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Big technology boost for Fingal Counselling Service

FINGAL Counselling Service stepped into the future last week when they launched a brand new computer system at its Brackenstown Resource Centre in Swords.

Coláiste Choilm secures funding for autism unit

A SWORDS secondary school has won approval and funding from the Department of Education for a new unit to help students with autism continue their education in a mainstream school.

Enterprise Week has much to offer

WITH figures revealing growing numbers of Irish start-ups last month, Fingal-based small business owners and entrepreneurs have joined forces with local enterprise support agencies to launch this year's Fingal Enterprise Week programme.

Marie scoops €40,000

A BALLYBOUGHAL woman has scooped a whopping €40,000 on this season's first episode of 'Winning Streak' on RTE.

Man convicted of sex assault may be jailed

A MAN who followed a woman and slapped her bottom may have his eight month suspended sentence for sexual assault activated after he committed a public order offence during the suspended period.

RNLI rescue five from distressed motorboat

ON the first day of September, the hard-working and courageous volunteers of Skerries RNLI were once again called out to sea to assist a group of four adults and one child who had developed engine problems on their motorboat.

Duo are accused of having stolen steel tube from boat

TWO men who are alleged to have stolen a steel tube from a boat in Balbriggan Harbour are to have their case heard later this month.

Tom appointed to UN co-ordinator role

A LUSK man who was the former CEO of Concern and chaired the Constitutional Convention is to return to fighting world hunger in an important new role at the UN.

Boom is back

SWORDS may be remembered as the place a new housing boom started after the town witnessed scenes of hungry house-hunters queuing overnight for new homes.

Scenes stirred some uneasy memories

A SWORDS councillor and neighbour of Millers Glen where eager potential homeowners queued four days in advance of the development's launch, has said that while the scenes stirred some uncomfortable memories, the estate is part of a necessary boost to housing supply in the town.