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Locals fearful of the rise in anti-social behaviour in Malahide and Howth

Locals in Howth and Malahide have been concerned about the amount of anti-social behaviour happen...

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13.37 4 May 2021


Locals fearful of the rise in anti-social behaviour in Malahide and Howth


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13.37 4 May 2021


Locals in Howth and Malahide have been concerned about the amount of anti-social behaviour happening in recent weeks involving groups of youths.

Gardai are investigating an incident where a woman was knocked onto a train track at a Dart station over the weekend.

Social Democrats councillor who represents the Howth and Malahide area Joan Hopkins, Nicola Byrne, Secretary of the Malahide Old village Residents association and owner of Lifeline ambulance David Hall spoke to Andrea about the issue.

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