A MAJOR programme of events to engage with the Donegal Diaspora across the world and bring them back home in the hope of creating new opportunities for the county has been launched.
A look back on the Ardara Show since 1904 As one approaches the show grounds at Sandfield, Ardara the stomach tightens with anticipation: the marquee resplendent in white against the stunning backdrop of this unique landscape. The second Saturday in August is a special day in the “Town of Festivals” as the annual Ardara Agricultural […]
DONEGAL County Council has adjourned its July meeting in Lifford this morning as a tribute to the late Manus Kelly. Yesterday marked one month since Mr Kelly lost his life while participating in the Donegal International Rally. Sympathies were paid from across the political spectrum this morning and announcing his intention to adjourn until this […]
IN October of last year, Breda and James Bonner lost their baby girl at just four weeks old. Baby Cara Rose passed away from an undiagnosed congenital heart condition in Calgary where the Bonners have lived since 2014.
‘I am rather proud of being a small detail in what was a really huge machine’ FIFTY years ago today the world held its breath as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin prepared to step on to the surface of the moon. In one Donegal household the knuckles were whiter than most though as the two […]
A Dungloe man who died suddenly in Scotland has given three people the gift of life by donating his organs. Connell Boyle passed away last Friday following an accident at his home in Stepps on the outskirts of Glasgow. His brother Hugh said yesterday that Connell was a deeply generous man in life and that […]
The Donegal GAA mascot made appearance at Super 8s
DUNGLOE is once again leading the way with its bid to go green just days before the town’s most famous festival kicks off. This is a joint initiative between Donegal County Council and Dungloe Tidy Towns Committee who have been working with businesses, schools and community groups to encourage them to sign up to the […]
Dungloe is once again leading the way with it’s bid to go green just days before the town’s most famous festival kicks off.
Donegal Minister Joe McHugh has announced funding under the Leader programme for work on Bád Gráinne Rose at Dhún Lúiche.
“This is a brilliant investment to help with the tourism offering in one of the most scenic spots in our county,” Minister McHugh said.