As the autumn weather begins to turn, pumpkin patches are running out of supplies whilst skeletons and witches are popping up across households in Fingal. That can only mean Halloween is fast approaching, and Fingal County Council has scheduled an array of Halloween events for all to enjoy.
The people of Fingal are to receive immediate help with the cost of living, according to Fine Gael TD, Alan Farrell, who was speaking after Ministers Heather Humphreys and Michael McGrath announced payment dates for eight upcoming Budget Cost of Living Supports.
Labour health spokesperson and Fingal TD Duncan Smith has demanded that the government put in place an immediate timeline and guarantee a process for engagement with workers in the community and voluntary sector.
Fingal County Libraries is delighted to announce that the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) has published a photographic collection titled ‘Fingal and the Fight for Irish Freedom’ – the first collection published by Fingal County Libraries in DRI.
Labour health spokesperson and Fingal TD Duncan Smith, speaking on World Mental Health Day, urged the government to take a lead in ending the stigma surrounding mental health by introducing a Mental Health funding grant of €20 per pupil in schools, and to adequately resource Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) once and for all.
Dublin Fingal TD and member of the Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Alan Farrell, has said that recent hate crime statistics published by An Garda Síochána, reinforce the need for the introduction of the Hate Crime legislation.
The annual Kettles Day gathering to celebrate the lives and legacy of Andrew Kettle who was a founding member of the National Land League with Charles Stewart Parnell and his son Tom, a poet, writer, barrister, professor of economics and soldier, was held recently in Kettles Park on Kettles, in Drynam Swords.
TIER Mobility this week welcomed the publication of the OECDs report on redesigning Ireland’s transport sector in order to bring about net zero emissions, which specifically highlights how shared mobility as well as e-scooters and e-bikes will be vital in order to achieve this, as the company racks up 40,000km of use on its shared e-bikes, in Fingal.
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, and local Fingal TD Darragh O’Brien, has signed into law revised planning exemptions for the installation of solar panels on the rooftops of houses and certain non-domestic buildings. The exemptions are aimed at increasing Ireland’s generation of solar energy and combating climate change. The changes take immediate effect.
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