Theatre, comedy, music, acrobatics, the Earagail Arts Festival really does have something for everyone.
The pair have taken out a full-page ad in today’s edition of the paper urging people searching for high return business opportunities to make contact
Over the course of last weekend, more than 1,500 people in 800 tents, 600 cars and thirty camper vans and caravans set up camp in O’Donnell Park.
“The pilots were amazing, so caring and nothing was too much trouble for them.”
A school defibrillator is to be dedicated in memory of a man who fell to his death from a Donegal bridge earlier this year.
FIANNA Fáil’s spokesperson on Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Timmy Dooley has said that answers are urgently needed as to how illegal waste dumping took place over so long at a site in Donegal.
“The main aim of setting up this group was to let people know what Dyspraxia is and that is exists.”
Ciara Hegarty – a current All-Star – believes that Donegal are capable of building up a head of steam in the All-Ireland series.
‘Where before it was alcohol, fast women and slow horses, these days it’s about practice and about playing with my grandchildren.’
Manus Kelly and Donall Barrett, who will start umber one on the road this morning in their Subaru WRC, are the pair the rest want to dethrone.