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# minister-for-environment - Wednesday 18 December, 2013

Extra funding granted to prevent landslides in Cobh

The Minister for Environment announced an extra €2 million in funding for tackling landslides in Cobh in Co Cork.

# minister-for-environment - Wednesday 11 December, 2013

Pyrite remediation work to begin in new year

Yesterday Cabinet approved the publication of the Pyrite Resolution Bill, which will provide for the operation of a scheme to fund the work.

# minister-for-environment - Tuesday 28 May, 2013

Dublin city councillors at odds over increase in... Dublin councillors

Fianna Fáil are opposed to Minister Phil Hogan’s proposals, while Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Labour support them.

# minister-for-environment - Monday 6 May, 2013

Phil Hogan: I want smoky coal to be banned within the next 3 years

Smoky coal is already banned in 27 towns and cities around the country, but now the Minister for the Environment says he wants to see it nationwide.

# minister-for-environment - Friday 14 December, 2012

Noonan says pyrite homes will be exempt from property tax

Noonan said the government is aware of the “very real cost and difficulties” faced by people whose homes are affected.

# minister-for-environment - Tuesday 22 May, 2012

Column: Another Priory Hall is coming down the tracks. Here's why.

Phil Hogan is planning to introduce new regulations which are meant to make for better buildings. He’s making a major mistake, writes Mike Morris.

# minister-for-environment - Friday 13 April, 2012

Household charge registrations creep over 900,000 barrier

Around 10,000 new households have been accounted for in the last three days – still only just over half the population.

# minister-for-environment - Tuesday 10 April, 2012

Estimated 890,000 have paid the household charge

The official deadline passed on 31 March but several thousand property owners have paid the €100 charge over the past ten days.

# minister-for-environment - Thursday 5 April, 2012

Here's what happened at the meeting between Phil Hogan and Michael Lowry

The Minister for the Environment has released the minutes of the meeting he held with Michael Lowry just days after the publication of the Moriarty Tribunal report.

# minister-for-environment - Saturday 31 March, 2012

Planning to pay the household charge today? Here's what to do

Today is the deadline for paying the household charge. Decided you want to pay but not sure what to do? Here are your options.

Planning NOT to pay the household charge today? Here's what to do

So you’re liable for the household charge but you’ve decided you’re not going to pay? Here’s a few things you might want to do instead.

# minister-for-environment - Friday 30 March, 2012

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

# minister-for-environment - Thursday 29 March, 2012

Over half a million have paid the household charge

A poll today found 61 per cent of householders say they will pay the €100 charge, with 39 per cent saying they won’t.

# minister-for-environment - Wednesday 28 March, 2012

More than one million have not yet paid the household charge

Just over 31,000 payments were made in the past day – a slight decrease on the previous 24 hours.

# minister-for-environment - Thursday 16 February, 2012

Dublin councillor committed 'minor' breach of ethics guidelines - SIPO

However a report by the Standards Commission said that the contraventions by Oisin Quinn were inadvertent.

# minister-for-environment - Tuesday 13 December, 2011

Priory Hall residents demand meeting with Minister for Environment

Environment Minister Phil Hogan has refused to meet with the residents of the doomed development saying that he “cannot interfere in individual cases”.

# minister-for-environment - Wednesday 23 November, 2011

Minister for Environment refuses to meet Priory Hall residents

Phil Hogan said that he “cannot interfere in individual cases”, despite the ongoing uncertainty for former residents of the Dublin apartment complex.