News & Statements
Department Officials in talks with Inishowen Sports Clubs – McHugh
OFFICIALS from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport are in discussions with Inishowen football club Cockhill Celtic and a number of other sports clubs. Several sporting organisations affected by the floods on August 22 and 23 are being assisted by the Red Cross in a funding programme set up by the Department of Defence, with aid up to €20,000 available.
Families, farmers and businesses still receiving Government help after Donegal flooding- McHugh
Families, farmers and businesses are still receiving Government help after the Donegal floods, the Government Chief Whip has said.
Allúntas €784,442 fógartha ag an Aire Stáit McHugh faoi Scéim na gCúntóirí Teanga don scoilbhliain 2017/2018
€288,000 has been sanctioned for 34 Donegal Gaeltacht schools. The allocation is part of €784,442 for Muintearas Teo. and Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne to enable them to run the Language Assistants Scheme on behalf of the Department for the 2017/2018 school year. This allocation is the same as the 2016/2017 allocation.
McHugh announces launch of flood relief scheme for Donegal farmers
GOVERNMENT Chief Whip and Fine Gael TD for Donegal, Joe McHugh, has announced that applications are now open for an aid package for farmers in his constituency affected by the August 22nd flood.
Where was Gerry as Donegal suffered- Minister McHugh
GOVERNMENT Chief Whip and Donegal Fine Gael TD Joe McHugh has slammed comments from Sinn Fein’s Gerry Adams about the response to the Donegal flood crisis.
McHugh encourages farmers to take part in Teagasc flood damage survey
Minister meets IFA and INHFA to discuss impact of Inishowen flood
More than 60 families given financial assistance so far after floods – McHugh
More than sixty families have been given financial aid since last week’s floods, Minister Joe McHugh has confirmed.
Immediate financial supports available to people affected by Donegal floods- McHugh
Immediate financial supports are being made available to people affected by the Donegal floods, the Government Chief Whip has said.
Donegal flooding will be treated as a priority case- McHugh
Last night’s flooding in Donegal will be treated as a priority case, the Government Chief Whip has said.
Minister Moran travelling to Donegal to see flooding impact after discussions with McHugh
the Minister responsible for Office of Public Works is to travel to Donegal later today to see for himself the damage caused overnight in the county by flooding.