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Paul Melia, Environment Correspondent with the Irish Independent, discusses fire safety concerns at apartment complexes in Dublin and Meath
Paul Melia, Irish Independent Environment Editor, discusses a surge in one-off houses, but a fall-off in building in Dublin
Just when Irish Water thought things might have been improving the company finds itself embroiled in yet more controversy. This morning the CEO of its parent company Ervia, Michael McNicholas, ...
We’ll know a lot more later today about how much water will cost when charging begins in October. The Energy Regulator is due to publish proposals for – among other ...
As Irish Water removes meters from a Cork housing estate, documents obtained by the Irish Independent today reveal the full extent of water leakage around the country – and it’s ...
The Cabinet is today putting the finishing touches on the structure of water charges after weeks of discussion and reports of disagreement between the coalition parties. It reported that families ...
Many of us now have water meters in pace and the first bills for domestic water will issue in 2015 and as we all know, the producer of the service ...
Joining Sean for this morning’s Gathering were Paul Drury, Daily Mail Columnist; Michael O’Regan, Irish Times Parliamentary Correspondent; Alan Hickey, Barrister; and Paul Melia, Environment Correspondent with the Irish Independent.
Since its inception Irish Water has been enmeshed in controversy – on this programme managing director of Irish Water John Tierney revealed that more than €50 million had been spent ...
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