OVER €4 million is to be invested in two community hospitals previously earmarked for closure. DONEGAL TD Joe McHugh confirmed yesterday that the HSE intends to invest the money on upgrading works to retain and enhance community hospital services in Stranorlar and Ramelton. The confirmation follows a meeting with HSE Area Manager John Hayes. Advertisement […]
A DONEGAL County Council member has been charged with drink driving, six months after being given a motoring ban for a similar type offence. Ciaran Brogan’s case was mentioned at Letterkenny District Court on Monday. The 44-year-old of Sockar, Trentagh, Letterkenny, is accused of drink driving at Treanbeg in Trentagh on April 1. Advertisement It […]
DONEGAL’S Road Safety Working Group is calling on drivers to act responsibly over the Easter weekend. Offering some key road safety tips, the working group advised: Always wear a seatbelt and ensure that your passengers do so also. Ensure that car seats for children are installed and used correctly. Advertisement Never drink or drug drive. […]
The Donegal vigil is one of a number taking place across the country today – Good Friday – at 5pm, under the banner of ‘Still Waiting’ campaign.
Andrew Allen, 24, was shot dead in front of his partner at a house in Buncrana in 2012.
EVERTON manager Ronald Koeman and club captain Phil Jagielka travelled to Donegal earlier today to visit Seamus Coleman at his Killybegs home.
A DONEGAL man accused of involvement in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing in London is to be pursued through the civil court. Families of soldiers killed in the IRA attack are reportedly taking legal action against John Downey. The Carrigart man was charged four years ago with the murders, which he denied, but the prosecution […]
Sinn Féin Finance Spokesperson Deputy Pearse Doherty has welcomed confirmation from the HSE that it has agreed to set-up a pilot project at Dungloe Community Hospital which will see the rollout of community based Ultrasound services .
Donegal will now play Dublin in All-Ireland semi-final
TRANSITION year students from the Abbey Vocational School in Donegal Town and St Columba’s College in Stranorlar are to benefit from a new tourism training pilot project just launched in the LYIT School of Tourism in Killybegs.