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National Maternity Hospital board fractured, cyclists’ complaints about Luas roadworks, and BAI complaints.

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1. #BULLIED: National Maternity Hospital board member Brendan Carr has said that board members were ‘bullied and intimidated‘ at a meeting last night.

2. #PRISONERS: The Prison Officers’ Association has hit out at what he said was a lack of convictions for inmates who attack officers.

3. #ONE IN TEN: Over 10% of Irish workers are being paid the equivalent of or less than the national minimum wage of €9.25 per hour.

4. #LETHAL: A series of complaints to the transport authority details the cycling public’s concern with the Luas Cross City works in Dublin.

5. #FIX IT: United Airlines is to increase payment limits to customers who give up seats on oversold flights in response to a passenger being violently dragged from his seat.

6. #TRINITY HEIST: €1 million was taken from a fund for disadvantaged youths during cyber attack on the Trinity Foundation, according to the Irish Sun.

7. #HPV VACCINE: A complaint against broadcaster George Hook‘s radio segment on the HPV vaccine has been rejected by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

8. #BERKELEY: US pundit Ann Coulter has said that she was forced to cancel her speaking event at the University of California today due to concerns about violent protests.

9. #FRIESIAN: The BBC has apologised for language used by Irish comedian Tommy Tiernan on a Derry radio station when he was joking about the DUP’s Arlene Foster.

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