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Ridgewood residents air views to council

RESIDENTS of Ridgewood who have been inundated with heavy construction traffic as new homes are built on the estate have made their feelings known on new measures put forward by Fingal County Council to address the issue.

Beware of dangerous jellyfish

FINGAL County Council has issued a warning to beach users along the Fingal coastline to be 'extremely vigilant' for dangerous Lion's Mane jellyfish that have been found in our waters and most of our beaches recently.

Council aims to improve standards across the county

FINGAL County Council's operations department welcomed the announcement that the latest survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) revealed that Fingal continues to uphold a high standard of cleanliness by national and European comparisons.

Skerries CC students make a point

SKERRIES Community College had another successful year when it came to the Leaving Certificate results with more than 20 of its students scoring over 500 points in the exam.

Toots founder plans 'gold coast' routes

THE man behind the popular road train 'Toots' in Malahide is bidding to expand his empire and run new routes from Malahide to Swords, Portmarnock and Howth, connecting what he calls 'Fingal's gold coast'.

Defib handed over to Swords Garda Station

SWORDS Garda Station has been presented with one of the two defibrillators donated to the town of Swords by local businesses.

Growth in exports encouraging for local businesses

EXPORTING companies in Fingal can be encourage by the latest figures for the sector, showing growth in the country's export business.

Stations deserted

ON Monday morning, the usual bustle of thousands of commuters flooding into Fingal rail stations was replaced by an eerie silence as the rail network ground to a halt in the second day of a strike at Irish Rail.

Swords snubbed in Boru tourism initiative to US

SWORDS and its important place in the story of Brian Boru as the location of the legendary figure's wake has been ignored by a delegation travelling to the United States to drum up 'Boru'-related tourism and the apparent snub has angered a local councillor.

Cleaner Swords keeps moving up litter league

SWORDS has jumped one place in the first round of the 2014 Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) Anti-Litter League results in what judges have described as a 'highly creditable result.'