BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL have been drawn away to Derry in the 2014 Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-finals. The draw for next year’s provincial championships were made this evening at Croke Park. Advertisement Donegal have been given a short away trip to Celtic Park and a reunion with former Tir Chonaill boss Brian McIver, who […]
DONEGAL’S Michael Murphy has been appointed captain of Ireland’s International Rules squad
A POIGNANT fun run and walk held last month in memory of a young local mother who died just days after giving birth has raised thousands for two local charities.
THE owner of one of Donegal’s largest waste disposal companies has been convicted and fined €12,000 and given a six month suspended after being found guilty of large-scale illegal dumping
A JUDGE has expressed “amazement” at claims by a Letterkenny man that a rival waste collection firm paid him €5,000 to use his boss Jim Ferry’s lorry to illegally dump rubbish.
A JUDGE has told one of Donegal’s largest refuse collectors that he has a case to answer in relation to charges of illegally dumping hundreds of tonnes of waste in a field he owns in front of his mother’s home near Falcarragh.
LENGTHY legal argument took place this morning in the court case against Ferry’s Refuse for illegal dumping, after an employee of the company walked into court and handed in a letter saying he was responsible for the illegal dumping.
ONE of Donegal’s largest refuse collectors was before Letterkenny District Court today charged with illegally dumping hundreds of tonnes of waste in a field he owns in front of his mother’s home near Falcarragh.
CIARAN Bonner and Leon Thompson are among the ‘new’ faces to have been drafted into Jim McGuinness’s Donegal senior football squad, while Christy Toye is also in line for a return to action in 2014.
THE uncle of Loughanure teenager, Conor Boyle, who was laid to rest yesterday, said while he was not ‘the biggest man, he had a big heart’.