A NIGERIAN family who were the victims of a callous arson attack on their Letterkenny home this week have pleaded with the Town Council to move them to a new home.
Logan joins the Millers
RAMELTON born goalkeeper Conrad Logan has joined Rotherham United on a six month deal from Championship side, Leicester City.
Special promotion: Donegal News and Gaelic Life for €2.00
To celebrate Donegal’s landmark bid for the Anglo Celt Cup this Sunday, Gaelic Life (Ulster’s only weekly GAA newspaper), can be purchased for the special price of just 50c when presented with a special cut-out voucher, which will be available in tomorrow’s (15th July) Donegal News.
Goats still to rock despite Keltic Hooley cancellation
Despite the cancellation of the Keltic Hooley festival this weekend, Goats Don’t Shave don’t want to disappoint all their fans who sent messages by email and Facebook and so they are going to proceed with a full concert and support act on Sunday night, July 10, at the Clanree Hotel – doors open at 8.30pm (Admission €20 at door).
Shock figures for alcohol related injuries
DONEGAL has one of the highest rates of alcohol related brain injury (ARBI) known as the ‘invisible condition’. Details of a ground-breaking study have just been published by the North West Alcohol Forum Ltd.
Nine per cent drop in house prices
THE asking price for a house in Donegal fell by over 9 per cent during the second quarter of this year according to the latest test report published by property website Daft.ie.
Fears for rural Donegal
FIGURES revealed in the preliminary Census 2011 results show an alarming decrease in the population of some rural areas of Donegal.
McMonagle is Mayor of Letterkenny
THE new Mayor of Letterkenny has called for a dedicated drugs rehabilitation unit to be located in Donegal. Speaking after his historic election on Monday night
Councillor Gerry McMonagle warned of the ‘proliferation’ of drugs and alcohol in the town.
McNulty savours Donegal Rally glory
Tim McNulty was ‘over the moon’ after finally landing success at the Donegal International.
McNulty still in control
It’s advantage to Meathman Tim McNulty at the close of the action on day two of the 2011 Topaz Donegal International Rally, his Impreza now 1 minute 14.2 seconds clear of the S2000 Fiesta of Alastair Fisher, who has Letterkenny’s Rory Kennedy on the notes.