A COUNTY-WIDE appeal has been made for farmers in Donegal who have spare feed stocks to come forward as signs of a major fodder crisis begin to emerge.
THE 39 per cent of home owners in Donegal who have not paid their Household Charge will be pursued by the Revenue Commissioners a spokesperson for Donegal County Council warned yesterday (Thursday).
HISTORY will be made next month when for the first time in over half a century a passenger train will run through the night in Donegal.
A BUNCRANA-born father has launched a campaign on Facebook in the hope of being allowed back into the USA to see his young son grow up.
AS the Local Property Tax (LPT) bills began dropping through Donegal letter boxes this week, angry householders in unfinished estates are asking why they should have to pay.
CUTS on teachers’ allowances being considered at the Croke Park 2 negotiations could have a detrimental effect on staff currently working at island, Gaeltacht schools and Gaelscoileanna.
THE heartbroken family of a 66-years-old Letterkenny man who took his own life have hit out at the help he was offered by the HSE.
PLANNERS are seeking further information after “major concerns” were expressed about an application to demolish the landmark Oatfield sweet factory.
THE Donegal Rally is seeking a major sponsor after Topaz announced it would not be renewing its sponsorship this year.
A SHOP assistant feared for his life during a robbery at knife-point on Sunday evening.