I realized that this isn;t even talked about anymore, and I went to the wiki page to try to find out more...
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The initial particle beams were injected into the LHC August 2008. The first attempt to circulate a beam through the entire LHC was at 8:28 GMT on 10 September 2008, but the system went wrong, due to a faulty magnet connection, and it was stopped for repairs on 19 September 2008. After repairs the magnet must be recooled, and with the previously scheduled winter shutoff (due to power consumption) no results are expected before July 2009.
So, it's July 2009. Is there still nothing new happening besides fixing the broken super-magnet?