A LOCAL councillor has expressed his ‘disappointment’ at the decision by An Bord Pleanala (ABP) to again refuse planning permission for a large Tesco store on the outskirts of Ballybofey.
THE former County Manager said this week that he had ‘no choice’ in taking part in a government pension scheme which resulted in him getting a
WELL known Letterkenny man Jack McLaughlin was one of four ‘bouncers’ picked to look after the then World Heavyweight Champion Joe Frazier came to Donegal in 1971.
A WRATH of ‘crazy’ new EU/National Directives will have serious adverse implications for planning across Donegal, it was claimed yesterday.
AS the uproar over the A5 dual carriageway project continued unabated yesterday (Thursday) Fine Gael remained adamant the project would go ahead, albeit 18 months behind schedule.
FUEL laundering was never as rife in Donegal and legitimate operators are ‘fighting’ to remain in business due
A LETTERKENNY man, who stole 20 replica guns and was apprehended because of DNA evidence from a cigarette butt and a covert CCTV camera
FURIOUS residents attended an emergency meeting in Letterkenny this week to discuss a threat by the ESB to disconnect power to sewage pumps that service three local estates and a primary school.
THE driver of the car at the centre of a crash which killed eight people near Clonmany in July last year, was charged with dangerous driving causing their deaths at Buncrana District Court yesterday (Thursday).
TAXI drivers in Letterkenny are being forced to ‘fight’ to make a living as illegal operators flood the town at weekends, it has been claimed.