Monday, September 23, 2019

Gender agenda sees Fianna Fail manoeuvre Butler to the sidelines

Fianna Fail Cllr Darragh Butler says he is “bitterly disappointed” at his party’s decision to choose candidates for the next general election based on...

Haiti Helpers: Fingal volunteers joining group to rebuild for community

Four Fingal volunteers will travel to Haiti this week to help rebuild a school destroyed in a devastating earthquake eight years ago. Geoff Duff from...

Desperate search for Liga goes on

A man whose partner has been missing in India for a month says he plans to fly back there to continue the search for...

Fry Railway works ‘imminent’

Fingal County Council has finally confirmed that it’s full steam ahead for the long-awaited Casino & Fry Model Railway project in Malahide. At an area...

Family asks why ambulance was sent from distant source

The family of a Balbriggan man who died suddenly after a night out have questioned why an ambulance was dispatched from 20 miles away...
Youth Volunteer of the Year

Rush lad named Youth Volunteer of the Year

Leaving Cert student Niall Gosson has been named one of two All-Ireland Youth Volunteers of the Year for his phenomenal community work. Niall, a student...
Tyrrelstown residents have been warned about bogus collectors in the area

Warnings as bogus collectors prowl Fingal

Burglars are posing as charity collectors and using young kids to call door-to-door targeting vacant houses over the Easter holidays, it has been warned. Neighbourhood...
Linda Byrne said the Government is "passing the buck" on a school place for her son Ryan

Fingal mother says Government is “passing the buck” on autistic son’s school place

A Balbriggan mother fighting to find a school place in September for her autistic son has accused the Government of “passing the buck”. Linda Byrne...

Rush man to become oldest person to travel globe by bike

End of a wheelie impressive, record-breaking adventure looms for Dermot

Hip-hop crew step up bid to win €50k

Brilliant dance kids hoping to scoop €50k Ireland’s Got Talent victory