Pamela Flynn writes:
This is a shore that was removed by Irish Water today. We were told that the workers were allowed sell these for scrap and use it for beer money. As you can see it weighs just under 5kg. How much would this bring as scrap value?- does anyone know? Could this money not be better used to offset the cost of the metering scheme?
In Edenmore, Raheny, Dublin, this afternoon:
Dublin Says No
For the first time in five years, the waters of lake Superior in Northwest Wisconsin have frozen solid enough to allow access to the ice caves at the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
With an estimated 1000 people a day visiting, the caves could remain accessible for another month.
(Pix: Kelly Marquardt and Andy Rathbun)
Clonard Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12.