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Sunday 2 April 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Delayed

All time
# Passport to Paris
Over 9,000 people are waiting on delayed passports - because of Euro 2016*
*As well as increased demand and renewals.
# EasyJet
Flight to London delayed after woman claims man had "messages related to Isis" on his phone
Both are being questioned.
# Delayed
Surgery on a back injury to push CM Punk's UFC debut back even further
The former WWE star is due to fight Mickey Gall.
# Farcical
Ibrahim Halawa's trial has been delayed yet again
After more than two year’s imprisonment without trial Tallaght teenager Halawa was supposed to learn his fate today.
# fault on the line
Heading to or from Heuston Station? There are delays of up to 2 hours
Due an electricity fault customers are told to expect delays.
# slap on the wrist
Aer Lingus promises to treat you better when your flight is delayed
The UK’s aviation regulator had alleged the treatment of passengers by Aer Lingus, Jet2 and Wizz Air was in breach of consumer law.
# Away trip
Bayern Munich forced to make pitstop as team bus breaks down on the way to game
The Bundesliga champions had their journey to Werder Bremen momentarily delayed.
# Delayed
Teachers unhappy some increment payments not in Christmas salaries
The delay is being blamed on a glitch in the department’s payroll system.
# held up
Flight delay of 50 hours 'beyond the control' of Ryanair
The airline has responded to an incident that occurred over the weekend to flights from Lanzarote to the UK.
# Delayed
A solution to rail strikes is "unlikely" this weekend
Start walking, so.
# strrrrrrrrrrike
These Ryanair customers were unhappy with the airline's response to flight chaos
Do you know your rights as an airline customer?
# Delayed
The banking inquiry's first meeting will be delayed - because of an objection to who is on it
The government is attempting to take steps to take back the balance of power.
# tech difficulties
AIB payment problems results in some customers awaiting disability money
A spokesperson for the bank said the technical issue has been resolved and all payments should hit accounts.
# Up In The Air
The government may have agreed on a banking inquiry, but there's still no deal on water charges
Cabinet failed to reach agreement on how much people will have to pay for water at this morning’s Cabinet meeting.
# Get Me Home for Xmas
Flights diverted and delayed at Dublin Airport because of gusty winds
Travellers are hoping the winds will die down so they get home for Christmas.
# Coastguard
Search for man that was swept into the sea suspended due to bad weather
The man fell into the sea yesterday afternoon after a wave washed him off the rocks.
# Air Travel
Disruptions at Dublin, Cork Airports after heavy overnight winds
The heavy winds made it impossible for some flights to land – meaning some aircraft are not present to take flights.
# Delayed
Committee to probe giant backlog in student grant applications
Around 48,000 students are still waiting for their grant applications to be processed. Ruairí Quinn has said the delay is “not satisfactory”.
# US Open
Rain returns to curse US Open
Defending champion Sam Stosur was one of the few players to book her place in round two before rain stopped play at Flushing Meadows.
# Waiting Game
Blame it on the weather, man: Ireland v Afghanistan abandoned
The second ODI between the sides is scheduled to begin tomorrow at 10.45am.
# Delayed
Weather affects play at Solheim Cup
Heavy rain has forced officials to halt play as Europe lead the US by a point in Co. Meath.