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# Complaint

All time
# Your Say
Poll: Have you ever made an official complaint about a company?
Over 56,000 complaints were made to the National Consumer Agency alone. Do you kick up a fuss when you’re not happy with a service?
# gsoc
Dáil hears lack of Garda cooperation stalled murder investigation complaint
Pádraig Mac Loclainn said that GSOC had to delay investigating a complaint made by the family of Seamus Doherty due to a lack of cooperation from gardaí in Donegal.
# Investigation
ComReg closes TV3 complaint against RTÉ due to 'insufficient grounds for action'
The complaint was submitted by TV3 in 2008 and the investigation commenced in 2011, assisted by Deloitte.
# Uttar Pradesh
India: Woman alleges she is gang-raped by men who lured her into house
This is not the first time that such an incident has occurred in the Uttar Pradesh state.
# Complaint
Well that escalated quickly as Didier Deschamps files complaint over Nasri's girlfriend's Twitter rant
The complaint was lodged in Paris.
# Not happy
Gerry Adams makes formal complaint about Antrim police interrogation
Adams said there was no new evidential material to connect him to Jean McConville’s murder or to back up assertions he was a member of the IRA.
# Complaint
Alan Shatter 'disturbed by leaking of inaccurate information' in data protection case
The Sunday Independent reported today that the Data Protection Commissioner will find that the Minister broke the law.
# Complaint
Guardiola left frustrated by officiating following United-Bayern draw
The coach appeared to make a ‘dive’ gesture at Wayne Rooney last night.
# Bai
Complaint over "unfair" Liveline funeral mass discussion upheld
The complaint centred on a discussion about sympathies being given at funeral masses in Co Meath.
# roma community
Ombudsman upholds complaint about article on 'parasitic' Roma beggars
The column claimed Roma beggars “look on this country as a giant stupid cow to be milked whenever they see fit”.
# Complaint
One poor Stockport fan was sent a letter claiming he 'stinks'
The identity of both the writer and the recipient of the note is currently unclear.
# Debate
BAI upholds complaint about abortion coverage on RTÉ's Morning Edition
The upheld complaint alleged that the presenter did not adequately challenge remarks put forward by a contributor.
# BAI says no
BAI reject complaint by Direct Democracy Ireland alleging unfair treatment
DDI had complained that LMFM had created the impression that Ben Gilroy had expressed anti-English sentiments at an abandoned distressed property auction.
# Advertising
Complaint over 'Limerick crime scene' Irish Examiner ad not upheld
The ASAI found that the ad did not cause grave or widespread offence.
# Neil Prendeville
BAI: Presenter's 'medical cards for Africans' monologue "lacking in impartiality or objectivity"
Cork 96fm presenter Neil Prendeville made comments about medical cards being provided to Africans and “social welfare to former Russians” in the course of a long pre-prepared monologue on the state of the nation.
# Online abuse
Twitter introduces new 'report tweet' button
The move comes after a number of high-profile women said they had received abusive messages on the social networking site.
# Complaint
Bus Éireann investigate after woman is trapped in luggage hold
The woman was travelling from Clare to Galway, where she was undergoing treatment for cancer.
# Denis Landy
Labour says Senator Denis Landy's 'bribe' claim 'is a matter for himself'
The Labour Party has indicated it does not intend to pursue a claim from Senator Denis Landy that he was offered a trip abroad in order to miss a crucial Seanad vote last month.
# Denis Landy
Complaint made over Labour senator Denis Landy's 'bribe' claim
A member of the public has complained to the Houses of the Oireachtas Commission over an allegation by Denis Landy that he was approached with an offer of a holiday in exchange for missing a crucial Seanad vote.
# Broadcasting
Complaint over Drivetime "rant of hate" about Pope resolved
A listener had objected to a feature about the former Pope, Pope Benedict, on the week he resigned.
# Broadcasting
Complaint about 'unfair' Liveline interview with priest upheld by watchdog
The priest went on air to defend an article he had written about Enda Kenny in Alive! newspaper.
# Seanad Abolition
Doherty to complain over Norris after 'sexist and deeply inappropriate language'
Regina Doherty will be complaining to the leader of the Seanad over remarks by David Norris earlier today.
# Unplugged
Ryan Tubridy 'butt plugs' complaint resolved by broadcasting watchdog
The BAI received a complaint over an item on Tubridy’s 2FM show discussing the use of sex toys.
# Unhappy
Listen: Man calls police to say his sex worker isn't good looking enough
Police in Britain have released audio of the bizarre 999 call to highlight the abuse of the emergency number.
# Ming v Shatter
Ming: Shatter released info about me, but I'm not saying what that info is
Independent TD Luke Ming Flanagan would not discuss the substance of a complaint he has made to the Data Protection Commissioner about the Justice Minister Alan Shatter.
# Your Say
Poll: Have you ever lodged a complaint about a hospital?
Almost 227,000 patients in 2011 were unaware that they could lodge a complaint about their hospital stay.
# ooh matron
"What a bunch of cox sackers" - the BBC gets into trouble over innuendo
# Leak
'Unexpected number' of gardaí accessed information on Clare Daly arrest
Justice Minister Alan Shatter said today that he has had concerns for some time about sensitive and confidential information finding its way into the public domain.
# Complaint
Martinez angry over 'ruthless' treatment of James McCarthy
The Wigan manager suggested Norwich “targeted” the Irish international in Saturday’s game between the two sides.
# Complaint
Stoke cry foul over treatment by referees
Tony Pulis has also called for more high-profile football managers to lead the fight against diving.
# Complaint
Bishops claim Mario Rosenstock sketch is "grossly offensive"
The Catholic Communications Office said that a recent sketch “is grossly offensive to all Catholics” as it shows a man spitting into a bucket before receiving Holy Communion.
# Closure
Judge dismisses US referee murder case in California
Lois Goodman, 70, was arrested in New York in August, on suspicion of killing her husband.
# Complaint
Bayern job is almost as hard as Merkel's: Heynckes
The coach added that “in a top club, you can’t really enjoy the football anymore”.
# Complaint
Chelsea lodge Clattenburg complaint
Controversial referee accused of using “inappropriate language.”
# Complaint
Celtic unworthy of Champions League, Schuster says
The ex-Barca star claims the Scottish side “do not merit their place if they are going to play in this style”.
# Complaint
Lawrie takes aim at unsportsmalike US fans
The golfer expressed his annoyance at some of the comments made by those in attendance at the Ryder Cup.
# Complaint
Gerrard, Rodgers want fair deal for Suarez
The duo claim the Uruguayan international’s reputation precedes him when it comes to referees’ decisions.
# Complaint
Man calls police to complain about rising prostitution prices
Michigan police are investigating what they say are vastly different accounts of the incident.
# Complaint
Ivo Karlovic claims he was cheated, calls Andy Murray 'English'
The Croat described the perceived bias towards his opponent as “a little bit outrageous”.