Hospitals in the state of Victoria in Australia are returning to normal after a bitter dispute between nurses and the state government.
Hospitals reported on Monday that almost all the 800 beds closed by nurses were open again.
The work bans were dropped following a third ruling from Fair Work Australia on Friday.
The ABC reports both parties are now returning to closed conciliation talks to try to negotiate a pay deal and guarantees on nurse-to-patient ratios.
The nurses want a pay rise of 18.5% over three years and guaranteed staffing levels or nurse-patient ratios.
The Government has offered a 2.5% pay rise per year plus productivity gains.