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# Dispute

Last month
May 2023
# Dispute
Iceland staff complain of erratic, 'hit-and-miss' wage payments under new owners
The parent company sold its 27 Irish stores in February.
This year
# Dispute
National Ambulance Service personnel to ballot on strike action
The dispute centres around proposed new work structures.
# Dispute
Michael Schumacher’s family plans legal action over ‘fake AI interview’
A spokesperson said legal action is being planned against German outlet Die Aktuelle’.
# agsi
Middle-ranking gardaí vote to 'withdraw their labour' but will work Biden visit 'under protest'
The four days of action will take place once a month from May to August.
# Dispute
Verstappen claims Hamilton did not follow race rules
The Dutch Red Bull star took the chequered flag after a drama-filled showdown.
# Dispute
'Hugely disrespectful. We'd like some answers' - Laois camogie speak out over relegation saga
Laois were expecting to play in the Premier Junior championship this year after losing a relegation final last year.
# Dispute
Cavan Ladies withdraw from league game as dispute with county board continues
The team have made the announcement through an open letter to supporters and clubs in the county.
# Dispute
'Unnecessary': Drew Harris criticises middle-ranking officers over plan to picket Garda HQ
Both Leo Varadkar and Commissioner Drew Harris were speaking at the opening of a new garda station in Dublin earlier today.
Last year
# Dispute
He never told me – Ten Hag found out Ronaldo wanted to leave from TV interview
Ronaldo singled out Ten Hag for criticism, saying he had no respect for the Dutchman.
# Dispute
Donald Trump knew vote fraud claims in legal documents were false, says judge
US District Court Judge David Carter issued an 18-page opinion.
# work time row
Crisis meeting at Garda Headquarters ends without resolution on rosters dispute
The dispute centres around a new proposed roster which both the GRA and AGSI have rejected.
# Dispute
Drew Harris calls crisis meeting with Garda associations as roster deadline looms
The meeting has been called as the GRA and AGSI have both voted to reject the proposed change in working hours.
# Dispute
Garda sergeants and inspectors reject 'difficult' new roster proposals
The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) rejected the roster proposals by 63%.
# Controversy
Chess champion Magnus Carlsen quits game amid cheating allegations
The 31-year-old five-time world champion did not give an explanation.
Nurses and midwives' union to ballot members on industrial action
INMO has pointed to persistent inflation and the rising cost of living as sources of strain for members.
# Dispute
Man aged over 70 fails in age discrimination case over contact tracer role rejection
Rom Hyde claimed that CPL Healthcare Ltd discriminated against him.
# Dispute
Talks to resume at Bausch and Lomb as Siptu suspends industrial action
Staff held two-hour work stoppages at the plant last weekend.
# Dispute
'We’ve got a spare driver' – Lewis Hamilton refuses to back down in jewellery row
The Briton says there are ‘more important issues’ for the sport to focus on.
# Dispute
GAA's role in expenses row, GPA's long-term vision and could strike action happen?
We look at three key questions surrounding the impasse between the GAA and GPA.
# Vow of Silence
What is the GAA and GPA dispute over player expenses?
Players and managers boycotted interviews over the weekend.
# Dispute
Public row rumbles on as SIPTU workers accuse FAI of lack of engagement and criticise strategic plan
The FAI responded by defending the report and expressing ‘disappointment’ at SIPTU’s airing of their issues in the media.
All time
# Brexit
France to ask EU to start ‘litigation proceedings’ if fishing row not resolved
Tensions are likely to run high as Downing Street says it does not recognise an EU deadline of 10 December.
# Dispute
Rennes hit out at Spurs after European tie is postponed due to Covid-19 issues
The French club responded furiously with a statement.
# Protests
French fishermen block ports in spat with UK
Fishing crews blocked ports and ferry traffic across the Channel in the continuing row over post-Brexit fishing licences.
# Dispute
Uefa accuse judge involved with European Super League case of ‘clear bias’
The governing body has had to declare disciplinary proceedings against three clubs still committed to the breakaway league null and void.
# Dispute
Press Ombudsman dismisses complaint from Jim Corr over Irish Daily Mirror's 'online quack' comment
Jim Corr said that contrary to what was published in the newspaper column, he was not an ‘online quack’.
# Dispute
Wolves capitalise on controversial penalty call to leapfrog Southampton
Ruben Neves converted the spot-kick after Ryan Bertrand was punished for handball.
# josh hawley
Republican senator to raise objections as Congress meets to affirm Joe Biden win
Josh Hawley has said some states, notably Pennsylvania, failed to follow their own election laws.
# Support
Bayern Munich star backed by team-mates amid contract dispute
David Alaba could leave the Bundesliga club at the end of the season.
# Dispute
Google must negotiate with media groups over paying for online news, Paris court rules
The ruling came as the US firm announced it was close to a deal on compensating French media groups.
# Aotearoa
New Zealand-Australia relations at 'lowest ebb' as Kiwis go it alone for Super Rugby 2021
There could still be some cross-Tasman element to the schedule next year.
# Redundancy
Taoiseach slams ‘shabby, shoddy and unacceptable’ treatment of Debenhams workers
The dispute has lasted more than 150 days.
# Dispute
Rangers risk ‘bringing the game into disrepute’ – SPFL chairman
Murdoch MacLennan says the Glasgow club have made allegations against the League without providing evidence.
# Dispute
Liverpool were warned over possible winter break clash - FA
Manager Jurgen Klopp said neither he nor his first-team stars would be present for their replay at home to Shrewsbury.
# as it stands
Talks continue in Limerick FC dispute with FAI
Earlier this week the club commenced proceedings against the association.
# Dispute
Supplier in contract row with Coast Guard threatens to hold equipment at 'secure location' until paid
The company said it has been accused by the Coast Guard of overcharging on a contract – an accusation it rejects.
Care workers secure win after Labour Court recommends they can wear football jerseys to work
The issue went to the Labour Court after a resolution couldn’t be reached at the WRC.
# Dispute
Clubs reject claim that motion of confidence in Mayo executive was 'passed by all delegates'
No media were permitted to attend last night’s county board meeting.
# Beef
Leo Varadkar on beef protests: 'We need to see the task force do its job'
Farmers began protesting outside the Dept. of Agriculture claiming the meat industry has not held up its end of the bargain
# Dispute
Scottish Rugby Union hopes for a 'fair hearing' after misconduct charge
The SRU has questioned whether it is ‘appropriate’ for World Rugby to charge them.