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    Aileen's a veggie hero

    Swords food blogger, Aileen Cox-Blundell, has founded one of nine new companies selected to take part in Food Works, Ireland's leading accelerator programme for food and drink start-ups. ...

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Should Fingal bring in the car clampers

    There appears to be no easy solution to a problem on Oaklands Avenue in Swords where cars are regularly parking on the estate's green space with some councillors suggesting clamping might tackle the issue....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Drink-driving case proceeds following Supreme Court ruling

    One of the first drink-driving cases to be heard following the Supreme Court's dismissal of a challenge by a Romanian man, who argued his drink-driving prosecution could not proceed because he was not supplied with a breath alcohol statement in Irish...

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Antisocial behaviour needs a new approach

    A Swords councillor who says that a spike in antisocial behaviour in the Fingal capital shows no sign of abating, has appealed for a new level of co-operation between local councillors and gardaí to tackle the issue....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    'Grade As' for Balbriggan and Dublin Airport environs in end-of-year IBAL report

    Looking deeper into the results of the IBAL survey of Balbriggan as well as Dublin Airport and its environs, makes for pleasant reading for Fingal County Council as well as local community volunteers and Balbriggan Tidy Towns. ...

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Councillor criticises flood report

    A Lusk councillor has criticised a report given to him by the council on flooding between Newhaggard and Blake's Cross, calling the report 'disrespectful'....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Ricoh sign print deal in wedding stationery firm

    Swords-based company, Ricoh Ireland has announced it has helped Lantz significantly increase its production capacity and reduce turnaround times with a ?75,000 deal. ...

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Fingal emerges clean as a whistle from litter survey

    The latest survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter has good news for Fingal with the only two areas surveyed in Fingal making the top 10 nationally in terms of towns and districts that are litter free....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Half-way around the world!

    Rush man, Dermot Higgins spent Christmas along with his bike on the Nullarbor Plain in Australia, a long way from home after he completed more than half his journey to become the oldest man to cycle around the world....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    'Goal-den' mile in Skerries

    Over 100 hardy souls got the new year off to an active start and all in a good cause when they turned out for the annual Skerries GOAL Mile on New Year's Day....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Malahide's ?38.9m jackpot!

    A small local family syndicate saw their dreams come through when they collected a life-changing ?38.9m EuroMillions jackpot cheque at National Lottery HQ on Monday after buying their winning ticket at the Village Shop in Malahide....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    'Rush Heart Safe' launches first AED

    Rush is continuing to lead the way in being 'heart safe' after a local fundraising campaign succeeded in installing the town's first town centre public defibrillator, in a movement inspired by the collapse of a nine-year-old local boy in his school y...

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Sporting new scholarships

    ITB (Institute of Technology Blanchardstown) saw the Annual Sports Scholarships being awarding to ITB students recently, where a total of 22 scholarships were awarded to sports students in kick-boxing, soccer, basketball, rugby, pool, canoeing, boxin...

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Dubs star inspires Malahide with his beautiful calendar

    A former Dublin Minors captain from Malahide is inspiring people in a different these ways, turning his talents to photography, some nine years after a hit-and-run accident in Portugal changed his life forever....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Local schools to help pioneer new subject

    Three local secondary schools will be at the forefront of the introduction of Computer Science onto the second level curriculum as 40 schools around the country prepare to be the first to sit a State exam in the subject in 2020. ...

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details

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    Coming out of a Darkline

    Skerries native and author, Patrick Bentley is embarking on a new phase of his life after taking the difficult decision to halt to his ten-year, one-man writing crusade against the drug culture, and the impact it has on our young people....

    Date: 13th January 2018 Full details


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