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Fingal:

see Finn mac CumhailFinn mac Cumhail,
 Fionn mac Cumhail,
or Finn MacCool
, semimythical Irish hero. His exploits are recorded in long narrative poems by Ossian and in many ballads, called Fenian ballads after the Fenians, or Fianna, professional fighters whom Finn was said
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Fingal county council intends to tender for microsoft services from organisations with expertise and capability in the deployment of projects in the following areas:
Fingal County Council We, The Board of Management, Castleknock Educate Together National School intend to apply For Retention Permission for Previously Approved Development at Castleknock Educate Together National School, Beechpark Avenue, Castleknock, Dublin 15.
NYSE: JEC), a global provider of technical, professional, and construction services, has been chosen to develop a drainage project for Fingal County Council.
The library in Rush, Co Dublin, is brand new and has more than 20,000 books, but because of a recruitment freeze, Fingal County Council cannot hire anyone to work there.
Construction of a second main runway at Dublin Airport was approved by the Fingal County Council Planning Dept.
The plans were approved by Fingal County Council on Wednesday (12 April).
Spokesman for Fingal County Council Environment Department John Crothers admitted there was a problem.
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They were Merrion Strand in Dublin City Council, Ballyloughane, Tran a BHFORBACHA and Clifden in Galway City Council and Loughshinny and Portrane in Fingal County Council.
So far, they have been prevented from doing so by Fingal County Council.
The new building was formally opened by Des Collins, Vice President, Bridgestone Europe, in the company of Frank Gormely, Chairman, Howard Holdings, who were joint developers of the project with Fingal County Council.
Hans Visser, from Fingal County Council, added: "The last time we had red kites breeding in North County Dublin would have been more than a century ago, so this is a pretty amazing result.