Archives for January 2017

‘Mica homeowners should be exempt from property tax’

  A local homeowner who suspects his house is affected by mica says those caught up in … [Read more...]

Mixed response for new council houses in Buncrana

Councillors unanimously back plan but nearby residents strongly oppose development   Plans … [Read more...]

More than 90,000 people used Inishowen ferries last year

Some 27,478 vehicles ferried to and from peninsula during summer of 2016 Inishowen’s car ferries … [Read more...]

Mica report to be presented to Minister ‘shortly’

  The final meeting took place on Monday of the expert Mica panel, set-up nine months … [Read more...]

Laurentic tragedy one hundred years on

Relatives in Inishowen this week to mark a century since the ship was lost Relatives of the … [Read more...]

Meeting with the Minister over Urris school bus saga today

INISHOWEN politicians will meet with the Minister this morning in Dublin to discuss the future of … [Read more...]

Time to ‘wise up’ after 11 people killed on Donegal roads

  DONEGAL’S Road Safety Officer Brian O’Donnell is asking the public to ‘wise up and cop … [Read more...]

‘Brexit is a complete unknown at this stage’

  Harry’s moves to Derry as Bridgend restaurant goes to Sunday-only opening An Inishowen … [Read more...]

‘Be extra vigilant for bird flu’

Two cases confirmed in Republic but none at Inch Lake yet An Inishowen wildlife official is urging … [Read more...]

Malin Head toilet block out for tender

  THE TENDER for phase two in the development of Malin Head has been released, however … [Read more...]