A LETTERKENNY man who was arrested following a stabbing incident outside Voodoo nightclub, Main Street on August 14 was remanded on continuing bail at yesterday, Thursday’s sitting of the Letterkenny District Court.
By Harry Walsh
PLANS are being made for a new €4 million medical training school in Letterkenny. The Donegal News learned yesterday (Thursday) that senior officials in the HSE along with senior businessmen and friends of the hospital are putting the plans in place to build a comprehensive medical education and research facility at Letterkenny General Hospital. NUIG is to contribute €2 million towards the overall cost.
By Cronan Scanlon
AN ENTERPRISING local auctioneer has come up with a unique way of selling a house – by offering a second one for free.
Donegal take on Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park this Sunday. See Friday’s Donegal News for a special 24-page souvenir supplement looking ahead to the big match!
A DONEGAL businessman has claimed that scrap metal dealers in Northern Ireland are paying cash for property stolen in Donegal ‘on a daily basis’.
A dramatic late point from Kevin Cassidy, in injury time at the end of extra time, fired Donegal to victory over Kildare in Saturday’s All Ireland quarter-final to seal a first semi-final spot since 2003.
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Glenties this week became the focus of the state of the nation at the 31st MacGill summer school as leading politicians, economists, bankers and broadcasters aired their views.
Ulster SFC Final
BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN CLONES
THE Hills came alive on Sunday night as Donegal captured their first Ulster title since 1992, a 1-11 to 0-08 win over Derry at St Tiernach’s Park seeing the Anglo Celt captured and a county sent into delirium.
Donegal are searching for their sixth Ulster Championship title – and their first since 1992 – on Sunday afternoon when they take on Derry at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones.
Donegal manager Jim McGuinness says that his team faces a ‘huge task’ but the big Glenties man says his men have the ‘bit between their teeth’. Last night at training, he spoke to the Donegal News’ Chris McNulty. The thoughts of former Donegal star Damian Diver were also got for this special preview video put together by Brendan O’Donnell of Jackson Media.