Elizabeth Arnett: “Landlord and tenants can confirm details at any time.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Landlords, including local authorities, have been warned that they have just weeks to contact Irish Water with the names of tenants or they may be hel(...)

Anti-water-charge protesters demonstrating in Dublin on Saturday. There was one arrest during more than 20 protests against water charges aroundthe country. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Just over half of the households expected to pay bills to Irish Water have registered their details with the new utility. The latest figures fr(...)

 Tánaiste  Joan Burton says she is ‘satisfied’ Irish Water will pass Eurostat test. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Tánaiste Joan Burton has said she is satisfied that Irish Water will pass the Eurostat market corporation test as an independent company capable of bo(...)

Above: Filter tanks in the Liffey Works Water Treatment Plant in Ballymore Eustace. Below (left to right): former minister for environment Phil Hogan, Irish Water director John Tierney, and Minister for Environment Alan Kelly. Photographs: The Irish Times.

From Fianna Fáill’s abolishment of water charges in 1978, through to Minister Alan Kelly’s revised package today, here’s a brief history of water cha(...)

The dispute between Uisce Éireann and KC Civil Engineering Ltd concerns a tender for 10km of pipes. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A dispute over an alleged “confusing” and unlawful procedure adopted by Irish Water concerning the awarding of a contract to lay 10km of water pipes h(...)

Tánaiste Joan Burton said the time lines on the roll out of water metering had been ‘far more ambitious than has actually been realised’.

The net charge for water will be “modest” and hopefully will be known by the end of this month, Tánaiste Joan Burton has said.Speaking at the opening (...)

An offer you can’t refuse: ‘Should Ervia eventually be privatised, the days of 19 per cent bonuses for senior managers may seem like the good old days’

“Bonus” is a loaded word. “Bonus culture”, meanwhile, evokes the loadsamoney excess of investment bankers whose pay was linked to how proficiently (...)

Irish Water has reported a data breach to the Data Protection Commissioner after it inadvertently sent bank details relating to some individuals to the wrong people.

Irish Water is investigating a data breach after it sent bank details relating to a number of individuals to the wrong people. Minister for the Enviro(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has today disowned comments made by former minister of state Fergus O’Dowd relating to Irish Water. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has today disowned comments made by former minister of state Fergus O’Dowd relating to Irish Water. “No, I do not agree with Dep(...)

A court summons has been issued to Irish Water and Donegal County Council to appear at Letterkenny District Court on Tuesday.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is suing Irish Water and Donegal County Council, claiming the public water supply to Letterkenny is not u(...)