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# Not happy

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This Father Ted writer is not one bit happy with RTE
Graham Linehan has had a massive pop at the national broadcaster on Twitter…
People are outraged this hunter posted a picture with a dead giraffe
Ricky Gervais posted a picture of the hunter on his Facebook page.
Take the bus? Expect some travel headaches coming up to the May bank holiday
A protest will take place on 1 May.
Activist pulls out of Trinity talk on 'Rise of Islamism' citing unreasonable conditions
She said she was told TCD was worried the talk would be ‘antagonising’ to Muslim students.
Meghan Trainor's 'sexist' new song has really got people's backs up
It seems like everyone is hating on Dear Future Husband.
Teachers are miffed Junior Cert details were leaked to newspaper
Unions have rejected the draft document but say it may form the basis for discussions.
Protest outside Minister's home "a matter for the Gardaí"
It’s not the first time a protest has been staged at Paschal Donohoe’s home. The last one was “absolutely unacceptable” he said.
'I feel like punching myself' - McIlroy fumes as he drops well off the pace in Abu Dhabi
Martin Kaymer has opened up a six shot lead heading into the final round.
Now Sinn Féin could pull out of the Vincent Browne constituency debates
The party is in dispute with TV3 producers over the exclusion of election candidates from the debate panels.
Seán Doherty's daughter says Charlie is a 'vicious attack' on her father
The former justice minister features prominently in episode two of the RTÉ drama.
INMO calls on nurses to boycott increased registration fee
The Nurses and Midwifery Board of Ireland denied it has been ‘threatening’ members.
Greece is not happy that one of the Parthenon Marbles was sent in secret to Russia
This is the first time in two centuries that any of the contested sculptures has left Britain.
Watch this giant gorilla get his own back on Irish tourists (NSFW)
Wait for it…
Bono hits out at world leaders on Ebola, as stars arrive for latest 'Band Aid' session
One Direction, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, Coldplay’s Chris Martin and Sinead O’Connor are amongst the star’s taking part this time out.
"Pretty obnoxious" ... That's what Peter McVerry thinks of the plan to cut the top tax rate
Enda Kenny told business leaders last night that the Budget would be a “first step” towards lowering the rate of 52 per cent.
'People are becoming disgusted with the way Fine Gael is being run,' says... Fine Gael TD
John Deasy has launched a scathing attack on his party, the Taoiseach and the current Cabinet.
Taoiseach rounds on 'Sir Humphreys' in Health Department
Officials are coming in for criticism from the Taoiseach today, in his latest public comment on Health Minister Leo Varadkar’s plans.
Legia Warsaw fans eviscerated UEFA with this banner tonight
Legia fans are disgusted with UEFA’s behaviour over their removal from Champions League qualifying.
'Jesus Christ!' - Tiger Woods wasn't happy with Open photographers
The American shot an impressive three-under par despite the distractions at Royal Liverpool.
Pharrell's publicist says singer had 'no knowledge' of Newry gig
BED Nightclub in Newry believed they had booked the Happy singer for Saturday 5 July.
16 TDs want a meeting with RTÉ because they're being treated 'very unfairly'
Members of the Dáil’s Technical Group claim that the national broadcaster is unfairly excluding them from a Prime Time panel. RTÉ argues that independents are not a political party and represent themselves.
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.
Complaints against social welfare staff have increased six-fold
Some 171 complaints were made against named officers in 2013, up from 27 in 2010.
Labour admits: We have 'substantive differences' with Fine Gael over water charges
Work to be done…
Dropbox users protest after Condoleezza Rice is appointed to the board
Users reacted angrily to the appointment with some vowing to stop using the cloud-computing company in protest.
Croke Park residents protest at Cusack stand entrance
One concert is on an election day which “will disrupt residents trying to vote”.
Teachers have voted for strike action against changes to the Junior Cert
The industrial action will consist of non-co-operation with aspects of the Junior Cycle Student Award.
'This is not funny' - France prop Nicolas Mas walks out of press conference
The 33-year-old tighthead prop took exception to being quizzed about the problems of the French scrum.
Róisín Shortall has pop at "arrogant" Government
The former junior minister said it was clear the Government would brook no Opposition changes to abortion legislation from the outset.
Phil Lynott's mum upset after Romney campaign uses Thin Lizzy track
Philomena Lynott has objected to the Romney campaign’s use of ‘The Boys Are Back in Town’ during the Republican National Convention last week.