THE Minister for Transport has confirmed that Malin Head Coastguard station will remain open, after months of concern that it was in line for closure in a money saving exercise by the government.
THE possible presence of a number of rare, antique ‘gutta percha’ golf balls in Lough Salt, once owned by world renowned golfer Old Tom Morris, got a mention on BBC Northern Ireland news last night.
THE word is out on what will be one of next summer’s most exciting events to take place near one of the most beautiful spots in West Donegal.
A BITTER argument between the Mayor of Donegal and the Fianna Fáil Party Whip permeated proceedings at the monthly meeting of Donegal County Council on Monday.
THE County Donegal Heritage Office has renewed its appeal for information to identify the location of 25 ‘missing’ holy wells.
SINN Féin TD Pearse Doherty has expressed ‘shock and outrage’ after a mother was forced to drive her unconscious child to Letterkenny General Hospital (LGH) in her own car with a paramedic in the back.
THE agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment to the North West has acknowledged that more needs to be done to create employment in Donegal.
SLANDERS and inshore fishermen across Donegal are describing as highly significant an EU decision to remove “unnecessary technical conservation measures”.
THREE Donegal farmers were part of a 60-strong group which occupied the offices of the European Commission in Dublin on Thursday evening.
JUST under one quarter of the population of Donegal have a third level qualification according to recent results from the Census 2011.