NURSES and midwives gave Health Minister James Reilly the ‘silent treatment’ when he arrived to address their annual conference in Letterkenny on Friday
THE Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) moved on Friday to reassure students, staff and parents that courses will be continuing as normal at the Institute’s Killybegs campus.
AN investigation is under way after the mysterious death of 32 swans in Dunfanaghy. Officials say the animals died within a four-week period and the cause is unknown.
A selection of photos from the North-West 10 K.
THE Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine has issued a Forest Fire Risk Warning advising that extreme or high forest fire risk conditions exist over parts of Ireland and that these conditions are expected to continue over the May Bank Holiday weekend.
A MAJOR employer in west Donegal has announced plans to expand its Dungloe-based operation in a move which will create almost 100 new jobs.
“Live life to the max and enjoy every minute, ‘cause in a minute it could all be over”: these are the words of Copany native Aaron Scott who died by suicide on December 4th last.
WELL-known Letterkenny business The Swilly Group is holding a fun day of events in aid of Relay For Life next week.
A LETTERKENNY man has been found not guilty of causing the death of a three-year-old by dangerous driving.
A PUBLIC meeting is being held in the Rosses next week towards developing a plan for fishing dependent communities in Donegal.