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Coleman Quinn & Associates Limited

Architects Architects

"Couldn\'t be more helpful, thanks a million, will recommend you to anyone who asks... Karen xxx"

Summer Inn Chinese Takeaway

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"Do NOT order from this place! I ordered a dinner portion of crispy shredded chicken with no veg and what I recieved was less than "

Energie Fitness Club

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"Took my 12 and a half year old daughter and an 11 year old girl to swim this afternoon, my daughter is a member for years but be"

Shannons Solicitors

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"I would trust Shannons with any legal matter I might have to deal with again. They are all really professional and had my best int"

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Beauty Salon Beauty Salon

"Experienced helpful therapists, free parking and ongoing special offers, call for more info"

Capco Roofing

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"We are no longer located in Swords"

Mid Knight Electrical Limited

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"Karl fitted a change in the under sink plumbing in a professional efficient manner, I\'d recommend this company without hesitat"

McNally's Pharmacy

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"Poor counter staff. Very dopey. The chemist seems to change regulary too. No consistency and make you wait a really long time."

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    Ashe biography is out for centenary

    A biography of a Fingal hero has been re-printed and released as we near the centenary of his death and 'I Die in a Good Cause - Thomas Ashe: A Biography' hits the shelves in book stores....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    A billion reasons to celebrate for Ryanair as it looks to the future

    Earlier this month, Swords-based Ryanair celebrated carrying its one billionth passenger since its first flight took off from Waterford to London Gatwick, in July 1985. ...

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    We are 'prime target' for cyber-criminals

    Ireland is dangerously vulnerable to cyber-crime according to Fianna Fail Seanad Spokesperson for Justice, Children and Youth Affairs and Fingal representative, Senator Lorraine Clifford Lee....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Warning of 'pain' two years ago

    More than two years ago, a council official warned there would be 'pain' and 'disruption' for the people of rush during the construction phase of the long-awaited project that will bring to an end the flow of raw sewage off the shores of Rush and thi...

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Appeal for little Skerries girl who needs spine op

    A Skerries mum, who only discovered her ten-year-old daughter has severe Scoliosis following a fall from her roller skates, has launched a Go Fund Me page to raise money for minimally invasive surgery in Philadelphia to help straighten her spine....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Dublin Airport Central in mix for the EMA

    The Dublin Airport Central office development is in the mix for the relocation of the European Medicines Agency which is moving from UK following the Brexit decision and Minister for Health, Simon Harris says Dublin is the 'perfect new home' for the ...

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Fine for man who forgot he had cocaine

    A man who was caught with two bags of cocaine 'forgot' he had the drugs on him following a stag night....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Council defends road closure proposals

    Fingal County Council has responded to criticism of the way it has approached a controversial road closure that will see the main road between Rush and Skerries closed for up to three months....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Airside investment welcome but Metro needed for more

    A local TD has welcomed further investment in Airside Retail Park but said further development at the site and the economic future of Swords depends on the delivery of Metro North....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Balbriggan teen is bound for catwalk

    A Balbriggan teenager is hoping to fulfil her dream career and follow in the footsteps of her hero supermodel Naomi Campbell....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Rush road closure is 'a complete disaster'

    'A complete disaster' is how one Rush resident has described a proposal to close down the Rush to Skerries Road for almost three months to allow work to progress on the vital project to end the flow of sewage off the Rush coast....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    'I feel like I've lost nine years of my life'

    Fingal County Council has confirmed that a 45-year-old man with a disability stuck in a nursing home for the elderly in Swords for nine years because he cannot access appropriate housing, is on a Fingal housing waiting list and the council is in cont...

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    August is a dangerous month on Fingal waters

    Fingal's coastal communities as well as the legions of tourists that will be visiting our beaches over the remaining weeks of the summer have been warned that August is the Coast Guard and RNLI's busiest month for rescues....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    Crucial ?20m Donabate road project advancing

    Arguably the most important road project in Fingal has reached a significant milestone in its development as Fingal County Council announces the launch of the second stage of the tender process for the Donabate Distributor Road....

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details

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    O'Reilly on tackling A&E crisis

    Speaking at the launch of Sinn Féin's health document, 'Addressing Capacity: ending the chaos in accident and emergency', Sinn Féin Health Spokesperson and Fingal TD, Deputy Louise O'Reilly has called for immediate action to tackle the ongoing crisis...

    Date: 19th August 2017 Full details


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