Myra Gleeson speaks with Bernard Fagan from Fingal Tourism Office about the restoration and excavation of Sword 13th Century Castle. Getting to Swords Castle by bus no.s: 33,41, 41C. Entrance to the Castle is free except for the summer concerts 20th July Nathan Carter…
Deputy Mayor of Fingal, Cllr. Cathal Boland (Independent) joins Johnny Holmes to speak about the amount of litter being left behind by members of the public on our beaches in Fingal. Visit: www.fingal.ie
Independent Cllr. Joe Newman joins Johnny Holmes to discuss the need for more funding & resources to ensure 100% success for Fingal Biodiversity Action plan 2022 – 2023.
Independent Cllr. Tony Murphy joins Johnny to discuss the new sustainable business initiative aimed at SME sector in Fingal and also about the new high-level work programme agreed by Safe Balbriggan Group to help tackle crime & ant-social behaviour in the town
Deputy Mayor of Fingal, Cllr. Robert O’Donoghue (Labour Party) joins Johnny to speak about the new development of social & affordable housing in Lusk.
Lifeline – Michael Sullivan chats with Dr Lucy Michael, Spokesperson, Fingal Communities Against Racism
Michael Sullivan chats with Dr Lucy Michael, Spokesperson, Fingal Communities Against Racism, about the attempt by far right activists to stir racial tensions in Balbriggan
Project coordinator Wunmi Ategi from World4Worldchildren joins Donie to discuss Fingal Inclusion week coming to Blanchardstown
Alan Farrell, TD (FG) joins Johnny to discuss why public should NOT travel abroad despite Green List Publication, financial support & help to address digital divide at third level for students in Fingal and the Stimulus Package – Govt’s commitment to business,…
Rachel Darcy from the Dublin Gazette joins Johnny to discuss the main stories and current issues from City & Fingal issues
Mayor of Fingal, Eoghan O’Brien (Fianna Fail) speaks with Johnny Holmes aboutthe Model Railway in Malahide, New Tidy Towns Group in Baldoyle, Major boost for Coastal Projects in Fingal and also the Climate Action Plan launch by Fingal County Council