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Recent News

Council marks 20 years in business

Former and serving Councillors and retired Managers of Fingal County Council joined chief executive, Paul Reid and Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Mags Murray at an evening of celebration to mark the end of the 20th Anniversary year of Fingal County Council at County Hall, last Thursday.

Councillors' money list

The council is to look at a proposal to publish councillors' declarations of financial interest on its website.

1916 centenary planned

The council has established a working group within the local authority to examine how best the county can commemorate Fingal's role in the 1916 Rising, with the centenary of that event fast approaching.

Skerries world-record rower features in film

A Skerries rower who holds the world record for an unsupported row across the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, is the subject of a new documentary which aired on RTE last Sunday.

LPT bill for the council

WhILE the Local Property Tax will be a source of revenue for Fingal County Council it also comes with a cost for the local authority which has to pay the tax on council houses.

Labour TD says Metro North is still on the table

METRO North is 'still on the table' after the minister for transport revealed six possible solutions to the long-term public transport needs of Swords.

Metro North or LUAS are the 'only solutions'

A LOCAL councillor has said the six options presented for the future of public transport in Swords amount to 'pre-election promises' and insisted that a light rail solution was the only way to go.

Watch out for 'bogus' charity collections

THE local branch of the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind are warning their supporters across Fingal to be on the look-out for bogus collectors claiming to represent the charity.

Fingal kids greet Santa in hospital

Children in Temple Street over the festive season will still experience the magic of Christmas with the help of thousands of sparkling lights decorating the hospital

Call to encourage new voters

A Sinn Féin councillor has called on the council to initiate a new campaign to encourage non-nationals to register to vote.