Sunday, December 16, 2018

Unanimous verdict on tiger kidnapping

A MAN who took part in a tiger kidnapping in which a postmistress, her daughter and a visiting student were abducted from their Malahide...

Strong support to move West Dublin bus stop after assaults

Calls to move a West Dublin bus stop which is a notorious spot for assaults and muggings have been backed by councillors living in...

Give Balbriggan €10m hub x-ray facilities – Reilly

X-ray and ultrasound diagnostic facilities should be installed at the new Balbriggan Primary Care Centre, according to a local GP and Senator. Dr James...

Rush locals are mulling public patrols to deter gangs

Rush residents are proposing “peaceful patrols” of the town in a bid to tackle gangs who are terrorising teens and mugging them at knifepoint....

Man facing €1m theft sentencing is rushed to hospital

A former charity director who admitted stealing more than €1 million from a voluntary organisation and from friends and family has been rushed to...

Sinn Fein Swords poll topper announces he quits council seat

Sinn Fein Cllr Philip Lynam will quit his seat on Fingal County Council at the local authority’s December meeting, he has confirmed. The Swords area...

New Swords sculptures combine local beauty, heritage and nature

A four-metre high piece of bog oak dating back five centuries is among a series of sculptures installed in Swords to reflect its heritage,...

Swell of anger over gang thugs on the rampage in Fingal

A public meeting called in the wake of a spike in assaults and muggings earlier this week heard from angry residents who say enough...

Approval for 15m phone mast near school ‘beggars belief’

A decision to grant permission for a 15m phone mast near a school and church in Castleknock has been blasted as “disgraceful”. An Bord Pleanala...

‘Why is my life not important enough for them to help?’ asks Clonsilla teen

A teenager battling leukaemia who was denied a medical card has written to An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar asking: “Why am I being punished for...

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