Friday, November 24, 2017

First phase of ‘mini village’ near Baldoyle given the green light

THE first phase of a major development which could create a new ‘mini village’ near Baldoyle was last week given the green light. Fingal County...

We’re here to take over

The East Coast Motorcycling Club has announced that they are running 2017’s Irish Road Race finale. The circuit – previously run as Killalane Road...

Renewed calls for Government to fasttrack Estuary Greenway

THE Green Party has called on the Government to fund the long-awaited Malahide-Donabate Greenway. The walkway and cycling route spanning the Broadmeadow Estuary has been...

Locals want to sea action over growing gull problem

HOWTH residents who claim the seaside town is under siege from seagulls have taken their case to Minister for Regional Affairs Heather Humphreys. The tourism...

Twenty one Fingal SMEs to share in €241K windfall

A €241,000 cash injection has been approved by Fingal’s Local Enterprise Office through a number of its grant schemes aimed at supporting small businesses. The...

Accessible Wheelchair set for North County Dublin Beach

A new wheelchair specifically designed for beach use has been created for people with disabilities or mobility restrictions. This is the third addition to Fingal...

‘Stop our homes being a target for thuggery’

Fed-up residents demand full-time security guard at local supermarket

Landing ahoy! Fingal pilot swaps plane for rowboat

DUBLIN pilot Rob Mead will swap his plane for a boat as he embarks on a 200-mile non-stop ocean race in shark-invested waters to...

Gardai investigating the murder of a man in Swords renew their appeal for information

Gardai at Swords have appealed for two taxi drivers, who were working on the morning of the man's death, to come forward. The father of three,...

‘People in Fingal don’t believe Metro North will ever happen’

THERE have been renewed calls to fast track Metro North after Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe appeared hesitant about the project last week. Outlining the Government’s...

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