THE parents of a three-year-old boy who nearly lost his life after he accidentally got his head entangled in the chain cord of a window blind have spoken of their terrifying ordeal.
A LETTERKENNY solicitor has agreed not to practise after an investigation found there was no control or accountability over money going into his office although he had already been investigated over previous breaches of lawyers’ regulations.
ZARA McDaid is an artist and art teacher who grew up in the picturesque village of Ramelton. In her first ever weekly column, Zara introduces herself.
GARDAI in Milford believe they have smashed a Eastern European crime gang believed to have been involved in spate of burglaries in the area, following the discovery of a “huge” amount of stolen goods in Termon on Tuesday.
YOUNG guns Odhrán MacNiallais and Darach O’Connor have been rewarded for a positive McKenna Cup campaign by being selected in Jim McGuinness’s starting XV for Sunday’s National Football League opener against Laois at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise (throw-in 2pm).
AN EAST Donegal man pleaded guilty to two charges of having sex with an underage girl at this morning’s (Thursday) sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court.
HUNDREDS of Garth Brooks fans braved the cold January weather to queue for Croke Park concert tickets which went on sale yesterday morning (Thursday) at 9am.
THE popular ‘Letterkenny Live’ festival of street music will not take place this year, it has been confirmed.
PRE-REGISTRATION is now opened for a 5k run and walk in aid of former Finn Harps and Derry City player Mark Farren.
TWO MEN due to go on trial for the attempted murder of a student police officer in Garrison, Fermanagh, back in 2009 have pleaded guilty to terrorist offences and will be sentenced tomorrow.