A 38-year-old man has been accused of attempting to kill or seriously harm a woman, and of sexually assaulting her. He appeared at Donegal District Court today(Wed). Advertisement Judge Kevin Kilrane remanded him on €300 bail for the service of the book of evidence on July 24. The man is also accused of causing […]
rish Water has awarded the contract to Glan Agua Ltd with construction due to commence this summer and expected to last for 20 months.
Donegal/Letterkenny will see the construction of wheelchair accessible bus stops begin later this year, Deputy Pringle, Independent TD for Donegal has received confirmation from the National Transport Authority that Bus Eireann routes 30 & 32 Dublin . Pringle also confirmed that construction on the Lifford stop has already begun with further work to commence […]
Bishop Philip Boyce turned 75 in January 2015 – the mandatory retirement age – and the dioceses have been awaiting the appointment of a new bishop
Private Midwives Ireland has issued a plea for midwives in Donegal to get in touch, as there are currently no facilities to accommodate women who wish to have a home birth. With up to 30 requests annually from women from Donegal, they have had to turn them all down as they do not have any […]
THIS Friday, June 9, sees the deadline for local businesses hoping to break into the US market by taking part in a special trade mission leaving for Boston Massachusetts in November. The 2017 Trade and Investment Mission, November 14 – 17, offers places for 12 local companies across a range of industries, and is being […]
FORMER Tánaiste Mary Coughlan came to the aid of a man in Castlebar cafe who suffered a seizure last weekend.
Donegal Minister Joe McHugh has announced that seven community groups in the country are to share €277,000 worth of grants, with Donegal getting the second largest allocation. Social enterprise groups in Malin Head, Carndonagh, Termon, Lifford, Killybegs, Pettigo and Drimarone are to receive fundind from the Dormant Accounts Fund. Advertisement Minister McHugh said: “I am […]
Mrs Pauline Sugrue is a recent graduate of Ballymaloe cookery school where she perfected old skills and learned new ones
Anam Cara, an organisation which supports bereaved parents, are hosting their monthly meeting on Thursday next in Letterkenny.