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Drumshambo based Leitrim County Councillor and well know Fine Gael regional organiser Enda McGloin has ruled out the possibility of the Contesting the next general election. The Cathaoirleacht of Leitrim County Council, Enda McGloin has ruled out the possibility of contesting the next general election in the Sligo Leitrim South…

Former Sligo-Leitrim Fine Gael TD and Minister, John Perry, has called for a new party convention to be held, as a result of Cllr Maguire’s withdrawal from the race. Cllr Maguires decision not to contest the next general election in the Sligo/Leitrim – South Donegal – North Roscommon constituency due…

The Fine Gael party in south Donegal will choose its candidates this evening to run in next May’s county council election. It’s understood four nominees will go forward in the Donegal Municipal District. They are Cllr Barry O’ Neill, Ballyshannon; John Boyle, Bruckless; Bernard McGlinchey, Donegal Town; and Joseph Harley,…

Fianna Fail has selected its local election candidates to run in the south Donegal area. Those chosen at a selection convention last night were sitting councillor Micheal Naughton from Laghey, Roger Meehan from Dunkineely and Philip McGlynn, a former Bundoran Town councillor. A minutes silence was observed in memory of…

Ocean FM will have exclusive and immediate access to the tally figures as they are counted at the Sligo-Leitrim Referendum Count tomorrow morning from 9.30am.The count takes place at the Clayton Hotel in Sligo. Yet again, this innovative link-up with IT Sligo’s Department of Computing and Creative Practice will ensure…

A new rural bus service is expected to be launched linking north Sligo with south Donegal, according to Sligo/Leitrim Fine Gael Deputy Tony McLoughlin. Due to start in May, it will operate from Sligo via Rathcormac, Drumcliffe, Carney, Lissadell, Maugherow, Ballinfull, Streedagh, Grange, Cliffoney, Mullaghmore, Tullaghan Village, and onto Bundoran,…

People in south Donegal can wait no longer for new fire stations. Almost twenty years ago Donegal County Council embarked on a programme of building twelve new fire stations. Nine out of the twelve were built, but Ballyshannon, Bundoran and Glencolmcille were left without. Cllr Barry O’Neill says these stations…