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The funeral arrangements have been confirmed for a Donegal woman that died following a road traffic collision in Mayo yesterday.   Katie Doherty from Laghey was a passenger in one of two cars that collided on the N17 close to the Kilkelly turnoff just before 6 p.m. yesterday evening.  …

The Cabinet will sign off on the final Mica redress plan this morning with the counties of Clare and Limerick being added to the scheme.   Adding the two counties to the scheme which already includes Donegal and Mayo will likely add around 500 million euro to the cost, bringing…

IT Sligo will become a part of the Atlantic Technological University from tomorrow. The University, which is an amalgamation of IT Sligo, LYIT, and GMIT, will be officially designated as such tomorrow, Friday and will be officially launched on Monday. ATU will consist of eight campuses, nine when St. Angela’s…

A cross-border road safety campaign has been launched ahead of tomorrow’s All-Ireland football final. The initiative is encouraging people to – Be a team player on the road to Croker – as Tyrone prepare to take on Mayo. The GAA, PSNI, An Garda Siochana, and Road Safety NI have teamed…

Homes impacted by the Mica or pyrite conditions in Donegal and Sligo could be line to recieve contributions from banks and insurance companies. The Housing Minister says good progress is being made in talks on changes to the scheme.   Homeowners across the west and north west of the Country…

Concerns in relation to the defective blocks crisis in the North West will be highlighted at a number of protests next weekend.   The presence of Mica and Pyrite in building blocks can cause cracking as well as crumbling. The issue has been a concern for some time in Donegal…