ALMOST 20 years after his death, Roald Dahl continues to beguile Donegal’s young readers. A recent survey by Donegal Central Library found that Dahl’s classic Matilda is the number one most sought after title among the county’s schoolchildren. Dahl’s timeless appeal can be found in the fact that of the top 20 books requested this […]
FORMER students of St Eunan’s College in Letterkenny returned to their old school last weekend to celebrate their 50-year reunion. There was events organised throughout the weekend for the fifth and final year class of 1969. The main events took place on Saturday starting with a meet and greet in the glorious sunshine at […]
ST Mary’s National School in Stranorlar has been given the go ahead to seek a contractor for a new three storey, 24 classroom building. The announcement is the second boost for education in Donegal today, following on from this morning’s announcement that Scoil Cholmchille will begin a trawl for a contractor to build eight new […]
Mr Dillon’s funeral takes place in All Saint’s Church, Newtowncunningham, on Sunday at 2pm.
“The reality is that planning permission will expire on this project by 2022…we run the serious risk of letting this project’s planning expire.”
51 delegates from the German town of Rudolstadt will visit Letterkenny this weekend.
Students and staff from Letterkenny National Learning Network have joined the campaign to demand the restoration of a vital training allowance.
“The works include laying water service connections from the public water main in the road to customers’ property boundaries.”
MORE than 70 years after the end of World War II a Donegal soldier’s service to the Local Defence Force has finally been recognised. Rooskey pensioner James Callan was proudly saluted by officers as he collected his medal during a special ceremony at Finner Camp recently. The Local Defence Force (LDF) existed from 1939 to […]
“I want to show people we can beat it,’ said Chloe Kennedy.