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Recent News

Award considered for Flynn

The council is to look into how it might acknowledge the achievements of local GAA hero, Paul Flynn who is the only Dublin inter-county player ever to win four All-Star awards in a row.

Owner fined for employing pair without permits

A Chinese takeaway owner has been fined a total of €1,700 after she employed two workers without work permits.

Man fined for third drugs offence

A young man who was in possession of three Ecstasy tablets has been convicted and fined €1,200 as it is his third drugs offence.

Section of cliff walk was in danger of falling into sea

The council's operations department has explained that it was forced to close a section of the popular cliff walk between Donabate and Portrane after a structural engineer's report said the path was in danger of falling into the sea.

Passenger numbers up by 8% at Dublin Airport in 2014

Passenger numbers at Dublin Airport increased by 8% last year to 21.7 million.

Growth in flights in Irish airspace

Total flights in Irish airspace grew by 2.7% during 2014, marks a strong return to positive territory for almost all sectors of Irish air traffic, according to the IAA.

Business owners to benefit under new programme

Business owners across Fingal, as well as Louth, are set to benefit from a subsidised Business Growth Programme commencing next month.

Huge crowds turn out for Corrstown drive in

A HUGE crowd braved the cold January weather for the traditional Captains' Drive-In at Corrstown Golf Club recently.

Teen charged with car offence

A TEENAGER charged with a number of offences including the unauthorised taking of a car, bicycle and a truckster is to have his case heard next month.

Peninsula Labour Party voices anger on Burrow

The local branch of the Labour Party on the Donabate/Portrane Peninsula has written to the Chief Executive of Fingal County Council voicing the 'anger and frustration' of local residents at the slow pace of progress on protecting the homes and coastline of the Burrow in Portrane.