Elizabeth Arnett was praised for her “significant contribution to Irish Water since its establishment in 2013”

Elizabeth Arnett is to leave her job as head of corporate affairs at Irish Water to join Ulster Bank in a similar role. Ms Arnett, who appeared regul(...)

The desk at the Curaheen centre is designed to deal with Senators, TDs and councillors looking for updates on infrastructural maintenance operations in their locality.

Irish Water has established an eight-person helpdesk at its call centre in Co Cork specifically set aside to deal with queries from political represe(...)

Irish Water is calling customers to remind them to pay the charges due

Irish Water has started calling customers who have failed to make any payments on their first two utility bills to remind them to pay the charges. Ir(...)

The Minister for the Environment, Alan Kelly, with John Tierney and Elizabeth Arnett of Irish Water. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

It emerged this week that less than half of the water charge payments due in Irish Water’s first billing cycle were paid. The company collected €30.5(...)

Elizabeth Arnett of Irish Water and  Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly insisted  Irish Water  was  on target, even though both studiously refused to say what those targets are.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

If were to believe the polished Elizabeth Arnett of Irish Water or the more truculent Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly on radio this morning, t(...)

‘Our system cannot accept a membership application without the applicant manually entering their credit- or debit card details into the sign-up page,’ says Complete Savings

More confusion over Complete Savings sign-up More on Complete Savings, the “web loyalty” scheme that costs €12 a month. We received an email from rea(...)

Irish Water’s head of communications Elizabeth Arnett; Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly; and managing director of Irish Water John Tierney. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Late last month, Pricewatch had the dubious honour of getting one of the very first Irish Water bills to be printed. And it was hand-delivered by E(...)

 Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin has described the volume of leaks uncovered by Irish Water as ‘crazy’. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The volume of water leaks uncovered by Irish Water has been described as “crazy”, by Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin. Irish (...)

Right 2 Water campaigner Brendan Ogle: The group would publish an alternative water policy in the coming week that would eliminate bills. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Some 30,000 leaks have been found during the first water meter reading cycle, according to Irish Water. The national water utility says the leaks a(...)

Irish Water criticised the leaking of plans to allow it have water bills deducted from salaries.

Leaks from within Government about proposed legislative changes which would allow Irish Water deduct unpaid charges from people’s wages or social welf(...)

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