VOTING was slow across Donegal yesterday (Thursday) for the Fiscal Stability Treaty Referendum.
DOUBLE killer John Gallagher could be a free man again within months, despite turning himself in after twelve years at large.
CLAIMS that ‘planners got it wrong’ in terms of the development of Letterkenny have been sharply rebuked by the majority of councillors on Letterkenny Town Council.
A LETTERKENNY pensioner vowed this week to continue her battle against a company controlled by Donegal Creameries plc to protest her right of way across the Oatfield factory site she has enjoyed for decades.
LETTERKENNY born sisters Frances Gallagher and Elizabeth Doherty (nee Crerand) will celebrate their 95th birthdays next Saturday on May 26, making them officially Ireland’s oldest identical twins.
THE Donegal News has learned that twenty two County Councillors have so far been paid almost €45,000 for attending conferences up and down the country last year.
A Holy War is to break out after plans for vigils to be staged outside national schools across Donegal on polling day in the Fiscal Stability Treaty Referendum were revealed yesterday (Thursday).
IN tomorrow’s Donegal News brave 16-year-old Gemma Carroll from Glenswilly tell us in her own words how she has battled cancer.
THE late Garda Robbie McCallion was remembered as the GAA pitch in his native Swinford, Co Mayo was dedicated in his memory.
THOUSANDS of fun runners and walkers are expected to take part in the annual North West Charity 10K Race and Fun Walk on Sunday afternoon.