THE most senior employee of the Fine Gael party will turn the key in his office door for the last time this evening. Tom Curran is retiring as the party’s General Secretary after twenty-one years in the post. It’s not too often in politics that somebody can exit on their own terms but having reached […]
THE Harte name has been synonymous with politics in Donegal for more than fifty years.
DINNTY McGinley TD confirmed today that he will not be standing in the next General Election. He was speaking on Barrscéalta on Raidió na Gaeltachta.
VETERAN Fine Gael TD Dinny McGinley has re-affirmed his intention not to seek re-election at the next General Election.
JIM McGuinness has urged Donegal GAA officials to see out the completion of the Training Centre/Centre of Excellence in Convoy.
MINISTER of State for the Gaeltacht, Dinny McGinley, officially switched on the floodlights at the Donegal GAA Training Centre in Convoy on Thursday night and said those involved in the development had left a ‘legacy’.
THE Minister for Education & Skills, Ruairi Quinn TD has informed Minister of State at the Department of Arts, Heritage & Gaeltacht Affairs, Dinny McGinley TD that three Donegal schools have been selected for additional accommodation and emergency works.
BUNBEG Post Office has been saved from closure for the next three months at least.
MINISTER for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Mr Phil Hogan, announced on Friday that he has approved the estimated €13 million funding for the long-awaited Gweedore Sewerage Scheme.
MINISTER for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Mr Phil Hogan, announced today (Friday) that he has approved the estimated €13 million funding for the long-awaited Gweedore Sewerage Scheme