MEMBERS of the public have until 4.40 pm on Friday, March 30, to make submissions or observations regarding the proposed material alterations Draft County Donegal Development Plan.
THOUSANDS swapped the recession blues for the colour and craic across Donegal for the St Patrick’s Day celebrations. Y
DONEGAL will be en fete this weekend with St Patrick’s Day and Mother’s Day falling together for the first time in living memory.
Parades are taking place in most parishes tomorrow and Sunday with the biggest expected to be in Letterkenny which this year is costing €17,000 to stage.
IT’S a busy time on the farm of Myles and Frances McBride in Kerrykeel following the arrival of quad lambs earlier this week.
TOMORROW (Saturday) will mark the end of an era in Ramelton with the closure of A.M. Gamble Ltd.
FEARS have been expressed this week at the potential ‘saturation’ of the Donegal landscape by the on-going development of wind farms.
PARTICIPANTS in a Community Employment Programme (CEP) in Killygordon have been highly praised by the local Parish Priest after they returned the run-down parochial hall to its former glory.
MAJOR changes in community welfare clinics being provided in West and South West Donegal have sparked real concern amongst members of the public.
By Kate Heaney
THERE have been calls from teachers, clergy and parents for a large turnout at a protest meeting against education cuts which takes place in Letterkenny tomorrow (Saturday) at 2 pm.
LETTERKENNY’S Mayor and town councillor Gerry McMonagle of Sinn Fein has declined to comment on accusations made under parliamentary privilege in Westminster that he carried out a murder in 1982.