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The River Poddle, which follows a winding route through the southwest of Dublin before joining the Liffey in the city centre, has a long history of flooding.
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Urban horses have been a feature of some parts of Dublin and other Irish cities for decades. There have been attempts in the past to use initiatives and deterrents to reduce the numbers left to roam particular areas, and improve conditions for those remaining.
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The number of people cycling in Ireland has risen dramatically in recent years with a near doubling of the number of bikes coming into Dublin city centre over the past eight years.
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A public health emergency was declared by the Health Minister Simon Harris two years ago to control the spread of a superbug, CPE, resistant to the most powerful last-resort antibiotics. In spite of this, the number of patients with the bug has continuously increased.
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Although a relatively new phenomenon, almost 200,000 Irish people regularly vape with another 600,000 having tried an e-cigarette at some stage. Globally, the number of adults who vape is expected to reach almost 55 million by 2021.
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