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More than 1,200 diabetic patients awaiting appointments at LUH

  More than 1,200 diabetic patients are currently awaiting review appointments at Letterkenny University Hospital. Latest figures show that there are 563 review appointments with Consultants now overdue. In addition, there are 659 patients with review appointments already scheduled for 2022. Cllr Gerry McMonagle raised a number of questions regarding the matter at the latest …

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Public apology over historical institutional abuse in North to go ahead

  A public apology to victims of historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland will go ahead on the 11th of March. Plans for the long awaited apology – originally set to be delivered by the First and Deputy First Ministers – had been put into doubt since the collapse of the Executive. It’s now been …

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‘Huge opportunities’ afoot for Letterkenny following project approval

  The provision of two new multi million euro business, enterprise and innovation centres in Letterkenny is a step closer. The project under the Councils part 8 development process has been given the green light at a special meeting of the Council today. The proposed development will include the demolition of the former ESB retail …

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Special meeting to consider major project for Letterkenny

  The provision of two new multi million euro business, enterprise and innovation centres in Letterkenny is a step closer. Donegal County County Council in partnership with the Donegal 2040 Strategic Development Designated Activity Company proposes to carry out the mixed use development Phase 1 of the Letterkenny 2040 Strategic Urban Regeneration site at Pearse …

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Council to liaise with Gardai over parking issues at tourist facilities

  Donegal County Council is to liaise with gardai to ensure that people visiting tourist facilities in the county use designated parking areas, and do not park on footpaths. Cllr Paul Canning raised the issue this week, saying that there have been instances where inappropriate parking has led to cars causing considerable obstructions for visitors …

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