Monthly Archives: April 2014


Cabinet fails to sign off on water charges at latest meeting

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Cabinet fails to sign off on water charges at latest meeting Government sources say no decision made The Cabinet has failed to sign off on controversial water charges today, it has emerged. While the matter was discussed, Government sources have

Dublin City Council signs deal with Energia for Fr Collins Park’s green energy

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Dublin City Council signs deal with Energia for Fr Collins Park’s green energy Dublin City Council (DCC) has signed a deal with energy provider Energia for the excess renewable energy produced by wind turbines in Fr Collins Park in Donaghmede,

Fine Gael moves to defuse row over water charges

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Fine Gael moves to defuse row over water charges Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan is working on revised plans to allay Labour concerns Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan will attempt to defuse the row between the Coalition parties

Apple signs up Coleraine company to harvest rainwater

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Apple signs up Coleraine company to harvest rainwater A Coleraine firm has taken a significant bite out of the rainwater harvesting industry by securing a deal with computing giant Apple in Ireland. Rain Harvesting Ireland (RHI) has just won business

Biomass is a slow burner here

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Biomass is a slow burner here The whine of the chainsaw can still be heard in the countryside as people continue to cut up trees laid low by Storm Darwin more than two months ago. You might say the ferocious

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