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Concern over dumping at St Ita's forest

CONCERN has been expressed over the increase in antisocial behaviour and illegal dumping in the forest grounds and surrounding areas of St Ita's Hospital in Portrane.

Dad who tried to hide drugs in car has charge dropped

A FATHER-of-one who was caught hiding cannabis under the seat of his car after he tried to avoid a garda checkpoint had his case struck out after he made a charitable donation.

Thief punched teen in face

A YOUNG man who punched a teenager in the face a number of times and stole his Apple iPod has been placed on a Probation Bond for a further six months.

Malahide masterminds give Tidy Towns a boost

THE brainiacs of Malahide turned out in force recently to put their quizzing skills to the test in support of the town's pursuit of points in the national Tidy Towns competition.

Community projects benefit from €1.7m in building energy upgrades

CHARITIES, sports clubs and schools are among those reaping rewards of building energy upgrades.

Dublin Airport project aims to save over 600,000Wh in energy

THE Fingal Independent is featuring a Get Involved project at Dublin Airport this year that aims to completely transform the lighting system at Pier 1 and save over 600,000kWh in energy.

Businesses set to benefit from an improved trade forecast

FINGAL businesses that are exporting, particularly to the UK market, are well placed to benefit from improving trade forecasts for this year and next, according to a local TD.

Council working to improve lighting in Boroimhe estate

FINGAL County Council says it is working with two management companies to improve public lighting on the huge Boroimhe estate in Swords.

'Bin It Your Way' campaign boost

THE Mayor of Fingal, Councillor Mags Murray, has called on people to 'Bin It Your Way' in a Gum Litter Taskforce (GLT) mid-campaign boost which took place recently.

Speeding in Chapel Lane a danger

SIGNS are required at the entrance of a Swords estate in a bid to slow motorists down before there is a major accident.