A sign on a school gate saying the school is closed due to flooding
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Dozens of NI schools to remain closed

Hundreds of homes in Northern Ireland are still without running water as the water crisis enters its second week.

Burst pipes mean that dozens of schools, due to re-open tomorrow, may be unable to do so.

Supplies to 45,000 households were turned off overnight to try to save water.

Mark Simpson's report features Rosemary Rankin, the Principal of Riverside School and Bill Gowdy from NI Water.

  • 03 Jan 2011