Wednesday, September 19, 2007


Bad car accident between Donegal Town and Ballybofey:
One man who is in his thirties and another who is approximately 60 years old were removed to hospital following the crash at Friar's Bush between Ballybofey and Donegal Town at 10 o'clock yesterday morning.

The younger victim is from Letterkenny while the older man was travelling with his wife who escaped uninjured. They are from the North of Ireland.

A pile of money (350 million euro)for sewerage treatment in Co. Donegal. Do you think they'll fix the mess they've made at the quay?
The Ballyshannon water supply scheme is to start next year at a cost of twenty million euro as will a design build and operate contract for Bundoran, Glencolmcille and Killybegs which is costed at 30 million euro.

The Killybegs water supply scheme specifically for sludge handling will also begin in 2008 with €680,000 allocated to this project.

The network for the Killybegs sewerage scheme is scheduled to begin in 2009 with a similar scheme in Laghey also to commence.

Other projects to advance through planning which are mentioned include Dunkineely, Frosses, Mountcharles, Inver and Kilcar.

More here, with a full list of where the money is to be spent:
A six billion-euro investment programme's been announced to update and preserve Ireland's water supply.

Conservation and anti-pollution measures form the basis of the project which is designed to protect and preserve drinking water as well as rivers, lakes and estuaries.

Now does anyone have any pics they'd like to send to us to post? :)

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