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t’s looking like it will be a good day for Sinn Fein both in the north west and nationally. Counting has been underway since 9am this morning across the country. At the Donegal count, Sinn Fein Councillor, Noel Jordan, has been reacting to the surge locally and nationally. https://filedn.com/lglCaxamfnlV2gaMY6rU7tH/News%20Clips%202019-20/Letterkenny%20Noel%20Jordan%20SF.mp3

Environmental survey works are to be carried out next week to help identify a preferred route for the upgraded R263 between Killybegs and Glencolmcille that includes Fintra Bridge. There’s been a long-running campaign for a new Fintra Bridge, which is a key link to the entire Sliabh Liag Penninsula in…

A Donegal councillor has criticised an objection to a proposed children’s playground in Carrick. Independent Councillor Niamh Kennedy told a meeting of councillors from Donegal Municipal District this week that they could not say too much about it because it was a live application. However, she added she thought it…

A Donegal councillor is calling for improvements to a road and boatyard that serves one of the richest deep-sea diving areas off the coast of Ireland. It’s the road leading to Cassansound Pier at St John’s Point, near Dunkineely. Sinn Fein Councillor Noel Jordan told a meeting of councillors from…

Many people in South Donegal are living in fear that their homes could be hit by flooding. Donegal Town, Killybegs and Pettigo has been hit by flooding in the last two years. And Sinn Fein Cllr Noel Jordan says they were told two years ago that the Department would make…