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Positive mental health celebrated using only pancakes and a smile

Pancake Tuesday was used by the Fingal Mental Health Association and Mental Health Ireland to promote positive mental health.

Meeting held with group calling for a new BMX track for Swords

Council officials have held a 'constructive meeting' with a new group in Swords who are pursuing a project to bring a BMX track to the town.

Children 'were not always safe' in Oberstown

An HIQA report has found that children were 'not always safe' at Oberstown detention centre for children in Lusk and that best practice was not always followed at the facility.

Racist graffiti removed from social housing site

Fingal County Council has confirmed that it has removed racist graffiti that was painted on hoardings surrounding a new social housing development in Swords.

Violent crime sweeps county

The last seven days has seen two armed robberies and a violent stabbing on the streets of Balbriggan and Donabate as violent crime continues to grip the county in the early months of 2015.

Swords Main Street set for big night-time revival as town pursues Purple Flag award

Hot on the heels of a developing masterplan for the Swords Castle area of Swords, now the town's Main Street is to get some badly needed attention with a new plan to revive it and make it the centre of the town's efforts to win a 'Purple Flag'.

Handgun used in Donabate robbery

An armed gang threatened to shoot a security guard in a terrifying raid on a Supervalu supermarket in Donabate, last Saturday evening.

Man jailed for role in violent hijacking of taxi driver's van

A man who took part in the violent hijacking of a taxi driver's van has been jailed for three years.

Swords gardai probe two armed raids

Swords gardaĆ­ are investigating two armed raids that took place in the space of four days on the Donabate peninsula as concerns increase in that community about an upsurge in crime.

Bill proposed to avert home tax 'time-bomb'

Legislation is making its way though the Oireachtas that a Fingal senator has said has the power to avert a 'property tax time-bomb' for householders in the county.