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Wednesday 27 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Disruption

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Dublin homes to lose water for a day
The disruption will last from 6am to midnight on 30 June.
Greece's public services come to a halt as unions strike
Schools, hospitals, public transport and flights disrupted as two of Greece’s largest unions stage 24-hour protest.
Eleven arrested for blocking roads in Northern Ireland protests
The eleven have all been arrested on charges of obstructing roads as part of an ongoing protest over the flying of the Union flag.
One injured in accident involving three cars on M1
The incident occurred this morning at Junction 4, Donabate and is being dealt with by gardaí.
Bus Éireann, unions to appear before Labour Relations Commission tomorrow
Attempts will be made to avoid possible strike action in the coming days which would disrupt commuters across the country.
Brittany Ferries services between Cork and Roscoff cancelled due to strike
The company has apologised for the disruption and alternative travel arrangements have been made for customers.
Body recovered from Liffey
A body was recovered from the water off Victoria Quay in Dublin this evening.
Frustration as rain strikes again at US Open
A men’s fourth-round match between David Ferrer and Richard Gasquet has been halted.
Four people hospitalised after collision at M50 at Red Cow
The collision north of the Red Cow roundabout or junction nine disrupted traffic this morning but the incident has now been cleared.
Luas red line services resume after collision
Collision occurred by the Jervis Street stop in the city centre.
Dublin Airport back to normal after diverted flight caused disruption
A flight from London to Boston had to make an emergency landing at Dublin Airport after a technical problem.
2,600 Dublin homes hit by 90-minute power outage
The ESB says a cable fault in the Loughlinstown area meant just over 2,600 homes were without power this evening.
Luas Green Line disrupted due to technical fault
Traffic and Luas disruptions after fire closes Dublin’s Harcourt Street
Motorists are advised to avoid the area after a fire broke out in a building towards the top end of the the Dublin street.
Dart service disrupted over bank holiday weekend
Engineering works mean disruptions for north Dublin service from Saturday to Monday.
Flight disruption amid Spain's anti-austerity protests
Two of the country’s biggest unions have called a general strike for tomorrow over government spending cuts and labour reforms.
Red line Luas back to normal after fire disruption
The line had been partly closed for seven days following an extensive fire in Dublin’s city centre.
Luas red line remains disrupted after fire
No trams are running between Blackhorse and the city centre after a serious fire yesterday.
Fire causes part closure of Camden Street in Dublin
Firefighters are tackling a blaze on the busy Dublin street. Diversions are in place.
Train fire disrupts rail service between Galway and Dublin
Fire services were called to the scene after the train stopped at Costello’s Bridge for passenger and crew evacuation.
Player strike brings La Liga season to a halt
Disagreement over salaries means Spanish players’ may have to cut short the traditional mid-season winter break.
London riots could force Premier League postponements
Tottenham, QPR and Fulham all have home games scheduled to take place this weekend.
Rogue protester disrupts trains by chaining himself to bridge
Man chains himself to Athlone bridge in one-man protest over cuts at Roscommon Hospital.
Ash cloud forces Barca to alter Wembley travel plans
Spanish champions will now leave for London at 10pm this evening.