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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# we won't pay

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Rolling road closures in Dublin for fifth major anti-water charges rally
The latest up-to-date advice for drivers (and protesters).
"If I were the Government, I'd be worried": Hundreds attend anti-water charges protest
It follows the publication of figures from Irish Water showing less than half of customers have paid their bills.
Bills burned, Greek flags flown as water charge protests return to Dublin
There were a number of Greek flags on display, as protesters used the event to show solidarity with the country.
Replacing lead pipes could cost affected homeowners up to €5,000
The government has announced a grant scheme to help low-income families to replace their pipes.
'Bin the Bills' anti-water charge protest held in Limerick
Councillor Cian Prendiville said they want a big turn out to “show the government that we will not be bullied”.
Expect leaflets coming through your door asking you not to pay water charges
There’s a national campaign on the way.
Joan on Jobstown: 'When I was in that car I was worried about the parallels with fascism'
The Tánaiste has been speaking about her experience at the hands of water protesters last month.
WATCH: Clashes between gardaí and water charge protesters on O'Connell Bridge
The main protest, in which tens of thousands participated, was a peaceful one but a gardaí said six arrests were made.
Lots of people say they won't pay their water charges
An Ipsos MRBI poll in this morning’s Irish Times finds that less than half of voters intend to pay.
Videos: Enda Kenny got a fierce noisy reception from protesters in Cork today
Anti-water charge protesters greeted the Taoiseach at a jobs announcement in Blackpool earlier.
Hundreds of water protesters target Taoiseach in Sligo
Demonstrators yelled “shame on Kenny” as the Taoiseach’s car arrived.