OVER 1,000 people including family, friends, political colleagues and supporters united at St Columba’s Church, Massmount, Tamney on Wednesday afternoon for the funeral of former TD and county councillor Harry Blaney.
ONE of the county’s biggest employers has announced the appointment of a new senior managing director.
THE first load of imported hay from England has reached Donegal today providing much-needed supplies for many farmers in the county.
THE political fraternity in Donegal is in mourning this morning following the death of former TD and Independent Fianna Fáil party leader, Mr Harry Blaney.
A KILLYGORDON man was acquitted of a serious assault by a jury in the Circuit Court sitting in Letterkenny today (Friday).
BIRDWATCH Ireland is going to erect “predator proof” electric fences around two separate sites in Donegal in order to protect populations of rare breeding birds from hungry foxes this summer.
YOUNG Letterkenny man Shaun Bradley is one of the designers behind a unique Dublin tour guide designed by people with Down Syndrome for people with Down Syndrome.
A FALCARRAGH farmer who was 15 when he began abusing young girls and boys in his local area has been jailed for 12 years by the Central Criminal Court today.
A WEST Donegal baby born with a very rare skin condition has spent her first three weeks at home having spent the last eight months at Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin.
FOR the second time in less than a week Letterkenny is mourning the death of a well known political representative. Town Councillor Tadhg Culbert, passed away shortly before lunchtime at the Donegal Hospice