A NEW album recorded by three talented Glasgow sisters in their West Donegal home has been receiving rave reviews on the Irish traditional music scene.
A WELL-KNOWN Irish language broadcaster and Donegal native has said last weekend’s Lá Mór na Gaeilge march in Dublin lifted his heart with pride.
CONFIRMATION of Jason Quigley’s future is not expected until next week, but it appears that the Ballybofey man is bound for a professional boxing career in Los Angeles.
By Harry Walsh LAST night, the people of Glenties and surrounding areas gathered to say sorry to pensioner Gerry McDevitt, the local man who was beaten and robbed at his Station House home last Thursday evening. The 77-year-old was threatened by thieves who stole cash and a firearm. He was left with cuts and bruising […]
MAJELLA O’Donnell sent a message to fans of herself and Daniel this week to say she feels “great” after her double mastectomy.
SINN Fein Deputy Padraig Mac Lochlainn is to raise growing concerns about crime in Donegal with the Minister for Justice.
THIS Friday, February 21, a West Donegal family group quickly making a name for itself will take to the stage at An tSean Bheairic, Falcarragh.
SENIOR Gardai in Buncrana are declining to comment on conflicting reports, published today (Wednesday) as to why a pipe bomb device may have been stored at a flat above a filling station in Burnfoot.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Agriculture Éamon Ó Cuív will be in Inishowen next week at a public meeting on changes to the Common Agriculture Policy.
GARDAI say its “too early” to comment on speculation surrounding the sudden death of an 18 year-old man at his home in Stranorlar on Monday evening.