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Minister McConalogue announces €35m infrastructure fund to support coastal communities

Minister McConalogue announces €35m infrastructure fund to support coastal communities

24 January 2022

The Government has announced a €35m scheme to rejuvenate local authority public piers and harbours. Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalogue said the scheme is proposed for funding under the EU Brexit Adjustment Reserve (BAR) fund, and was one ...

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Explore the best in the North West - ‘Happy Days’ Online Guide to North West’s Best Experiences Goes Live

Explore the best in the North West - ‘Happy Days’ Online Guide to North West’s Best Experiences Goes Live

18 January 2022

A new website listing arts and cultural events in the North West has been launched to provide a one-stop guide to the best family fun experiences in Derry, Strabane and Donegal.

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Over 800 jobs created by Údarás na Gaeltachta in 2021

Over 800 jobs created by Údarás na Gaeltachta in 2021

17 January 2022

825 new full-time jobs were created in Gaeltacht companies in 2021, the highest number of jobs created in one year since 2008 with most of these in Donegal and Galway. When job reductions are taken into account, there is a net increase of 446 in o...

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Ireland’s newest carrier, Emerald Airlines announced as new operator of Donegal – Dublin flight route

Ireland’s newest carrier, Emerald Airlines announced as new operator of Donegal – Dublin flight route

07 January 2022

Minister Eamon Ryan T.D. and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton T.D., have today announced that Ireland’s newest airline, Emerald Airlines, will operate the Government-funded public service obligation air service between Donegal and Dublin airp...

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€1,365,515 funding announced for 2 Donegal projects as part of Rural Regeneration Development Fund (RRDF)

€1,365,515 funding announced for 2 Donegal projects as part of Rural Regeneration Development Fund (RRDF)

06 January 2022

The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, has today announced €21.5 million for 27 landmark regeneration projects in rural communities including two in Donegal.

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Economic Development unit of Donegal County Council Reflects on 2021

21 December 2021

As we approach the end of 2021, the Economic Development Unit of Donegal County Council looks back in a year like no other and the work carried out by the team throughout 2021. Our ‘Year in Review’ video aims to do exactly that!

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Maple Group Celebrate Their Third Anniversary with continuing focus on buying from Donegal Food and Drink Producers.

Maple Group Celebrate Their Third Anniversary with continuing focus on buying from Donegal Food and Drink Producers.

20 December 2021

Just 3 Years after the opening of the first Maple store in Derrybeg, Donegal owned Company, Maple Group, now have eight convenience stores, seven with forecourts located throughout rural communities in Donegal. This month they announce plans to fu...

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From loom to garment, Glendowen brings spirit of #BuyDonegal to life

From loom to garment, Glendowen brings spirit of #BuyDonegal to life

29 November 2021

Glendown Craft Shop and Studio is an iconic and internationally recognised signature stop-off for all craft lovers who visit Donegal and the Inishowen peninsula. Opened in 2005, founder and proprietor Ann McGonigle speaks about the idea behind set...

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Trail Gazers Project to develop a range of actions to enhance Inch Levels Trail

Trail Gazers Project to develop a range of actions to enhance Inch Levels Trail

24 November 2021

Important progress on an exciting walking and recreational trails project at eight locations across Europe, where Donegal County council is the lead partner, was made last week.

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#BuyDonegal recognized with Excellence in Local Government Award

19 November 2021

Donegal County Council’s #BuyDonegal campaign has scooped a national Excellence in Local Government Award for promoting economic development.

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