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# Department of the Environment

Last year
Generators of offshore wind to pay coastal communities 'up to €20 million per year'
All time
Staff shortages leave energy regulator scrambling to keep the lights on
Government seeks permission to build two emergency electricity generators in Dublin
Experts give their tips on how to reduce your waste (and save your money)
There are now 6,000 people living homeless in Ireland
The government is ordering 4 million new polling cards
The way that apartments are built in Ireland is changing
€100 water charges grant WON'T be scrapped, despite EU concerns
Environment Department denies Europe could force us to pay higher water charges
Countdown's over (finally), here's what you need to vote today
Simplify ballot papers? It could cause legal problems, say Environment officials
Vintage cars, fracking and the Russian ambassador
Association uses new funding approach to redevelop homes for older people
Government knew of outside consultants procured at Irish Water almost a year ago
Poll: Should we introduce self-service public libraries?
'Domestic users will not be charged VAT' by Irish Water
Councils given legal guidelines on new local area plans
Inspections show 90pc of Dublin's flats aren't up to standard
€200m EIB loan to finance 23 Irish water investment projects
Poll: Do you think the water charge will be largely boycotted?
1982 Papers reveal changes recommended to fire service in aftermath of Stardust disaster
Referendum will save €600k by opening polls for two hours fewer than usual
Council abandons household charge-student grant link 'on legal advice'
Hogan admits water charges law will be behind Troika schedule
Abbeyshrule adds to the trophy cabinet with European award
Landfill levy set for additional increase in July 2013
E-Voting machines finally put to use
Registration for septic tank inspections may begin this month
FitzPatrick, Bradshaw and ministers could be forced to address TDs on Docklands debacle
C&AG report questions decisions made by DDDA in bid for Glass Bottle site
Dublin Docklands Development Authority to be wound up, says Hogan
Today's your last chance to post your application for a Fiscal Compact vote
You have two days to register for a referendum postal vote
‘Serial planning objector’ appointed to An Bord Pleanála
Plumbers' association 'ready to start work' on installing water meters
17 questions (and answers) about those new water charges
New State body Irish Water will be part of Bord Gáis
Poll: Should households pay for their own water meters?
Homeowners will have to pay for their own water meters
Environment Minister announces review of ban on smokey coal