public to support the march.7.#BRIGHT HORIZON: A shelved proposal for a €100 million shopping centre in Limerick has been revived. The former Parkway Shopping Centre will create 2,000 jobs, investors say.8.#ISRAEL: Israel has killed nine people in drone strikes on Gaza, medics say. The strikes came after militants fired dozens of rockets into Israel.9.#GARTH: A number of today’s newspapers report an array of compromises and deals that may be struck that will see Garth Brooks either play four nights at the Aviva stadium, play the two cancelled shows next year or take a break between gigs.