Donegal County Council investigating fish kill

DONEGAL County Council says it is investigating a fish kill following a pollution incident near St Johnston. The local authority said it responded to a complaint from a member of the public in the St Johnston area late yesterday afternoon. They reported the presence of what appeared to be cattle slurry in a stream known […]

Free live webcast from MacGill Summer School

WITH this years’ MacGill Summer School only days away, Donegal County Council’s Webcasting team are busy putting in place the final touches to have proceedings webcasted live from Glenties for the duration of this years’ event. “We have been webcasting live from the MacGill Summer School for a number of years now and this service […]

Irish Water warns Donegal again to conserve water

  Irish Water is reiterating its request to residents and businesses in County Donegal supplied by Lough Colm and Lough Fad to continue to conserve water and minimise water usage for the foreseeable future due to the unseasonably dry weather conditions. Two meetings took place last Friday July 7 with elected representatives from the impacted […]

Cash boost as Ballyliffin gets Irish Open

GOVERNMENT agencies are providing €1 million to support the Irish Open following the announcement the competition will be staged in Donegal next year. The funding – €500,000 each from Sport Ireland and Failte Ireland – is part of a three year deal sanctioned by Government. Government Chief Whip McHugh paid tribute to the work of […]