Thursday September 24, 2020

What it says in the papers

British spymasters join Twitter and ESRI blocks Greg Kavanagh's docklands apartment plan

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Irish Times reports that householders who compost at home will not be given any reduction in their bin charges under new legislation.

- Living on a street full of trees can increase the value of your house by 20 per cent, improve your emotional wellbeing and make children more intelligent, a seminar on urban beauty was told yesterday.

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