Name: Pauric McMenamin Age: 22 Occupation: Student Team: Red Hughs If you were throwing a party and you could invite anyone in the world, dead or alive, who would you ask around? James Franco would keep the party going. Where do you like to go out to celebrate after a big victory? Brownes is normally […]
THEY will be pulling on their cowboy boots in Falcarragh tomorrow night for a very special fundraising concert. Megan Ó Rodaigh has put together the evening of music in memory of her aunt Winnie who sadly passed away just before Christmas. Tomorrow night, Aras Begley Hall will spring to life in Winnie’s memory with a […]
TWO men pleaded guilty before the Circuit Court sitting in Letterkenny on Wednesday to separate charges, one for the arson of the Convoy Orange Hall and the other for criminal damage to the door of the Presbyterian Church in Convoy on the same date.
THE Emergency Department at Letterkenny University Hospital (LUH) remains extremely busy today with significant numbers awaiting admission.
A WEST Cork man whose family purchased a generator which once powered Tory lighthouse is now seeking stories and pictures about the giant unit.
A teenager has been charged over the murder of a Donegal man stabbed to death in London. Damien McLaughlin, who was 42 and from Manorcunningham, was knifed in broad daylight on Exeter Road in Enfield shortly after 1.30pm on Saturday. Two men aged 21 and 18, and a 17-year-old male, were arrested a short while […]
FÁILTE Ireland has announced a €49,750 cash windfall for 20 of Donegal’s festivals. The money was awarded as part of Fáilte Ireland’s 2017 Regional Festivals and Participative Events Programme. Confirming the grants earlier today, Minister of State for Tourism Patrick O’Donovan, said, “The funding announced today will allow Donegal to broaden its appeal to overseas […]
ADULT auditions for the upcoming production classic musical ‘Oliver’ will be held in the CPI Centre, Castlefin this Thursday, April 27, at 7:30 pm.
Bundoran came to a standstill today for the funeral of Councillor Sean McEniff.
IN 2014, Taoiseach Enda Kenny sparked uproar among the Irish speaking community when he appointed Joe McHugh as Junior Minister for Gaeltacht Affairs.