TRIBUTES have poured in following the sudden death of former County Councillor, Letterkenny man Dessie Larkin. Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin has extended his sympathies to the family. Deputy Martin said: “I would like to extend my sympathies and those of the entire Fianna Fáil Party to the family and friends of Dessie Larkin on […]
With less than two weeks until the 2017 Donegal Marathon, the committee is calling on the public to assist with volunteering roles for the annual event. One of the biggest sporting events on the calendar, the Donegal Marathon depends upon a network of volunteers to donate their time to play a major role in making […]
The fourth Donegal Marathon takes place on Sunday, 20th August 2017
LETTERKENNY’S first ever Town Centre Manager is to leave his post this month, due to lack of funding to continue with the project.
DESSIE Larkin’s first year as Letterkenny’s Town Centre Manager has this week been described as nothing other than a “huge success.”
ENVIRONMENT Minister Alan Kelly has ordered a crackdown on councillors who submit incorrect expenses and instructed that rules for claims to be overhauled after a former Donegal councillor “intentionally” broke ethics legislation.
THE Standards Commission has found that former Donegal County Councillor Dessie Larkin contravened ethics legislation when he submitted claims for travelling and subsistence expenses.
DESSIE Larkin has been officially appointed as Letterkenny’s first ever Town Centre Manager.
THE names of the Fianna Fáil candidates to contest the local election in the Letterkenny Milford electoral area will be revealed in the coming days.
ALLEGATIONS of irregularities relating to the expenses of three county councillors in Donegal have been referred to the Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO).