When it rains in Dublin, Dubliners will drink more water

Dubliners are getting a taste of what it’s like to be a part of a city that doesn’t drink enough water, but the city’s water supply is already getting the brunt of the blame.

Dublin’s water system has a lot of problems, and one of them is the fact that the city is drinking less water.

According to the Irish Water Agency, the water in the city now is only around 50 percent of what’s been recommended by the Dublin Water Strategy, which sets targets to cut water usage by 30 percent and make the city one of the cleanest in the country.

Dublish has also been using less water than other major cities in Europe, including Paris, and it’s not a problem that the country is particularly well known for.

But in the past few years, the country has seen an explosion in demand for its water.

The Dublin Water Supply is currently the largest in the world, according to the World Bank, and there are some concerns that it will soon be surpassed by cities like London, New York, and Los Angeles.

Dubers are complaining that they’re being charged more than they’re getting.

According to The Irish Times, the average price for Dublin water has increased by over 50 percent in the last few years.

Water bills have increased by 70 percent in Dublin in the same time period, and the city has been hit particularly hard by a shortage of toilets, pipes, and valves.

According the Irish Times report, water has been in short supply for months, as well.

Many residents have been forced to travel long distances to get to a potable water supply.

Dubs water supply has also seen an increase in leaks, which have resulted in an increase of 2,000 cases of Legionnaires’ disease, according the Irish Department of Health.

The problem has led to a drop in the overall level of the water supply in Dublin.

However, there are also reports that it’s been getting worse.

Last year, the city had a total of 1,824 leaks, but last month that number fell to 517, according Irish Times.

The city now has a total number of 1.1 million leaks.

Dubbers are complaining about the lack of a reliable water supply, which has led them to demand more from their city.

They’re complaining about it being cheaper to drink in places like New York and London, but in Dublin it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get the drinkable water you need to get through the day.