THE SIGNIFICANT decline in the value of the Sterling and the increased economic uncertainty of Brexit has been blamed for the drop in British visitors to Ireland so far this year. Donegal hoteliers have expressed their serious concern about the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) which revealed that visitor numbers are down […]
Gweedore call centre to open three months late
A new call centre/marketing centre on the Gaoth Dobhair Business Park is now expected to open its doors in November, three months later than planned.
Letterkenny and Derry chambers unite against Brexit
A British exit from the European Union will have “serious implications” for Donegal according to business leaders on both side of the border.
No Donegal/North border controls with Brexit – Jackson
Donegal drivers will not face border controls if Britain leaves the EU, despite the Taoiseach’s claims, according to General Election candidate Tim Jackson. Jackson says that such “scaremongering” by the Taoiseach has always been used by pro-EU parties to influence public opinion. “For the Taoiseach to suggest we will have border controls is absurd. Freedom […]