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Dublin: 5 °C Monday 21 October, 2019

Over 40 residents ordered to immediately vacate Dublin flats over fire safety concerns

If a fire started in any of the three buildings it would “spread very quickly”, the High Court was told.

'It's archaic that we've side-by-side competition': Dublin City Council pushes for single waste collection

Councillors voted last week to kick-start a process aimed at taking waste collection back into public ownership.

It would cost Dublin City Council €29 million per year to resume household waste collection, council says

The council stopped household waste collection in 2012.

What are the Greens' climate policies and how do they compare to other left wing parties?

While a green wave overtook the local elections, the Greens’ Ciaran Cuffe topped the European poll in Dublin.

Over 7,000 litter fines were issued around the country last year

Dublin City Council issued the most fines at 1465.

Council needs €750,000 for new short-term letting rules - €350k over initial estimate Exclusive

New legislation is set to come into effect on 1 June.

Fermoy declared Ireland's cleanest town

Galway City Ballybane and Dublin North Inner City came in at the bottom of the rankings, described as “seriously littered”.

Delayed rollout of local CCTV cameras across the country criticised

Only 20 local CCTV schemes have received government funding despite €1 million being available.

Dublin's gun crime: '€500 for one that shoots or you can rent one that doesn't for €200'

There has been a sharp increase in the number of people using this service, according to security sources and local representatives.

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6,000 bags of rubbish were illegally dumped in Dublin's inner city last year

Already this year, eight fines have been given out to people identified after council staff searched rubbish bags.

Just 93 prosecutions after 6,000 rubbish bags dumped in Dublin city's 'worst litter blackspot'

The area is thought to be the most littered part of Dublin.

Stationless bike hire scheme launched in Dublin with 200 bikes hitting the streets right away

Irish firms Urbo and BleeperBike will operate the scheme.

Dublin City Council received 19 complaints on Friday about litter

A senator said that she was “disgusted” at images of Dublin’s canal after Friday and Saturday night.

From Business ETC Why this $3bn Chinese bike-sharing firm won't be launching in Ireland any time soon Tourism And Transport

Why this $3bn Chinese bike-sharing firm won't be launching in Ireland any time soon

Strict rules for shared-bike schemes in Dublin has made Ofo wary of an Irish expansion.

Nearly a year since being pulled from the streets, 'stationless' bikes are back in central Dublin

Dublin council has agreed to allow two operators run dockless for-hire bike schemes.

From Business ETC Nearly a year since being pulled from the streets, 'stationless' bikes are back in central Dublin Tourism And Transport

Nearly a year since being pulled from the streets, 'stationless' bikes are back in central Dublin

Dublin council has agreed to allow two operators run dockless for-hire bike schemes.

'You have to fight for them to do anything': North Dublin residents slam council over illegal dumping

Residents have been told the laneway is not the responsibility of the council.

Dublin north inner city locals object to charity homeless support centre opening in their area

Residents of North Wall lodged an official appeal after planning permission was granted for a new facility.

Just one prosecution over illegal drone use since regulations introduced

Experts say the popularity of these devices in both commercial and domestic markets has skyrocketed in recent years.

Residents hit out at 'disgusting' illegal dumping in Dolphin's Barn

“Some people just put rubbish on the street because they know the council will come and take it away.”

'There's a lack of civic respect' - Call for an end to illegal dumping

Dumping is seen around parks in the city.

Tullamore tops rankings of Ireland's cleanest towns

Irish Business Against Litter said that overall, this year had the best result yet for Ireland in its litter survey.

Drones to be used in crackdown on illegal dumping

Minister Denis Naughten is to launch the new project in Galway on Monday

Night vision CCTV to monitor illegal dumping hotspots in Wicklow mountains

The move aims to combat the worsening fly tipping problem in the region.

'There is no deterrent': Less than a third of Dublin litter fines actually get paid

“The council don’t appear to give the issue of illegal dumping the attention it deserves,” one councillor said.

There's a bit of a row brewing over Dublin City Council's public shaming of illegal dumpers

The council has defended itself against claims that it may have breached data protection laws.

Rivers of Buckfast bottles and human excrement in playgrounds: How can Ireland clean up its act? This post contains a poll

Rivers of Buckfast bottles and human excrement in playgrounds: How can Ireland clean up its act?

We look at international solutions to dirty litter habits – and whether they would be effective here.

Dublin city facing 40% rise in illegal dumping this year

There have already been more than 600 reported cases of fly-tipping in 2016.

How this Dublin suburb managed to become the cleanest area in Ireland

Well over half of its area is completely unpolluted by litter, well ahead of its nearest competitors.

People trying to 'covertly evade bin charges' are making our towns and cities dirtier

A new survey says that, while most areas are generally clean, there is a “worrying slippage” in towns and cities.

Dublin City Council posts CCTV images of people to stop illegal dumping

A representative for Dublin City Council has said that the initiative is already proving to be successful.

Survey reveals cleanest, and most littered, areas in Ireland

Sweet papers were the most common form of litter on our streets, followed by fast food wrappers, cigarette butts and chewing gum.

Poll: Should litter louts be named and shamed? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should litter louts be named and shamed?

Dublin City Council are reportedly set to extend a campaign of litter shaming to rubbish black spots in the capital.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Another twist in the Luas dispute, more government talks and the death of David Gest.

Is Dublin City Council doing enough to clean up the city?

“To suggest … that Dublin City Council is complacent fails to recognise the scale of the challenge.”

Litterbugs are REALLY bad at paying fines

And a councillor thinks it could cause reputational damage.

From The Daily Edge Dublin 8 resident loses the rag with litter dumping neighbours Rubbish Behaviour

Did you add to last night's Halloween litter? This Senator wants you to be fined...a LOT

“Everybody is fed up with littering on our streets and at Halloween it happens on an industrial scale.”

Boy who fell in pothole in his garden awarded €10,000

He broke his left wrist in the fall.

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