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Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Waterworld

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# Waterworld
Ireland's water charges are among the lowest in Europe...*
* And that’s even before they were suspended. Dublin meanwhile ranks 31st out of 31 European cities in terms of percentage income spent on charges each year.
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WATCH: Torrential Dublin rain turns the Spire into a hypnotic waterfall
Easier to enjoy it when you’re indoors.
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OUR BIRTHDAY GIVEAWAY: Win a family trip to Alton Towers with Midland Travel
TheJournal.ie is five years old this month so we’re giving readers the chance to win some great prizes.
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14 reasons why people don't like and don't trust Irish Water
Leaks, protests, communication breakdown and a scorned minister have all contributed to a difficult 10 months for the new semi-state.
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Giant fish tank bursts at Disney restaurant while people eat dinner
There was “chaos”, according to one diner.
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What would happen if all the ice melted? Well, we'd be waving goodbye to most of Connacht
Not to mention, all of The Netherlands….
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A Hong Kong company wants to build a €30bn canal across Nicaragua
That’s the plan ‘n’ anyways.
# Waterworld
New ‘waterworld’ planet revealed by Hubble
The watery planet is enshrouded by a thick, steamy atmosphere and is being described by astronomers as a whole new type of planet.
# Waterworld
Scottish Open down to 54 holes after heavy overnight rain
The Scottish Open has been curtailed after overnight flooding left parts of the course under water.