Sunday, July 30, 2006

News: Week ending Jul 30, 2006

Heroin addiction a problem in Killybegs??

Clr. Thomas Pringle claims heroin addiction has become a real problem in Killybegs following a recent discovery of the drug in the town.
http://www.oceanfm.ie/onair/donegalnews.php?articleid=000003356


Minister blames Donegal youth for high youth unemployment rates?

“Launching a report on enterprise in Donegal, Minister Martin said: ‘there is a need to convince the young population and the unemployed of the county of the importance of education and training’."
http://www.irishdev.com/NewsArticle.aspx?id=3361


Funding for AquaCulture (fish farming) Projects in the county.

"The Donegal aquaculture industry is to receive funding of almost 700,000euro."
http://www.highlandradio.com/news.php?articleid=000002906


South African workers taken advantage of?

"Their employer has defended the situation stating that when flight costs, accommodation and bonuses are taken into account, their wage stands at €8.74 and not €2.80 as claimed."
http://www.oceanfm.ie/onair/donegalnews.php?articleid=000003309

Mary C. speaks out:

http://www.oceanfm.ie/onair/donegalnews.php?articleid=000003320


Roche promises action on "inordinate" delays in Donegal.

The Minister for the Environment has promised a swift reaction to capital projects in Donegal which he says are taking an "inordinate" amount of time to complete.
http://www.oceanfm.ie/onair/donegalnews.php?articleid=000003321


Co. Donegal's population increases nearly 7% in four years.
http://www.oceanfm.ie/onair/donegalnews.php?articleid=000003308

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