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The well-known Donegal Mica campaigner Paddy Diver has announced that is stepping down from his role with the Donegal Mica campaign.   The Cardonagh native who’s own home is affected by Mica was a leading figure in the scheme to secure redress for homeowners across the County.   Paddy Diver…

Mica campaigners in Donegal are believed to be in discussions to form a new political party to contest the next local elections in the county.     The move comes as the proposed redress scheme did not meet expectations, with a cap per square footage that is set to be…

A Donegal Mica Redress campaigner says the non-processing of stage 1 Mica Applications by Donegal County Council due to an outstanding clarification needed from the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage is another major blow to those that are living in houses which are impacted by the defective block…

A leading Donegal Mica campaigner says only a fraction of house owners would see the maximum of €420,000 proposed by the government for remedial works that are necessary because of defective building blocks.. There had been hopes that the Mica issue might be resolved before Christmas but Paddy Diver says…

The latest rally and protest to highlight the Mica crisis in Donegal was staged on Wednesday last as those impacted campaigned  for a 100% redress scheme. Children played in a central role in this most recent event as they through interviews and by writing letters outlined how living in Mica…

Politicians throughout the north west are expected to come under increasing pressure in advance of the forthcoming budget as the campaign for 100% redress for owners of homes affected by Mica and pyrite gathers pace. It follows the weekend protest in Lifford, Co Donegal, attended by up to 2,000 people.…