Three men and three women, ages ranging from late teens to early 40s, were arrested in the operation.
Housing department publishes report on Donegal quarries
AN audit of Donegal’s quarries has found administrative non-compliance but little concern with the tested performance of the products themselves. The purpose of the audit was to evaluate the compliance of block manufacturers and quarries with the Construction Products Regulation when placing concrete blocks or aggregates for concrete on the market. The survey by the […]
Investigation after lorry theft in Killygordon
The Scania was stolen from a yard at The Bower, on the Convoy Road leaving Killygordon on Sunday, December 4.
Donegal households urged to stay warm and well
A new ‘Reduce Your Use, Stay Warm and Well booklet’ gives practical advice on how to reduce energy.
Gortahork man dies in road crash in Australia
A Gortahork man has died following a road accident in Australia. Details of the death of Rory Greene of Ardsbeg have been posted on the website www.rip.ie. His death notice reads, “The tragic death has occurred, due to a road traffic accident in Australia, of Rory Greene, Ardsbeg, Gortahork, where he has resided this last […]
Angry scenes as protesters gather in Lifford
COUNCILLORS have been confronted in Lifford this morning by families affected by the defective blocks scandal. Hundreds of people gathered outside the County House in anger at what they perceive is a lack of action by Donegal County Council and national government. Councillors were challenged to address this morning’s protest and there were loud boos […]
Donegal man dies after being struck by a vehicle
The man, who has been named locally as Mark McDaid, was from Carndonagh.
‘Tennessee is so backward it feels almost dystopian’
AS wider America digests the results of its mid-term elections a woman with strong ties to Donegal living in Tennessee says the southern state is “slipping into fascism”. The language of USA politics will mean relatively little to those on this side of the Atlantic – The Democrats have retained control of the Senate after winning a […]
Hoteliers lay out growing challenges facing sector
DONEGAL’S political representatives have been told of the “skyrocketing energy costs” and other challenges facing the hospitality sector. Hotel and guesthouse owners met with TDs and senators to discuss what the future holds for the tourism industry as 2023 approaches. While there has been a welcome upturn in tourism in 2022 businesses remain in recovery mode having survived the […]
Popular businessman to be laid to rest on Wednesday
LOCAL businessman Eddie Tinney will be laid to rest on Wednesday following his sudden death. Mr Tinney died in a farming accident while working at lands at Tullygay on the outskirts of the town yesterday. He was rushed to Letterkenny University Hospital at around 11.25ambut passed away a short time later. Advertisement Mr Tinney was […]