THE Earagail Arts Festival’s annual cabaret has proven to be a huge hit since its inception a few years ago and this year’s event promises to be another night to remember with fantastic entertainment and wonderful food.
A 22-years old Kerrykeel man threw a bottle at a pursuing garda patrol car and disengaged the back lights in an effort to escape during a ‘crazy’ 20 minutes high speed chase, Letterkenny Circuit Court heard.
SUBCONTRATORS in Donegal and across the country will welcome, albeit late, new reinforced statutory rights under the Construction Contracts Bill, which was passed last night (Tuesday), Senator Jimmy Harte announced.
MANY people in Donegal are having to wait up to 20 weeks to access help with their budgeting and finances according to figures revealed this week.
They also reflect the extent of the financial crisis affecting families in the county, with 160 people still waiting on their first appointment with the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS). This figure is the highest of all the services 53 offices across the country.
A Circuit Court judge has ordered a psychologist’s report on a man who has pleaded guilty to burglary at the home of a 96-year old Buncrana woman in January.
DURING the final week of the Earagail Arts Festival An Grianán Theatre in Letterkenny will host a series of lunchtime performances, creating a platform for new and emerging work from the world of theatre.
DONEGAL County Museum needs your help with a forthcoming exhibition on various Donegal sporting heroes.
THE severe impact of the recession and austerity in North Donegal was evidenced this week by the above average number of people waiting for an appointment with MABS and the length of time they are having to wait.
Joe McHugh is Fine Gael’s Connaught-Ulster Director of Elections for Seanad abolition referendum
A LETTERKENNY chiropractor will be sentenced next week for breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s home and then dragging her back into the house and assaulting her.