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Local firm aims to secure homes

Ireland's first guaranteed burglar-proof windows and doors have been launched by Fingal-based company Fairco Windows and Doors.

Heroic security guard shortlisted for second award

A Swords security officer, who saved his uncle's life earlier in the year, has been shortlisted for a second award.

Dublin Airport will have its 'busiest winter since 2008'

Dublin Airport is about to have its best winter since 2008 as evidence mounts that the airport is climbing out of recession and returning to growth.

Trevor is on 'the edge' of retirement

It would be a remarkable enough achievement to teach at the same school for four decades but to be principal of the same school for 42 years has been the rare honour bestowed on one Trevor Richmond who has retired from his job at the helm of St Andrew's National School in Malahide.

Careers night at Ardgillan is just the job for students

ARDGILLAN Community College always has one eye on the future and it was the future careers of its students it had in mind recently when the Balbriggan school hosted a massive careers night.

Man found with drugs at his house

A YOUNG father who had €1,300 worth of the drug 'Snow Blow' in his home along with a weighing scales may escape a prison sentence if he is deemed suitable for community service work.

Historical society holds monthly talk

BALBRIGGAN and Bistrict Historical Society is holding its latest monthly talk this week.

St Ita's houses part of HSE proposals

THE future of empty housing units at the St Ita's Hospital campus in Portrane is uncertain but it seems unlikely they will be used to address the county's housing problems.

EPA launches Halloween air quality apppeal

HOUSEHOLDERS and the business community are being urged to help maintain Ireland's high air quality standards and not to damage the air in surrounding towns and villages during their Halloween celebrations.

Local councillors row over planned protests

ORGANISERS of the planned mass protest against water charges in Swords on November 1 have defended their call to 'shut the place down' on the day against charges from a local councillor that the protests could damage local businesses.