DONEGAL tourism has received a major boost with over €17 million to be made available for ‘greenways’, the Donegal News has learned.
Young Donegal man jailed in French Guiana
THE Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) is assisting the family of a young Donegal man who has been in a South American jail for more than a year.
Council staff refused entry to disputed ‘Kube’ building
DONEGAL County Council laboratory staff based at the disputed Kube building in Letterkenny were refused entry to the landmark premises this morning.
Waste found buried at suspected illegal dump site
A MAJOR investigation is underway following the discovery of a massive suspected illegal dump near the shores of Lough Swilly, in Manorcunningham.
Former meat plant owner ‘secures’ building
THE former owner of a Lifford meat plant has ‘secured’ the premises and plans to re-start production at the facility which once employed over sixty.
New appeal for Caolan after €155,000 medical bill
A KILLYGORDON family have made another desperate appeal for help, having been left with an ‘initial’ $170,000 (€155,000) medical bill after their little son received a life saving operation in America.
Hundreds turn out for Donal Reid book launch
MORE than 300 people packed into the Abbey Hotel, Donegal town, on Saturday night for the launch of the autography of former Donegal senior footballer, Donal Reid.
Convoy artist brings ‘Local Legends’ to life
A YOUNG Convoy artist has burned images of local mythological legends on to old chairs in order to promote Ireland’s culture of storytelling.
Possible flood prevention measures outlined
DAMS, water diversion culverts and restoration of wetlands are just some of the options being looked at in order to prevent flooding in Donegal.
Councillor now being investigated by ethics watchdog
DONEGAL County Council has confirmed it has referred its ‘examination’ into controversial Councillor, John O’Donnell, on to the Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO).