5 key questions facing water commission chief Kevin Duffy
Refunds, "excessive use" and Europe are all up for discussion at today's Oireachtas hearing
The Oireachtas committee on the future funding of domestic water services is due meet at 1.30 pm today for the first time since the publication of the independent report on water charges, compiled by an expert commission led by the former chairman of the Labour Court Kevin Duffy.
He will face a deluge of questions from the 20-member committee, chaired by Independent Senator Pádraig Ó'Céidigh, about the conclusions of the report and its implications, ahead of...
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