MALIN based William and Grainne O’Doherty yesterday saw a major milestone achieved in their battle for justice to have those responsible for their crumbling home, built with defective materials, made to answer. In what may well become Ireland’s largest class action type case, a Statement of Claim was lodged with the High Court on Tuesday […]
FARMERS who say they are owed substantial amounts of money from Edenmore Farm Meats took part in a second protest yesterday ahead of the case coming before the High Court on Monday. The Lifford-based abattoir ceased trading in 2016 with outstanding debts of around €2.5 million. In an effort to get the money back they […]
MEMBERS of Donegal County Council have voted to take legal action against Cllr Frank McBrearty. The monthly Council meeting has been adjourned for two weeks following another day of disruption and no business being done. Cllr Frank McBrearty attended today’s (Monday) reconvened meeting in the Aura Leisure Centre despite getting a one month suspension at […]
Mr Brendan Gildea and Noel Gildea were taken from their home on Tuesday morning by members of An Garda Síochána and appeared before a Judge in Dublin
The affected community in the Finn Valley, together with many others in Donegal, applaud ‘this courageous move’ by the Irish Raptor Study Group
Shortly after 6.30am on Friday, concrete bollards were removed
allowing machinery to gain access to a disputed four-acre site at
THE Irish Raptor Study Group has been granted permission to bring judicial review proceedings challenging a decision of An Bord Pleanála to grant planning permission for a 19-turbine wind farm located at Meenbog near Barnesmore Gap. The proposed development site is located in an area which is specially designated by the National Parks and Wildlife […]
Approval for the project, which had attracted strong local opposition, comes with conditions, including shadow flicker requirements.
The Kube building at Thorn Road, Letterkenny, welcomed its first new clients – five enterprises which hope to employ up to twenty people – this week
A HIGH Court Judge has described the illegal dumping of thousands of tonnes of waste near the shores of Lough Swilly as one of the worst cases.