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Ireland’s current Covid-19 numbers are ‘better than anything we could have hoped for a few weeks ago’, according to the National Public Health Emergency Team. New cases of the virus have steadily dropped with 309 confirmed yesterday – bringing the five-day moving average to 358, down 12 percent on last…

A new report by KPMG for Wind Energy Ireland suggests there could be significant growth in the sector. 22% of rates income for Leitrim County Council now comes from wind farms; this figure is 8.6% for Donegal and 6.3% in Sligo. The report says close to two thousand more jobs…

The Department of Health has confirmed that 12 more additional deaths have occurred from Covid-19.   431 new cases of the virus were also reported in the latest set of figures.  Donegal registered 34 new cases.  Only Dublin and Kildare reported more cases.   Once again there were no cases…

Cabinet Ministers will discuss the latest setbacks for the vaccination programme when they meet this morning.   The Taoiseach is to be briefed by the HSE and the vaccines taskforce as work continues on redrawing the roll-out plan.     Re-drawn plans to take account of the problems with the…

The Department of Health have confirmed that there have been no additional deaths from Covid-19 in the latest set of figures.   394 new cases of the virus have been detected nationally.  16 new cases were confirmed in Donegal.  There were no new cases in either Sligo or Leitrim.  …

Over 50% of people in Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal have stayed within 10km of their homes. The latest figures come from the Central Statistics Office’s ‘Staying Local Indicator’ which are accurate upto the 26th of March. 54% of people in Co. Donegal stayed within 10km of their home, 50.9% in…

Two local electoral areas in Sligo registered less than 5 cases of Covid-19 in the latest 14 day incidence rate figures published by the Department of Health. The Sligo/Drumcliff area as well as the Ballymote/Tubbercurry district returned the figures of fewer than 5 cases.   There were 12 cases detected…