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Fingal's flagship heritage sites set for big investment

Three of the county's flagship heritage sites are set for heavy investment over the next three years with some €5 million earmarked for capital investment in Newbridge Demesne, Malahide Castle and Swords Castle and its environs.

Irish charities at the frontline in dealing with the horrors of Ebola

Concern Worldwide's CEO Dominic MacSorley gave a talk in Tralee on Thursday evening. Readers who are familiar with Concern will know that its origins began over 40 years ago when it was a volunteer-based organisation. Nurses, doctors, plumbers, teachers and engineers volunteered to work for periods of time in places such as Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Sudan.

New hope on the horizon for Castlemills road access plan

After several false dawns, it now appears that the long awaited new access road for Castlemills is back on the council agenda and could go to tender before the end of the year.

Crime 'text alert' scheme launched in Ballyboughal

Ballyboughal is the latest rural community to join Fingal's growing network of 'Text Alert' schemes aimed at helping gardaí fight crime in rural communities.

Lusk food company wins on the double at prestigious awards ceremony

A Fingal-based food company, which supplies SuperValu stores around the country, has had a fantastic result in this year's Blas na hÉireann National Irish Food Awards.

'Death wish' woman lay on road

A judge asked a woman, who was intoxicated and lying on a blind bend on a road, did she have a 'death wish' after a court heard a car had stopped three feet away from her.

Proposed Rush to Lusk walkway route must wait

The proposed walkway and cycleway between Donabate and Malahide known as the 'Broadmeadow Way' will be completed before any extension of the route to Rush and Lusk is considered.

Govt 'playing into hands of criminals' with cigarettes hike

A north Dublin retailer has slammed the Government's Budget of placing 40 cent on the price of a packet of cigarettes saying they are 'playing into the hands of criminals.'

'We won't pay'

A major demonstration against water charges planned for this Saturday in Balbriggan will 'lock down the town' according to its organisers who expect a big crowd venting their anger against the controversial charges at the public demonstration.

Ambitious Lusk stadium plan on hold

In the heady days of the Celtic Tiger there were plans on the drawing board for an impressive sports stadium for Lusk but those plans have gathered dust in recent years and there is no sign of the ambitious project being revived.