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From TheJournal.ie Dublin councils plan to install public water fountains to reduce use of plastic bottles Thirsty Work

Dublin councils plan to install public water fountains to reduce use of plastic bottles

Dublin City Council has said it aims to install water refill stations at areas of “high pedestrian footfall”.

From The42 Ireland's Matt Brammeier has won his weight in beer at the Tour of Flanders Thirsty Work

Ireland's Matt Brammeier has won his weight in beer at the Tour of Flanders

The five-time national champion has 73 litres of Belgian ale coming his way.

From TheJournal.ie So how much did Irish Water spend on bottled water for all of last year? Still Or Sparkling?

So how much did Irish Water spend on bottled water for all of last year?

Still or sparkling? Eh, tap please!

From TheJournal.ie Here's how much money local authorities have given to Irish Water Thirsty Work

Here's how much money local authorities have given to Irish Water

The running of water services is being transferred from councils to Irish Water.

From TheJournal.ie This is a really lovely science experiment you can do with your kids Thirsty Work

This is a really lovely science experiment you can do with your kids

A little food dye, a little water, a little patience – a rainbow-coloured surprise.

From TheJournal.ie Oireachtas insists: public won't foot the bill for Dáil bar tabs Thirsty Work

Oireachtas insists: public won't foot the bill for Dáil bar tabs

Although members have unpaid bills for food and drink in Leinster House, the Oireachtas says all will be repaid.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Tuesday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Nine things to know this morning: Superquinn’s quick sale saves 2,800 jobs, a big day ahead in the hacking inquiries, and will the public pay unpaid bills at the Dáil bar?