RESIDENTS are demanding action be taken after a car overturned on a notoriously dangerous corner on the outskirts of Letterkenny.
A GANG has struck in what is believed to be the first identity theft scam of its kind in Donegal. Up to eleven cars were broken into and personal identity data stolen, in has been described as a very ‘sinister’ development in Letterkenny.
A PHOTOGRAPH of the night sky taken from Trusk Lough near Ballybofey was seen by millions of viewers on the BBC2 Stargazing programme on Wednesday night.
A BEAUTIFULLY shot advertisement featuring Fanad Lighthouse has been receiving rave reviews worldwide since it hit the TV screens recently.
OPERATION Transformation took off in Letterkenny this week with almost 200 people registering to undertake the challenge and at the same time support a cause close to many peoples’ hearts.
A RARE sixteenth century Spanish Armada associated crucifix which was discovered in Killybegs is to go under the hammer at an auction in Dublin at the end of the month.
A TOTAL of five same-sex civil partnerships were registered in Donegal in 2012, according to figures released by the Department of Social Protection. Four of the couples were male and one couple was female.
THERE has been a significant decrease in theft and public order offences in the Donegal Garda Division according to the most recent crime figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
MATTHEW Leckey was the toast of Raphoe on New Years Day as his late goal won the Linden Cup for the first time in the Donegal club’s history.
TEENAGE fans of X Factor stars Union J were left bitterly disappointed yesterday (Thursday) after the band was forced to cancel a concert in Letterkenny.