A well-known Letterkenny company has ceased trading with the loss of nine jobs. Morrison Foods Ltd, which employed 33 people in 2006, was founded in 1991 by Seamus Morrison.
Raphoe potholes to be sorted – Councillor
A lethal stretch of road ion Raphoe which has more than 100 potholes will be sorted shortly, local Counicllor Gerry Crawford has promised. He said he had been reliably informed by a council worker that the contractor would be on site on the road between Magherabann and Shannagh this week
Name tags for bereaved
A well-known Donegal undertaker has come up with a novel idea to make it easier to identify family members at wakes. Danny Morning of Morning Memorials in Letterkenny has produced name tags for family members such as ‘brother’, ‘sister’, ‘mum’ and ‘dad’ so people can sympathise with the right mourners.
Nursing home gets green light
Planning permission has been granted for a 68 bedroom nursing home on the outskirts of Letterkenny near Coolboy.
Skateboarders take shelter
Letterkenny Town Council is to press for funding to provide a shelter for the popular skateboarding area at the Aura Leisure Centre after a motion form Cllr Jimmy Kavanagh.
Planning applications drop 75%
This will come as no surprise to anyone..planning applications in the county have fallen to 2,234 last year, down from 9,300 in 2006. There have been just 1,163 so far this year.Tags: