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What the papers say - THE IRISH TIMES

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The Dublin Port Tunnel will cost the city council more than £600,000 in repairs to private property damaged during the works, according to an independent loss adjuster. The information was released under the Freedom of Information Act.

Dublin's spectacular 120m tall Spire is needs cleaning, just two years after being erected. The Spire was made from stainless steel in the hope that it would be 'self-cleaning', but Dublin City Council is now to spend £30,000 washing the landmark next summer.

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