THE Department of Public Health West and North West is responding to two cases of confirmed infection and one probable case of infection of meningococcal disease in the West. Public Health were notified of the cases in early February, and concerns three teenagers. Close contacts have identified by Public Health and offered preventive treatment as appropriate. […]
“The A5 upgrade is a key priority for Sinn Féin,” said Pearse Doherty TD.
There is something about the Donegal Railway Heritage Museum in Donegal Town that the people of the county hold close to their hearts. The museum, based in what was Donegal Town’s train station, showcases the unique railway heritage that once connected the towns in the county but ceased operations in 1959. “What’s unusual about what […]
The Taoiseach has said that he will be bringing an increased funding proposal to the cabinet next week.
ICTU have said a week of coordinated events across the island of Ireland will be “the largest mobilisation of of trade union members in decades”
Upcoming Irish referendums on family and gender are in danger of setting an unwanted record with voter turnout backed at short odds of even money with BoyleSports to slump to unprecedented levels. On Friday, March 8 voters in Donegal and around the country will cast their ballot on two proposed changes to the Irish Constitution […]
Hannah’s journey takes her to the beautiful Franciscan Friary (Rossnowlagh) and to Donegal Castle(Donegal Town).
The councillor has represented the people of the Glenties Municipal District since 2007.
Donegal Youth Service launch the ATLIC project – a new pioneering Blue Economy project
Just over two years ago, the residents of Carrigart village and surrounding area raised serious concerns at a public meeting.