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13th Jan 2022

Right to worship being overtaken by right to cycle, church elder claims (Irish Times)

Howth Presbyterian church clerk of session Margaret McKenna Clerk and minister Alastair Dunlop are criticising Fingal County Council plans for a cycle lane. Photograph: Alan Betson Cycle lane decision ‘plain wrong’ as Howth Presbyterian church parking will be blocked The.
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02nd Dec 2021

AIB Raheny Diversifies with Al Fresco Banking

Since the closure of AIB Sutton Cross, when the reduction in footfall was presented as one of the key factors in its decisions, branch queues outside the Raheny branch have been growing. Covid measures aside, the Raheny branch has been.
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10th Nov 2021

Howth Castle – An 800 year era comes under the hammer

With Howth Castle, and the Deerpark Estate already sold to Tetrarch, the hammer finally came down in September 2021 on the contents, historical artefacts etc., that have graced this extraordinary property over so many centuries. This Sale described by Auctioneer.
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04th Nov 2021

Two rescued after being cut off by tide at Baldoyle estuary

Coast Guard warns public to be wary of reduced visibility after pair get lost in north Dublin Two people who were cut off by the tide at Baldoyle estuary in north Dublin were rescued by the Coast Guard on Monday evening.The pair had become.
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29th Oct 2021

Now you see it………. AIB’s retreat from Sutton X leaves locals concerned

In a sign of the times, AIB has made a hasty retreat from Sutton X and the closure of the branch has been determined without consultation with its customers or the community. The decision to close the Sutton branch and.
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28th Oct 2021

Green light for the Deer Park apartment scheme despite criticism

Local residents have failed in attempts to prevent An Bord Pleanála from giving the green light for Glenveaghs Deer Park apartment scheme. The appeals board has agreed to reduce the scale of the scheme from 162 apartments to 113 apartments,.
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27th Oct 2021

Cryosculpt: The Next Generation of Weight Loss

It was while preparing for a TV role in HBO’s Warrior, shooting in Capetown, local actor Conor Mullen came face to face with the limitations of middle age. “I thought it would be an idea to lose a little weight.
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14th Mar 2021

Councillor Guerin Presses Reset Button On Councillor Expenses

It has been revealed that some local county councillors are being paid mileage for attending virtual meetings. The revelation was uncovered by the Irish Independent and TD’s are outraged that some have received mileage for attending the virtual meetings. A.
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14th Mar 2021

Big Plans For Your Local Lidl

Having first arrived in Ireland in 2000, today Lidl has 160 stores nationwide and almost 8% of the country's retail grocery market. The success of the Lidl no-frills offering has been at the heart Baldoyle store and its increasing footfall.
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14th Mar 2021

Howth Middle Pier Set For Christmas Completion

The continuing construction on the Howth Middle is going to plan according to the contractor John Sisk & Sons. What started in September 2020 is drawing towards a close and it is hoped that December will see the ribbon cut.
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10th Mar 2021

Gardaí vow to crack down on gang of youths carrying out indiscriminate assaults in north Dublin

GARDAÍ IN NORTH Dublin have vowed to increase patrols following recent attacks by what is suspected to be the same group of teenagers on innocent people in the Portmarnock and Baldoyle areas. On Tuesday, a 16-year-old boy received serious head.
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10th Mar 2021

Lockdown Walkabout – Local Man Walks 740 Miles for Charity

A 76-YEAR-OLD man is walking with a buggy from Galway to Howth to raise money for Crumlin Children’s Hospital in memory of his daughter who died aged 19.  Eugene O’Leary will complete the 225-kilometre journey tomorrow at Howth after he.
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10th Mar 2021

New €2.5m Baldoyle to Portmarnock walking and cycling Greenway officially opened

Mayor of Fingal Cllr Eoghan O’Brien has officially opened the new €2.5m Baldoyle to Portmarnock walking and cycling greenway project, a vital first phase of the overall Sutton to Malahide Greenway Scheme. Mayor O’Brien was joined by Chief Executive AnnMarie.
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23rd Feb 2021

Howth New Pier Gets Go-Ahead From Fingal

With funding of almost 3 million Euros from the European Social and Economic Fund, the Howth Pier extension finally got under way with unanimous approval both from local council officials and the local community. Despite the travails of lockdown, the.
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