Irish Rail have begun to introduce 'bike lockers' at train stations in Fingal to combat a growing problem of bicycle theft at local stations.
Residents in Rosepark estate in Balrothery have lodged a formal objection to build 10 social housing units on a tract of land that the community understood was reserved for recreational use.
Swords should retain both its HSE ambulance and the ambulance provided by the Dublin Fire Brigade, according to a local councillor who has appealed to the council to resist any attempt to take the fire ambulance service away from the town.
Phase one of a project that will create a new outdoor performance courtyard for the Seamus Ennis Arts Centre in the Naul has been completed ahead of time and the new space should be open for business, comfortably in time for next summer.
With Christmas just around the corner, what better way to get into the festive spirit than with Oxfam Malahide's Designer Event on Thursday 20th November.
Tuesday last week I was sitting down watching the RTE 1 Nine O'Clock News. I was about to turn off the television when I half heard something about a report from the Garda Inspectorate. I put down what I was doing and decided to listen and then after the news the Chief Inspector of the Garda Inspectorate, Robert K Olson was interviewed by Miriam O'Callaghan on Prime Time.
STUDENTS at Colaiste Choilm in Swords participated in a week long event to promote the school's literacy plan.
A SWORDS company is riding the crest of a wave after scooping €20,000 in funding after winning the regional final of a prestigious business competition.
SKERRIES Town FC is launching a new initiative to open up the sport of soccer to children with disabilities from all around Fingal.
FINGAL Ravens has a new sponsor on board with Gannon Recovery Services making the generous gesture of sponsoring the clubs new U12s kit.