Prime parcel of land on market
WITH family homes in short supply in the Fingal area and a significant change in the property market with signs of improvement, a prime parcel of land has come on the market.
Link with Philippines motivates funds drive
THE people of Rush are being mobilised to help the destitute people of Kalibo parish in the Philippines, who have been devastated by the horrific might of Typhoon Haiyan.
Archbishop officially opens Malahide Pastoral Centre
THE new state-of-the-art Malahide Pastoral Centre, which is fast becoming the hub of the local community, has been officially opened.
Tesco express raises €3,000 for Aware
TESCO Express stores, inclding those based in Fingal, have raised over €3,000 for Aware, Tesco's Charity of the Year, with their recent Halloween activity.
Model behaviour from award-winning St. Joseph's team at 'UN conference'
STUDENTS from St Joseph's secondary school in Rush have struck gold at the National Model United Nations conference.
Keelings collect Bord Bia award
ONE of the best known family-owned businesses in the country, Fingal-based Keelings has cliniched a major awaard at the the Bord Bia Food and Drink Awards at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham.
Balbriggan man pleads guilty to manslaughter
A BALBRIGGAN man who pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of father-of-one Ciaran Noonan, who went missing from East Wall in Dublin over two years ago, will be sentenced in January.
Walk raises over €9,000
THE money has been counted, the sore feet rested and now the Fingal Independent can reveal that this year's annual charity walk for Cappagh in Oldtown raised a whopping €9,300.
Author PJ launches his new book 'Lie of the Land'
A NEW book featuring an account of the lives, loves, hatreds, failings and greatness of ordinary people based loosely on the social history of actual events is now on the shelves.
Council can only build two houses in next two years
DESPITE having 10,000 people waiting up to eight years for a local authority home in Fingal, the council has dropped a bombshell by admitting that it has authorisation to build just two new council houses in the Balbriggan and Swords electoral areas over the next two years.