RENTS in Donegal continue to rise due to shortage of supply. Figures released this week show rents rose by 3.2 per cent in the first three months of this year.
VIDEO: Kilmacrennan girl surprises guests at her 21st with her amazing acting skills
LAST Friday Claire Doherty from Kilmacrennan celebrated her 21st birthday and also fulfilled her lifetime dream of becoming an actress.
Tremor felt in parts of Donegal
A TREMOR which shook parts of Donegal recently is being investigated by scientists who are trying to determine what caused it.
Tunnel Tigers Scottish pictures sought
PICTURES are being sought Donegal ‘Tunnel Tigers’ at work on the Ben Cruachan Power Station in Scotland during the years 1959-1965.
Report: Keating strikes late winner for Finn Harps
RUAIRI Keating’s late winner preserved Finn Harps’ three-point lead at the top of the First Division and stretched the Ballybofey side’s unbeaten run out to ten games.
Video: Strabanimal gets into ‘feud’ over runners in D’Ultimate Fighter
AFTER landing in Las Vegas during the week Strabane Mixed Martial Artist has only ended up in a ‘feud’ over … runners.
Help Killygordon couple’s baby with aggressive form of cancer
A MAJOR fund-raising drive is underway to help a young Killygordon couple whose five-month-old son is undergoing treatment for a very rare and aggressive form of cancer.
Video: Song inspired by Darkness Into Light campaign
A DONEGAL performing arts group this week re-released a song to promote a campaign raising funds to open suicide and self harm crisis.
Illegal dumpers must be reported – local resident
RESIDENTS have expressed their disgust at those who dumped tonnes of rubbish along a short stretch of a scenic road near Letterkenny.
Mulroy Drive to be mapped as Wild Atlantic Way detour
A CAMPAIGN by a group of determined locals from the Mulroy area have succeeded in getting their area included as the first official extension to the Wild Atlantic Way.