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Donegal ETB’s new FET Prospectus

Donegal ETB’s new FET Prospectus

30 August 2021

Donegal ETB’s Further Education and Training (FET) Service has published its new FET Prospectus for the incoming academic year, 2021-2022, which includes four exciting new full-time courses starting in September.

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#LoveDonegal  reaches over 16 million people across the world

#LoveDonegal reaches over 16 million people across the world

24 August 2021

On Wednesday last, social media platforms were buzzing with an overwhelming number of posts, messages and videos celebrating #LoveDonegal day.

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5 Donegal towns and villages to benefit from new €7 million fund to enhance streetscapes and shopfronts in rural areas

5 Donegal towns and villages to benefit from new €7 million fund to enhance streetscapes and shopfronts in rural areas

23 August 2021

Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, has today announced a the list of towns and villages to receive support for the enhancement of streetscapes and shopfronts, which included 5 Donegal recipients. The Streetsca...

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Donegal ETB Launches Further Education and Training (FET) Fortnight

Donegal ETB Launches Further Education and Training (FET) Fortnight

17 August 2021

Donegal ETB’s Further Education and Training (FET) Service has today launched its FET Fortnight online event which starts next week. As the largest education and training provider in the county, each year its FET Service hosts a huge FET Fair t...

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#LoveDonegal Day 2021

#LoveDonegal Day 2021

16 August 2021

This Wednesday the 18th of August is officially #LoveDonegal Day 2021, a day where all the elements which make Donegal such a meaningful, inspiring, unique and authentic place are showcased proudly across the globe.

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€378,299 funding secured for Donegal Arts & Culture organisations

€378,299 funding secured for Donegal Arts & Culture organisations

10 August 2021

Over €378k in funding has been announced for Cultural & Arts organisations in Donegal.

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Commitment and dedication of employees, the driving force behind Inishowen Engineering success

Commitment and dedication of employees, the driving force behind Inishowen Engineering success

09 August 2021

When multinational professional services network, EY announced this year’s finalists for Irish Entrepreneur of the Year, two names stood out to readers from Donegal. Buncrana man Michael McKinney, Managing Director of Inishowen Engineering and Kar...

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Remote Working Webinar showcases the advantages of living and working in Donegal

Remote Working Webinar showcases the advantages of living and working in Donegal

03 August 2021

Donegal.ie hosted a Remote Working webinar last Thursday (29th of July) which featured a panel discussion with special guests and dignitaries, including the Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council Jack Murray and Chief Executive, John McLaughlin. ...

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€10 million Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme

€10 million Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme

03 August 2021

Ministers of State with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Robert Troy TD and Damien English TD today, announced €10 million in government funding available under the Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme. Through Enterprise Ir...

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Prudent and Progressive – the future is bright for investment in Donegal

Prudent and Progressive – the future is bright for investment in Donegal

03 August 2021

Charlene Kennedy is a native of Donegal, in her own words she is a ‘home bird’, but always questioned if she could advance her career and live in Donegal. At 18 she left the county to pursue a career in Law at NUI Galway. After several career move...

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