By Frank Craig Conor Gibbons says St. Eunan’s aren’t getting too carried away with their 100% start to the new season. The O’Donnell Park men made it four league victories from four last weekend with an away win in Dungloe. They are on the road once again this Sunday with Naomh Conaill, another one of […]
Known locally ‘Burdon’s House’ it was the highest house above sea level in Donegal. It was built by Paddy Rua McGlynn almost one hundred years ago.
Brian McCabe hopes that home advantage will mean a good turnout for the Tir Chonaill youngsters.
Marty Lynch is lighter, leaner, stronger and smarter. While the prospect of going for three-in-a-row next year is appealing, it’s not on the cards.
Donegal Together For Yes will launch its campaign at 6pm this evening, Friday, in Jackson’s Hotel, Ballybofey.
IRISH pub chain McGettigan’s is currently recruiting for a number of bar manager positions across its existing and new locations in the UAE and Middle East and USA. Specialising in entertainment and hospitality, the McGettigan group has 19 bars worldwide in Ireland and the UK, Singapore, UAE, Jakarta and New York as well as 11 […]
COUNTRY music fans across Donegal will be saddened to learn this morning of the passing of Big Tom.
A weather warning has been issued as winds are forecast to reach 60 and possibly even 70mph later this evening.
Putting single crews into cars has been in place for a while now. We always insist that they carry out a risk assessment and wait for back-up.
The death of the last surviving child of an executed leader of the 1916 Rising was learned of with great sadness by one young Donegal pupil. Seosamh Ó Ceallaigh (8) from Gortahork wrote a series of letters to Fr Joseph Mallin (104) who was a Jesuit priest based in Wah Yan College, Hong Kong. His […]