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An allocation of 320,000 euro has been provided for the completion of works on the ‘Crest of a wave housing estate’ in Bundoran.   The funding has been provided by central government and the upgrade works will be carried out by Donegal County Council.   It’s expected that the funding…

An appeal is being made to workers for election candidates to be mindful of road safety when putting up posters. A particular concern is visibility being blocked or hindered by posters. It follows a warning last week from Electric Ireland about attaching posters to electricity poles. Brian O Donnell, road…

In advance of the arrival of Storm Brendan and the expected high tides, Donegal Town Pier was closed yesterday evening and will remain closed until 8 am on Tuesday morning due to a possible risk of flooding   A reminder has been issued that cars will not be permitted to…

County Donegal is among five counties in the country with the most unauthorized quarries. According to an RTE Investigates programme which will be broadcast tonight, there are 30 such quarries in the county. Barry O Kelly is the reporter on the programme. He says be believes Donegal County Council is…

The process of revaluing commercial and industrial properties in County Donegal is beginning today. The valuations will be used to calculate the rates to be paid to the county council. Revaluations of commercial and industrial properties in counties Sligo and Leitrim have already taken place. It’s part of an ongoing…

Donegal County Council has responded to claims by an unsuccessful election candidate about inadmissible votes cast in the south of the county in the recent local elections. Diarmaid Doherty claimed 60 to 70 votes could not be counted because of errors by polling station staff. The errors, he said, related…