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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

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Here are the five bathing areas classified as 'poor' in Ireland
95% of bathing waters met or exceeded the minimum required standard.
Here are the five bathing areas classified as 'poor' in Ireland
The classifications are contained in the EPA Bathing Water report for 2018.
Swimmers at three Dublin beaches warned about potential wastewater contamination
Test results are due tomorrow which could give the green light again to swimmers.
Here are the best and worst beaches in Ireland to go swimming
Seven coastal bathing waters have failed to meet the minimum standard.
Has your local beach or bathing spot been given a Blue Flag this year?
The full list is here. Did your favourite bathing place make it?
Temporary ban on bathing in place at Sandymount Strand
Water samples taken today did not comply with minimum standards for swimming.
Here are the best and worst bathing waters in Ireland
Thankfully, 90 per cent of Irish bathing waters are due to meet the ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ standards which will come into force from this year.
PICS: Here's the new unisex bathing area at the Forty Foot
Chilly changing rooms for all!
Dún Laoghaire to get floating swimming pool and urban beach
Fancy a swim in the Harbour?
No Flesh Showing in Victorian Clare Pic of the Day
National Library of Ireland has found this pic of Kilkee in its infancy as a seaside resort.
Cork beaches remain closed as technical difficulty delays E.coli test results
Water quality concerns sparked seven beach closures in Co Cork last week.
In photos: big cats enjoying a bath
Siberian tigers take a break from the heat with a cooling dip at Chinese zoo.
Irish bathing water quality improved in 2011
However, there was a drop in the amount of beaches reaching ‘good’ status. Ireland will have to redouble its efforts to maintain and improve bathing water quality standards, Minister Phil Hogan said today.