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# Complaints

This year
ComReg stands by claims about Eir's complaints as TDs call for company to appear before them
Judge brands 'disgraceful' practices at Eir over handling of customer complaints
A shard of glass in a loaf of bread (and other lunchtime horrors): 2023's food safety complaints
Last year
'Inaccurate' forecasts and 'disappointing' weather warnings: Complaints to Met Éireann in 2023
'Stop annoying the long suffering Irish people': Viewers complain about RTÉ Player
Public tell TDs 'enough is enough' as they say they won't renew TV licences amid RTÉ controversy
Parents of children with learning disabilities slam Varadkar over 'slow learners' remark
Aviation watchdog obtains €348,000 in refunds for passengers in 2022
Driving instructor who said 'who's your daddy' 15 times to student among complaints to RSA
Complaints about the media on the increase relating to recent protests
Live maggots in chicken and a false nail in chips: Complaints handled by FSAI increase by 19%
Dossier of concerns about treatment of service users of Mayo charity sent to health watchdog
All time
'Why do I pay my TV licence?': Viewers complain about 'awful' RTÉ Player
'Terrible forecasting' and overly cautious warnings: Complaints sent to Met Éireann in 2022
The Sun apologises for Jeremy Clarkson column’s about Meghan Markle
Ads for Ryanair, Woodies DIY and Randox Covid-19 testing among those breaching advert code
Broadcasting Authority dismisses magazine owner's complaints against Liveline
Irish Water criticised for failure to record complaints over poor drinking water quality
'Spare me the apologies': Delays and missing birth certs among complaints about Passport Office
Over 110 complaints made to ambulance service last year, with almost half in Munster
Nearly fivefold increase in the number of complaints to the Passport Office this year
Majority of complaints about Covid-19 news articles linked to anonymous Facebook group
1,599 complaints made against lawyers last year, according to legal services watchdog
La Liga ramps up attack on PSG with Mbappe contract challenge
Garda Commissioner admits officers failed to properly investigate child sex abuse case
'Butchered and mutilated': How the government was alerted to out-of-season hedge-cutting last year
Nursing home complaints: 'Window visits not being permitted' and other Covid concerns
'Inaccurate' app and 'obvious bias' for Dublin: Complaints sent to Met Éireann in 2021
'In the name of all that is divine': Viewers complain to RTÉ about 'frustrating' Player service
Complaints from people staying in Dublin homeless hostels jump from 34 in 2020 to 122 in 2021
Portobello Plaza will no longer be closed off at weekends
Loophole means 'voluntary' mental health patients have diminished right to appeal detention
Ombudsman ordered bank to reimburse money to child's account after father withdrew €66,000
RTÉ received 27 formal complaints after contributor to US inauguration coverage called Joe Biden a 'criminal'
Nursing home complaints during Covid: Concerns over isolation and lack of social distancing
RTÉ says it's striving to improve Player amid complaints about 'frustrating' and 'ridiculous' service
'Ridiculous' forecasting and 'offensive' lack of Northern Irish coverage: The complaints sent to Met Éireann in 2020
Children with disabilities waiting years for assessment a violation of their rights, committee to be told
Eir CEO says it was a 'mistake' to locate customer care centre in Sligo
Over 600 complaints made against barristers and solicitors in six-month period