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Irish Water has lifted all remaining water conservation orders that were in place around the country. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Irish Water has lifted all remaining water conservation orders that were in place around the country. Orders restricting water use, a so-called hosep(...)

Irish Water corporate affairs manager Kate Gannon said conserving water was ‘a new conversation’ for many people.

COLIN GLEESON More than 50 per cent of people underestimate average daily personal water usage by half, according to a survey commissioned by Irish W(...)

 Trees stumps visible  on Blessington Lake due to lower water levels. Photograph: Tom Honan/ The Irish Times.

Irish Water have extended a nationwide hosepipe ban for at least another month, as water supply levels remain at critically low levels. The move come(...)

Just 2%  of treated water is drunk, with the remainder of domestic consumption going on bathroom and kitchen use, and some 7%  on customer-side leaks. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish Water fears that the current drought may see pressure on water supplies extend well beyond the summer months and possibly over next winter. Wit(...)

 Ciaran Berry (7) from Mullingar cooling off in Lough Ennell, Co Westmeath. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Water pressure reductions have been introduced in Dublin following an increase of millions of litres in water usage despite conservation warnings from(...)

Dubliners are facing unavoidable water restrictions following a prolonged spell of dry weather. Photograph: Shutterstock

Dubliners are facing “unavoidable” water restrictions with a potential drought looming following the long spell of dry weather, Irish Water has warned(...)

Irish Water aims to save enough water to supply Wicklow for a year by repairing leaks.

A conservation specialist with Irish Water says that repairs made by the company are saving 34 million litres of water a day. The future of the utili(...)