Dublin’s Parnell Park is the venue for what team manager Michael Naughton has called the biggest ever day for ladies football in the county.
THE Irish Government has ring-fenced €15 million in funding to finally rectify the notorious ‘Blue Banks’ road on the N56. Tenders for the construction of the road between Coolboy and Kilmacrennan will be issued in the coming weeks. It follows a case made to Government by Donegal Deputy Joe McHugh that a new water main […]
DONEGAL County Council has used the first meeting held since the death of Sean McEniff to pay tributes to the Bundoran businessman. Mr McEniff passed away last month, seven months after falling ill while on holiday in Gran Canaria. The 81-year-old served on Donegal County Council from 1967 until 1979 and again from 1985 up […]
GAOTH Dobhair manager Mervyn O’Donnell fears that he will be without two of his best players this week.
WEST Tyrone will have a new MP on June 8 after Sinn Féin’s Pat Doherty announced his decision to stand down. Mr Doherty, who has held the West Tyrone parliamentary seat for 16 years, confirmed his decision to the party on Wednesday ahead of a selection meeting in the Mellon Country Hotel where Barry McElduff […]
A barber by trade, Marty has worked in Gerry’s Barbers on Letterkenny’s Main Street for the past 17 years.
Mr Glackin (36) will leave politics to one side on Sunday however as he leads reigning Donegal GAA champions Glenswilly into battle against Ardara
See Friday and Monday’s Donegal News for a selection of News and Photographs from around the County this week. Pictured are some of the staff at Penney’s Letterkenny who are going to complete the Pieta House, Darkness into Light 5k walk on Saturday morning in memory of their colleague Seamy Peoples. Photo: Donna El Assaad
DEVASTATED work colleagues and friends of a young Letterkenny man who died last month will take part in Darkness into Light tomorrow, (Saturday) in his memory. Seamus (Seamy) Peoples died on April 4. A valued and popular member of staff in Penneys where he had worked for 12 years, employees there are now planning to […]
REPAIRS to a burst water main may cause supply disruptions to The Glebe, Golf Course Road, Kiltoy and surrounding areas of Letterkenny today, Irish Water has warned. Works have an estimated completion time of 5pm. Anyone needing to contact the water authority should quote the unique reference number, DON010238.