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# Leaks

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Sweden blocks off area around Nord Stream leaks for 'crime scene investigation'
ESB Networks fined over greenhouse gas leakages at Moneypoint power station
'There may be people behind the scenes or elsewhere who want to cause problems for the team'
Government wins confidence motion in Tánaiste Leo Varadkar following testy Dáil debate
Dáil meets in Leinster House but moves across the Liffey for confidence vote in Tánaiste Leo Varadkar
People told to not leave tap running or flush wipes down the toilet amid Covid-19 crisis
Trump denies any knowledge of Russian efforts to help his opponent in US presidential election
Ireland is losing 43% of its drinking water in leaks - and has just gotten the data to start fixing the problem
23,000 homes and businesses still without water
Storm aftermath: 10,500 customers without water, 121,000 with restricted supply
No-deal Brexit would cripple UK finances to tune of €91 BILLION - leaked report
Justin Bieber's nudes were leaked after ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez's Instagram was hacked
Gardaí investigating former member for leaking information to criminals
'We will find you': White House vows crackdown on 'staggering number of leaks'
Trump says Comey is 'cowardly' over conversation leaks
Trump threatens prosecution over Manchester attack leaks
WikiLeaks releases over 8,000 documents 'hacked from CIA'
Trump says Obama is behind protests and leaks
Obama granted Manning a pardon but Snowden won't be getting the same
Irish Water says it has saved enough water for everyone in Kerry
Edward Snowden has joined Twitter - guess what's the one account he follows?
Irish Water says it's not trying to trick people into paying their bills
Paul Murphy: 'No one told me I'm going to be charged over Jobstown protests'
You have to be registered with Irish Water before it will fix a leak
The studio behind Suicide Squad is NOT happy about that trailer leak
Wikileaks shared juicy One Direction e-mails and Directioners are freaking out
Irish Water to start fixing leaks - even if they're inside your gate
Irish Water will be reducing pressure as part of its "painstaking" effort to fix leaks
Irish Water isn't fixing more leaks - or spending more on infrastructure
Here is what we have learned from the Sony hacks so far
Sony's nightmare continues as employees' medical records are leaked
Government silent as Snowden docs reveal access to Ireland's internet cables
Will your home insurance cover water charges after a burst pipe?
A burst water main is causing some traffic problems today
14 reasons why people don't like and don't trust Irish Water
It may cost you €188 to call out Irish Water to fix a leak
GSOC chairman says he won't be resigning
People are going door-to-door offering to tamper with gas meters
Irish Water wants allowance of 38,000 litres per child reduced
Water charges will cost families more than €400 a year - Fianna Fáil