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A Donegal Councillor has expressed her shock and disbelief that more is not being done with vacant and derelict buildings in towns and villages to address the current accommodation crisis that is impacting the County.   The demand for accommodation in Donegal has been intensified by the current mica situation…

  A Donegal Councillor says the fact that some people are unable to afford to connect to Irish water is putting their health at risk.   It’s being reported today that more than 100 private water supplies failed to meet the bacterial standard for drinking water in 2019.   The…

  Donegal councillors have today accepted the recommendation of Council officials that the local property rate should not be changed. As a result the decision the 15% increase on the baseline introduced in 2020 will remain in place for another year. Calls for a reduction were made but officials claimed…

Donegal County Council has today launched plans to support the re-opening of businesses in the tourism and hospitality sector.   The support on offer will help the businesses facilitate additional outdoor dining and seating areas.   Owners of businesses such as restaurants and cafés can apply for a licence from…

A Donegal Councillor is calling on owners of holiday homes and second homes to stay away from the county this weekend.   The Government have clarified that  “essential travel” does not include visits to second homes, and have urged people to remain in their primary residence.   Independent Donegal MD…