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The Irish Fish Processors and Exporters Association has confirmed that another fishing vessel was unable to land a cargo of Blue White Premium at the pier in Killybegs over the weekend.   The crew of the locally owned vessel were left with no choice other than to declare the cargo…

Irish Water has announced it has signed the construction contract to upgrade Killybegs Water Treatment Plant. €13 million is being invested in the upgrade project which will be carried out by EPS on behalf of Irish Water Works are expected to start in the coming months and will take approximately…

Killybegs is among six sea fishery harbours around the coast where an ongoing 48-hour work stoppage by fisheries inspectors and clerical staff threatens to affect the landing of fish catches. The work stoppage, which began at midnight, involves FORSA members at the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority. FORSA says the dispute…

Work is expected to start in the second half of next year on the building of a new fish processing plant in Killybegs that is expected to create about 100 jobs. The plant will produce protein powders and marine minerals for worldwide export, with a focus on Asia. Preparation of…

The EU Commissioner for Fisheries will meet representatives from the industry in Killybegs in Co. Donegal today.   The two-day visit will see Commissioner Sinkevicius meet a range of stakeholders, including government ministers and those in fishing and environmental groups.   The Commissioner’s trip comes at a time of great…