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Monday 30 January 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# dublin says no

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# Contaminated
These are the 20 Dublin homes with the most lead in their drinking water
There’s some familiar addresses related to water protests.
# threatening
Meter installers are being offered counselling ... but Irish Water say they're not paying for it
“We’re civil engineers and not trained to deal with this, getting physical and mental abuse is not something we ever envisaged.”
# Fingal County Council
Councillor says protest organisers to blame for woman's injuries - not gardaí
There have been calls for an investigation into garda conduct at the protest.
# Bernie Hughes
From the Joy ... to the Dáil? This freed water protester is planning a general election bid
Bernie Hughes has been back out “showing solidarity” with anti-metering protesters in recent days, but said she hadn’t stopped any work herself.
# wheatfield prison
Prison service says water charge protesters are not 'on complete lock down'
Two of the men have been on hunger strike since Friday and said they will begin refusing liquids from today.
# Demonstration
Thousands take part in anti-water charge protests across Ireland
Two people were arrested by gardaí today for minor public order offences.
# derek byrne
Man who called the President "midget parasite" is main organiser of mass anti-charges rally
The Dublin Says No activist said he wouldn’t be backing down or apologising for the comments, when contacted by TheJournal.ie.
# Water protests
Anti-water charge protests in Dublin and Donegal
It’s reported the 300 attended the protest in Donegal while 200 came out for the Dublin demonstration.
# Price hike
Cost of water meters underestimated by €107 million
RTÉ’s This Week programme says the guide price provided to Government was way off.
# expensive cameras
Why are gardaí wearing cameras at water meter protests?
According to gardaí, it’s nothing new.
# Raheny
Protesters block Joan Burton's car from leaving Dublin event
The Tánaiste was at a school in Raheny to launch a report on Breakfast Clubs
# Water Charges
Irish Water protesters leave their estates for protest in Dublin city centre
The new water charges are set to begin in just under two weeks time.
# Welfare
A TD used a Dáil question to ask if a water meter protester would have their dole cut
Terence Flanagan used a case involving one of his own constituents to ask if the Department of Social Protection cuts the dole of anti-government protestors.
# private home
Protesters have been camped outside a Labour TD's house for the last five days
“I think every citizen regardless of who they are is entitled to the privacy of their own home,” Dublin North East’s Sean Kenny said.
# protesting the protests
Thirsty for a revolution? No ... we're not, insist Raheny's elderly residents
Residents of Tonlegee Drive aren’t huge fans of water charges. But they’re not too keen on the people protesting the charges either, as TheJournal.ie discovered…
# raheny says no
From a trickle... Water protests now springing up all over Dublin 5
Residents and activists have been turning out at a number of estates in the Raheny/Donaghmede/Edenmore/Kilbarrack area.
# dublin says no
Man arrested after protest outside RTÉ over Dobson 'idiots' comment
The man is said to have climbed over a wall to access the RTÉ campus.