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# Department of Environment

All time
SIPTU firefighters set to ballot for industrial action
Almost a quarter of homes fail to register septic tank by deadline
Septic tank registrations so far: how does your county rate?
Deadline looms as one third of waste water treatment systems remain unregistered
Govt departments doubling up for online encyclopaedia fees
Cut in elderly alarm scheme criticised as "penny-wise and pound-foolish"
Column: Fossil fuels won’t last forever. Ireland should consider nuclear power.
Philip Walton
Boycotts, warnings and patriotism: A year of the household charge
Phil Hogan to bring local government reforms to Cabinet tomorrow
Report on property tax to be brought to Cabinet 'shortly'
Water meter installation will commence next year
Cork councils to receive €700,000 for flood clean-up
For Dolphin House residents, concerns over ‘inhumane’ conditions continue
New guidelines for retail planning could pave way for hypermarkets
Household charge registrations creep over 900,000 barrier
Estimated 890,000 have paid the household charge
Calls for clarification as Dunnes Stores loses plastic bag levy case
Budget leaks: the hypermarket could be on its way to Ireland
Gallagher makes final appeal to fellow presidential candidates over leaflets
Referendums confirmed on Oireachtas inquiries and judges' pay
Students in sleepout protest over rogue landlords