‘No suspicious circumstances’ around man’s death

GARDAI investigating the discovery of a man’s body in Letterkenny on Sunday evening do not believe the circumstances to be suspicious. The male, who was in his 30s, was found deceased in an alley at Riverside View on Lower Main Street at around 5pm. A post mortem is scheduled to take place today but the […]

Donegal mum-of-three wins €28,000 on Winning Streak

A DONEGAL woman has collected a cool €28,000 on Winning Streak. Denise Moss from Castlefinn appeared on the show on Saturday night and was overjoyed with her €28,000 cash win. Denise revealed how her husband Martin roared the house down two Saturday evenings ago when he was watching Winning Streak and heard his wife’s name […]

Council backs motion supporting new stadium for Harps

DONEGAL County Council has this morning passed a motion supporting a new stadium for Finn Harps. A motion was brought forward after the stadium development was excluded from a round of Government funding it was expected to be added to recently. There was some shock when Minister Shane Ross made his announcement regarding Large Scale […]

Post mortem due on body found in Letterkenny

GARDAI are continuing to probe the circumstances surrounding a man’s death at a block of flats in Letterkenny. The male’s body was found late yesterday at Riverside Apartments on the town’s Lower Main Street. The area was sealed off and forensic officers brought in to examine the scene. A Garda spokesperson said a post mortem […]

Local politicians printed 300,000 items on Dáil printer

DONEGAL politicians used the Dáil printer to produce almost 300,000 items such as newsletters, posters, greeting and sympathy cards at a cost of over €8,400 since its introduction. The Oireachtas print facility hit the headlines late last year when it emerged that the printer cost a total of €2 million and did not fit in […]

Chance reunites late Tunnel Tiger’s family with fiancée

SHEER coincidence has reconnected a Scottish woman with the Termon family of the fiancée she lost in a tragic accident almost 60 years ago. Edward Gallagher’s story was not uncommon in the late 1950s – a Donegal man who travelled across the Irish Sea in search of work. He found employment as a tunneller on […]

Award keeps Hanna Hats ahead of the competition

HANNA Hats of Donegal, a third generation company that has been in business for nearly 100 years, is proof that age is no barrier to innovation. The family owned designer and manufacturer has been awarded ‘Exemplar Status’ as part of InterTradeIreland’s FUSION programme. It is one of only five businesses to be recognised across the […]