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€2.4m has been allocated for the building of a new Cleary Centre in Donegal Town for those with intellectual disabilities. €100,000 of the money is to be spent this year on design work. Mary Gorman, chairperson of the Parents and Friends Association for those with intellectual disabilities, has been telling…

A Donegal Councillor is calling on Ulster bank to immediately release a statement in relation to their future. The calls are made as customers of the bank across the north west are assessing their options amid speculation the bank is to pull out of the Irish market. The bank’s parent…

A Donegal Councillor is proposing a committee be setup to improve cross border relations. Councillor Micheál Naughton suggests a group between Donegal and Stranorlar/Lifford Municipal Districts and Fermanagh and Omagh District Councils be set up to address shared activities such as tourism, water and wastewater. Councillor Naughton submitted a motion…

Donegal County Council today passed its annual revenue budget which will cover day-to-day spending of more than €155m for the year ahead. Meanwhile, the council’s three-year capital budget — which covers large, non-day-to-day items — will be considered next week. The highlights of the €155.3m budget agreed today include repeating…

There’s good news for those working in the Business Park in Ballyshannon today with confirmation from tele communications company Eir that they will be supplying fibre optic broadband to the facility. Business owners had lobbied for the extension of high speed broadband to be extended to the Business Park after…