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It may not be a normal Christmas for many, however there is some very exciting  news for the children that are living in the North West.   Ocean FM news has just learned that Santa is already plotting his route around the world.   It’s believed that Mr Claus  been…

A Leitrim Councillor says the recent increase in the maximum funding available under the Repair and Leasing Scheme will have little or no impact on the level of available housing in the north west.   The Repair and Leasing Scheme’s limit was increased from €40,000 to a maximum of €60,000…

A Donegal Councillor and Hotelier says the latest restrictions will present a massive challenge to the long term future of several businesses in the North West.   Cllr. Michael Naughton was responding to the Country moving into level 5 restrictions says that it’s now up to everyone to work together…

The Donegal TD and former Minister for Education Joe McHugh has been reacting to today’s recommendations from NPHET to move the entire county into level 5 restrictions. Deputy McHugh has been telling ocean FM’s John Lynch that moving to Level 5 will have another dramatic impact on the North West.…

A local TD is calling on the government to ensure funds for the north west region is spent correctly. Under EU recommendations, the north west has been downgraded from a ‘Developed Region’ to a ‘Region in Transition’ which means the government is eligible to draw down €350m to help develop…

The Irish government says it’s still possible for the UK to do a trade deal with the European Union, despite last night’s events.   Boris Johnson says the Internal Market Bill is an insurance measure that will only be used if there’s no agreement. The debating of the Internal Bill…

The current confusion that is surrounding the recently Government published ‘living with Covid-19 Roadmap’ has the potential to inflict more damage on the North West’s tourism and hospitality sectors.   Those are the fears of the fears of a Sligo Leitrim TD.   The Tánaiste yesterday urged people in Dublin…