Ramelton’s Murray takes bronze at Transplant Games

RAMELTON’S Kieran Murray has just returned from the World Transplant Games in Malaga after winning a bronze medal. Something of a veteran of the games, Kieran has competed twice previously, once in Argentina and once in South Africa. On both occasions he was instrumental in helping the Irish team secure a haul of medals. Advertisement […]

Jobstown letter: What type of society are we living in?

A Donegal News reader has got in touch regarding the recent verdicts in the Jobstown trials. Do you agree? Dear Editor AFTER the decision by the jury in relation to the Jobstown trial to find the defendants ‘Not Guilty’ I began to wonder what type of society are we living in. Advertisement The blame game […]

Appeal for information about missing Falcarragh man

AN appeal has gone out for information about a young Donegal man who has not been seen since yesterday. Bryan Sweeney, from Falcarragh, was last seen at about 12.30pm on Saturday driving towards Creeslough from Kilmacrennan in a black Seat Cordoba, 06TN363. The car is displaying N plates. Bryan is 23-years-old, has fair hair and […]

Arlene swapping the Convent for New Mexico

THE end of school brings around a host of opportunities and possibilities for young people. Some will go straight into work, or decide on a trade to pursue. Others will opt to go to college. There are students who will be keen to stay close to home, others will head for Dublin or Galway, and […]

McCloskey fires Ballybofey United to magnificent double

NIALL McCloskey’s mantelpiece was pretty underwhelming before the start of last season. The 21-year-old has been playing for Ballybofey United since he was ten, but didn’t have much to show for his endeavours. There was a cup success when he was Under 16, but that was a rare moment of satisfaction in his young career. […]