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Ripples of disappointment as three of Fingal’s bathing spots fail water quality tests

Five Dublin beaches – including three on the Fingal coast – have failed to meet minimum standards for water quality. Bathing water at Loughshinny, Portrane...

Ongar residents in pyrite purgatory ‘deserve better’

Fingal County Council is “engaging robustly” with the bondholder for Ongar Village in a bid to take the estate in charge and begin pyrite...

Crime spike sees fresh calls for more gardai

Fingal: Shop assistant stabbed in arm was just one of a spree of Fingal incidents

Airport employment soars as 350 jobs added

Swords: Transport hub has busiest year yet, with passenger rise driving related staff growth

Site chosen for sewage plant draws controversy

The decision to locate a €500 million sewage treatment plant in Dublin North has been slammed as “outrageous"

Plan for school is picking up pace

Blanch: School’s long wait begins to bear fruit

Irish Water transfer sparks project fears

Swords: Plug may be pulled on vital drainage and reservoir plans as new body takes over

Bleeding good film fest set for Donabate next week

The Bleeding Pig Film Festival in Donabate is back for its third year, from Monday, September 10 to Wednesday 12. The screenings are supported by...

Skerries cleans up with Tidy Towns prize

‘Attractive’ seaside town beats off competition for second year in row

Limits to cemetery access cause concern

Cemetery: council proposes sunday closure

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