A LETTERKENNY teacher who has been living and working in Dubai for the past four years recently launched his own brand of coffee. The Hills Coffee, which already brings four coffees to the market, is delivered to hundreds of homes across all seven Emirates of the UAE each week. Conor Gibbons (30) from Hawthorn Heights […]
THE provision of two new multi-million euro business, enterprise and innovation centres in the heart of Letterkenny moved a step closer this week. Donegal County Council in partnership with the Donegal 2040 Strategic Development Designated Activity Company proposes to carry out the mixed use development as Phase 1 of the ‘Letterkenny 2040 Strategic Urban Regeneration […]
The Tax Clinic at High Road, Letterkenny HUNDREDS of thousands of Irish people have their calculators at the ready as the clocks tick on towards an important date. The upcoming pay-and-file deadline marks the date by which taxpayers must file their return for 2016. The self-assessment system of taxation applies not just to the self–employed, […]
Firstly, let me congratulate you on taking the first steps to becoming self- employed. Working for yourself can have many advantages, but you also need to consider the long hours and irregular income you may have, especially at the beginning. It is relatively simple to set up as a sole trader. As the name implies, […]
Deirdre McGlone and her team at Harvey’s Point have now opened their doors to the corporate world. Having overseen extensive renovations in recent months they are all set to place Harvey’s Point on the global map, not only as a place to come & stay for a relaxing break but as a destination to be […]
MORE than 120 Dublin-based Donegal natives came together last week in the capital for the inaugural meeting of a new business-focused network.
DEMAND is growing for commercial property in Letterkenny, particularly along the town’s main street.
DESSIE Larkin’s first year as Letterkenny’s Town Centre Manager has this week been described as nothing other than a “huge success.”
A KILLYGORDON man who set up a new business after his old one was crippled by the recession, this week started exporting products to the lucrative Scandinavian market.
Four local businesses from the Twin Towns have come to the rescue of the local community and have sourced match funding of a LEADER grant, which was recently allocated by Donegal Local Development Company.