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    25 November 2022    Launch of Sláintecare Healthy Communities – Donegal sites

    Minister of State for Public Health, Wellbeing and National Drugs Strategy, Frank Feighan T.D. visits Gweedore and Buncrana in Co. Donegal today Friday November 25th to launch the Sláintecare Healthy Communities Initiative. Read More...

    25 November 2022    Donegal County Council Partner with ATU

    25 November 2022     Donegal County Council Partner with ATU

    Atlantic Technological University (ATU) together with Donegal County Council announced the launch of their Civil Engineering Work Placement partnership on Friday with county council staff marking the launch with a visit to the Read more ...

    23 November 2022    Healthy Ireland Round 4 Public Consultation Survey

    ‌Healthy Ireland is a government led initiative aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of everyone living in Ireland. The Healthy Ireland Round 4 Programme (HIF 2023-2025) represents a more evidenced-based outcomes led approach Read more...

    18 November 22    National award for Donegal businesses providing Irish

    Bronnadh Gradaim Ghnó Ghaeilge ar 37 gnólacht as Dún na nGall ag ócáid ardmheasúil i Halla na Cathrach, Baile Átha Cliath ar an 15 Samhain. Is í seo an chéad bhliain den scéim aitheantais GRADAIM Gnó na hÉireann, atá forbartha Read more ...

About the Communications Office


The role of Donegal County Councils Communications Office is to proactively engage with the media so as to ensure effective communication with the public.


What do we do? 

  • Provide the Donegal County Council enquiry service for the media
  • Issue official Donegal County Council comment to the media
  • Draft and issue press releases and promote Donegal County Council related stories
  • Highlight and promote the services, supports and activities of Donegal County Council.
  • Facilitate interaction between the organisation and the media.
  • Oversee Donegal County Councils online presence including websites and social media sites. 

Making a Press Query


To make a press or media query contact our Communications Office at [email protected] or call 074 91 72206.


All other queries should be directed to Donegal County Council