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# Complaint

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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.
Gerrard, Rodgers want fair deal for Suarez
The duo claim the Uruguayan international’s reputation precedes him when it comes to referees’ decisions.
Man calls police to complain about rising prostitution prices
Michigan police are investigating what they say are vastly different accounts of the incident.
Ivo Karlovic claims he was cheated, calls Andy Murray 'English'
The Croat described the perceived bias towards his opponent as “a little bit outrageous”.
Nadal exits Madrid Open, threatens to boycott future tournaments
The Spaniard claims the competition’s weak surface “destabilises the game”.
Crying foul: Guardiola says referees cost Barca
The manager was not overjoyed at the decisions to award his side two penalties last night.
"Not a dumping ground": Pregnant girl turned away from school
The girl was turned away from the Catholic school in Munster on two occasions – once when she was pregnant and again after she had given birth.
Pat Kenny show rapped by BAI over Bertie Ahern discussion
The Authority said a panel discussion of a book on the former Taoiseach’s finances had been “unfair”.
McIlroy criticises Blue Monster course, praises Donald Trump
The new world number one claims the course at the WGC-Cadillac Championship is “outdated”.
Garda Ombudsman investigating Ian Bailey complaint - Shatter
The Justice Minister has said that it is “clearly desirable” that the matters related to Ian Bailey be investigated.
Fianna Fáil confirms complaint to RTÉ over Labour and Sinn Féin 'bias'
The party has compiled an internal document which it says shows that the State broadcaster is biased towards Labour and Sinn Féin.
BAI backs Miriam O'Callaghan in presidential debate row
Martin McGuinness had accused the presenter of treating him unfairly during the Prime Time candidates’ debate.
Siptu lodges complaint over Stobart ballot
The trade union has accused the drivers services group of coercing employees to participate in a “hastily arranged ballot”.
Update: 21-year-old arrested in connection with Collymore tweet
The ex-Premier League player was sent an allegedly racist tweet by someone believed to be residing in the Tyneside area.
Column: Why I reported Darren Scully for inciting hatred – and why I’m not backing down
Since reporting Darren Scully for his controversial comments last month, Labour TD Aodhán Ó Ríordáin has received a torrent of abuse but he’s not backing down…
RTÉ to make on-air clarification over Corrib Garda 'rape tape' coverage
The clarification comes after the BAI upheld a complaint by Jerrie Anne Sullivan that RTÉ coverage of the case on July of this year caused her “undue distress and harm”.
Salman Rushdie vs Facebook
The author found himself up against Facebook when the social networking giant tried to make him use his birth name, Ahmed, on the site.
Drumm's $4m Cape Cod mansion sold to pay off creditors
The sale of David Drumm’s waterfront mansion for €2.82m will some of the way towards repaying around €10.2m in debts.
More complaints over Facebook and its 'like' button
The Data Protection Commission has received another six complaints about the social networking site – including one about its ‘like’ button.
Anglo tries to stop former chief from declaring bankruptcy in the US
Meanwhile, the Minister for Finance says the government cannot raise questions about the legitimacy of Drumm’s residency in the US – as this could interfere with the work of the DPP.