LETTERKENNY Institute of Technology could make a bid for university status as early as next year following a fresh funding boost. The institute will receive a significant chunk of a €2.5 million investment announced for three institutes of technology – Letterkenny, Galway and Sligo – collectively known as the Connacht Ulster Alliance. LYIT will receive […]
ONE of Donegal’s most famous ballroom of romance is being brought back to life through the acclaimed ‘Dreamers and Dancers – The Story of the Butt Hall’. Penned by Susan Doherty, the musical play was first performed to packed houses at the Balor ten years ago to mark what was the 50th anniversary of the […]
Almost two years after losing her mum, Anna Cassidy to the severe disease, Lorraine Doherty continues her campaign to raise awareness of the condition
“It is about the young and old sharing their stories and developing strong positive relationships.”
“We run courses to optimise employment skills and an information service for people who may have questions about entitlements, housing or pensions.”
“We are so proud to say we have raised a total amount of €28,395.46 to give back to the Trust for them to help out the next unfortunate family.”
“The key here is that this Government is responding quickly to people’s need,” Minister McHugh said.
A fundraising dance for the Donegal branch of the Irish Kidney Association takes place on October 11 in Nesbitt Arms Hotel, Ardara
Donegal County Council’s Housing Service is currently engaging with households displaced by this flooding event.
Collections in Letterkenny are going ahead but local volunteers are worried that bad weather conditions will result in poor footfall.