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Recent News

New exit for Ridgewood is turned down

FINGAL County Council has effectively ruled out providing a second entrance and exit to Ridgewood estate in Swords in the short term in despite appeals from the estate's residents.

Local firms lead job creation drive

SOME 75 new jobs are set to created over the next years by award-winning small businesses in the region which were honoured at last week's successful Fingal Enterprise Week.

Malahide creche in court following RTE investigation

A MALAHIDE crèche and its owner have been brought before Dublin District Court accused of several breaches of childcare regulations arising out of an RTE investigation.

Pressure builds in Fingal's opposition to water charges

HUNDREDS of Fingal residents were expected to join the weekend's demonstrations in the city centre against water charges as opposition to the controversial charges grows in the county.

Large crowd attend fun event in Malahide

OVER 80 people attended a Business After 6 Networking evening, held by Fingal Dublin Chamber, Malahide Castle and Gardens along with Avoca, which showcased the corporate facilities of the Castle in a relaxed and fun environment recently.

Bowlers enjoy terrific season

the summer is well and truly over and with it, ends the current lawn bowling season which has been a memorable one for Skerries Lady Bowlers.

Beaumont driving to become first age friendly hospital

THE first in a series of focus group meetings aimed at older hospital services users from across Fingal has taken place as part of Beaumont Hospital's drive to become the first age-friendly hospital in the country.

Book lovers in for a treat as part of Big Read programme

BOOK lovers across the region are in for a treat during the week as the council libraries will be taking part in the international Big Library Read Programme.

Remand for allegedly driving under influence

A MAN charged with attempting to drive while under the influence of alcohol is to have his case heard in November.

EU Anti-Trafficking Day to be marked in Swords this week

EU Anti-Trafficking Day takes place this weekend and the initiative will be marked in Swords.