INDEPENDENT TD Thomas Pringle has called for a moratorium on on-shore wind farms until all other alternative energy sources have been explored.
Arcanadh launch long-awaited new album this weekend
RENOWNED Irish folk group Arcanadh are making a welcome return to the music scene appearing at An Grianán Theatre, Letterkenny on Saturday to launch their latest album, Light from the Water.
Jason Quigley aims for ‘5 and 0’
JASON Quigley goes to another new venue on Friday night looking to make it 5 and 0 in his professional career.
Errigal College gets ready for big weekend of centenary celebrations
AS PART of Errigal College Letterkenny’s centenary celebrations there are three events taking place this weekend.
BREAKING NEWS: Armed gardai raid houses in Letterkenny
ARMED Gardai raided at a number of homes in Letterkenny on Wednesday as part of investigations into an upsurge in burglaries and the robbery and beating of a taxi-driver.
Gallery: Photographer captures beautiful Northern Lights from Crolly
A SEVERE solar storm reached the Earth yesterday, contributing to a display of the aurora boealis being visible across unexpected reaches of the southern hemisphere.
Traditional Donegal weaving company gets audience of millions
STUDIO Donegal is the only local company to feature in the spectacular ‘Design Island’ photographic exhibition at Dublin Airport.
Man accused of sexual assault sent forward for trial
A MAN charged with sexual assault has been sent forward for trial to the next sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court.
Alleged ‘drunk in charge’ case against Donegal Senator adjourned again
AN ALLEGED ‘drunk in charge’ case against Donegal Senator Brian O’Domhnaill has been adjourned again at Letterkenny District Court.
Want an alcohol-free St Patrick’s Day in Donegal?
A NUMBER of alcohol free, family friendly events will be offered around Donegal on St Patrick’s Day.