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Irish Water, working in partnership with Donegal County Council, is replacing approximately 281 metres of problematic, old water mains in Main Street, Laghey, The pipes were prone to frequent bursts and leakage and caused water supply disruptions for customers in the area. Old cast iron water mains are being replaced…

A Donegal Councillor is calling for a full investigation to be conducted north and south of the border into incidents of dumping in Donegal over the weekend.   The carcases of 19 dead sheep by anglers in the Termon River while a substantial amount of rubbish was also dumped on…

Motorists are asked to drive with caution on the Pettigo to Laghey road on which a truck has overturned. The road is impassable for HGVs but other vehicles can get by with care.

A number of homes in the Laghey and Donegal Town areas are without power this morning. It’s understood that 100 homes are affected by the power outage. The ESB claim that power will be restored by midday.   Motorists across the northwest are encouraged to drive with extra caution this…

€800,000 has been secured for the Pettigo to Laghey R232 road in south Donegal. This is in addition to €1.3m previously obtained for work on the route. Donegal Fianna Fail Councillor Micheal Naughton says improvements to the road will improve access to the south west of the county.

A Ballyshannon cllr has made an appeal to Donegal County Council to reduce the speed on the main N3 that intersects the village of Laghey in South Donegal. Speaking at yesterday’s Donegal Municipal District meeting Fine Gael Cllr Barry O’Neill said that it’s past time for this to happen and…