Dublin City Council prosecutes man over nuisance pigeons in Stoneybatter
Dublin City Council prosecutes man over nuisance pigeons in StoneybatterThe feral birds have flocked to a rooftop on the north-side’s Manor Street and have taken up residency.
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PEDESTRIANS IN DUBLIN could be given another opportunity to recycle on-the-go from next year with Dublin City Council considering a re-trial of on-street recycling bins.
The first meeting of the council’s Climate Change, Environment and Energy next week will unveil plans to trial segregated street bins in certain parts of the city as part of its latest litter management plan.
The council previously trialed the idea at two city centre locations in 2018, but the move proved unsuccessful because of cross-contamination in the three segregated sections, for paper, plastic and aluminium cans.
Dublin Fire Brigade issue weekend driving warning as horrifying footage shows car flipped over on Dorset Street
As well as this, fire crew from Wicklow Fire Service attended a similar road traffic collision on the Wicklow/Dublin border in the early hours of Saturday morning. They were supported by a crew from Dublin Fire Brigade after a second car turned over after midnight. Emergency Services urged people to take care on roads during the wet weather, reminding people to keep back from other cars.They said: "Wet roads tonight making braking distances longer. Last night we were called to an overturned jeep on Dorset Street.
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A trial of on- street recycling bins in Dublin has been deemed a failure because people either did not use them or discarded non- recyclable items such as coffee cups and household waste. Dublin city council said that the results of a trial placing “green” bins in the city centre had been disappointing.
It is hoped that the move will encourage recycling at street level from members of the public, and a pilot programme is currently being developed in partnership with industry and a number of NGOs.
The council envisages trialing the new measure before next summer, although the locations where it would do so have not yet been identified.
Green Party councillor Michael Pidgeon told TheJournal.ie that the idea was still in its early stages, but had already proven a success in other cities.
“We’ve seen this elsewhere so hopefully it can work here,” he said. “It’s the first meeting of the committee next week, so we’ll see what happens then.”
Cork City Council issues 'tidal flood warning' as Storm Sebastian heads for Ireland
Cork City Council issues 'tidal flood warning' as Storm Sebastian heads for IrelandMet Eireann has warned that heavy rain and gale force winds are expected at times tomorrow which could bring a risk of flooding in some parts of the country.
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'Reach out': People urged to help isolated elderly .
'Reach out': People urged to help isolated elderlyDespite living on his own in a house in Clontarf, north Dublin, the 67-year-old pensioner has three adult daughters who visit and recently welcomed his first grandchild into the family.