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.
They are threatening to remove all of the council property, including acids and a number of irritants stored there, and put them into a skip today.
Appeal court dismissed Michael Quigley’s appeal against a High Court finding that the transfer of the assets to his wife Alice should be set aside
THE family of a young Killygordon mother of three who died of cancer after two opportunities to diagnose her were missed, has begun an action for damages at the High Court.
FERRY’S Refuse Collection Ltd of Letterkenny on Friday in the High Court won an order for Eircom to disclose the name and address of an anonymous emailer who distributed an allegedly defamatory letter about the waste collection company.
A FORMER court clerk has been cleared of falsifying two documents presented in a civil action to the High Court in Dublin.
A DONEGAL senator has been charged with drink driving and hit-and-run offences.
A DONEGAL solicitor used at least €177,000 of his client’s money to pay for personal expenses, the High Court has been told.
A DONEGAL garda who was stabbed in the arm as he tried to arrest a man outside a Letterkenny nightclub feared he was going to bleed to death, a High Court sitting in Dublin’s Four Courts heard on Monday.