What can we say? #disgusting @meathcoco is waiving the existing €5 charge for a bin bag (black sack) of waste at Navan, Trim and Kells Recycling centre. No excuses! For full details see https://t.co/6Izx9736CC #StaySafe #StayAtHome pic.twitter.com/QWKYivHXS8
— Meath County Council (@meathcoco) April 16, 2020
Previously: When Glove Breaks Down
A satisfying POV sequence featuring Russian lads hooning about on an icy river in noisy little 250cc karts with studded wheels.
That is all.
The River Bride tweetz:
Tonight the river is white. Blackpool shopping centre and village pictured. #cork #river #blackpoolcork.
Iveagh Garden Hotel
Andrea Smith, in The Lonely Planet, writes:
Dublin’s newest accommodation offering, Iveagh Garden Hotel, will source its energy from an underground river that runs 50 metres below the hotel.
This makes it the first hotel in Europe to develop a unique low energy system that creates the lowest carbon footprint possible. The four-star hotel in the Irish capital opened this week on Harcourt Street, a renowned Georgian street.
Trevor Larkin tweetz:
Anyone missing a kids’ bike (on the bridge over the Dodder beside the kiosk shop near Rathgar, [Orwell Rd, Dublin 6])