LONG-serving Fianna Fáil County Councillor David Alcorn is considering his political future and there is growing speculation he may not contest the forthcoming local elections.
FOLLOWING his fantastic performance at the monthly singer’s club Clubeo at Leo’s Tavern in Meenaleck, Crolly, last weekend Brian Kennedy went for some relaxation treatment before he departed Donegal.
A DISTRICT judge has refused bail and remanded three Asian women in custody following the discovery of a cannabis factory above a Chinese restaurant in Ballybofey.
THE woman who collapsed and died after exiting a swimming pool at a Ballybofey hotel yesterday morning has been named as Ms Una Quinn (79) from Strabane, County Tyrone. Gardai confirmed that Ms Quinn, from 28 Melmount Gardens in the border town, collapsed at the side of the pool at Jackson’s Hotel and, despite attempts […]
THREE Malaysian women are due to appear before Letterkenny District Court this morning charged in connection with Tuesday evening’s discovery of a cannabis factory at a Chinese restaurant in Ballybofey. A man aged in his 30s also, also believed to be Asian, remains in Garda custody and can be detained for up to seven days. […]
SEAN Dunnion, the chairman of the Donegal county board, has said that his committee had to stand by their man when Patrick McBrearty chose not to attend a Croke Park hearing following allegations that the player had been bitten during a game against Dublin last year.
A SILVER revolver owned by convicted paedophile Michael Ferry today escaped a destruction order because of its historic value.
DONEGAL GAA officially launched their lucrative new three-year partnership with sportswear manufacturer O’Neill’s this evening at a function in the Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny.
CANNABIS plants with an estimated street value of €360,000 were discovered, along with other items made and adapted for the growth and cultivation of cannabis, during a search at a premises on Navenny Street, Ballybofey, this evening. A man aged in his 30s, and three women, two in their 20s and one in her 60s […]
PARAIC Duffy, the GAA’s Director General, has levelled stern criticism at Donegal’s door over the handling of both the incident during a League game last April when Patrick McBrearty was bitten by a Dublin player and the county’s decision to defer the 2014 Donegal senior football championship until the county team’s season has ended.