EXTRA staff and extended worker contracts for Glenveagh National Park has been confirmed as visitor numbers soar at the popular tourist attraction. The number of visitors to Glenveagh is already up by 20,000 in the first six months of this year. Advertisement The decision was made by Minister for Arts and Culture Heather Humphreys […]
“Glenveagh National Park is one of the jewels of our natural heritage. It is a key stopping point on the Wild Atlatic Way.”
UP TO 150 of the brightest and most affluent young people from around Ireland and abroad are coming to Donegal for a major three-day conference.
THE Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan, has said that there are no plans “whatsoever” to sell national parks like Glenveagh or to privatise the management, preservation or conservation of these parks.
THE Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) has written to management of Glenveagh National Park expressing its concern that large areas of sensitive habitat are being destroyed illegally and for commercial purposes.
TWO of Donegal’s most popular tourist attractions have been forced to stop selling Welsh bottled water and stock an Irish variety instead following complaints from patriotic members of the public.
AN BORD Pleanala (ABP) has expressed concern over the visual impact of a proposed 16 turbine windfarm near Glenveagh National Park.