Chris McNulty profiles Donegal corner-back Paddy McGrath…
Donegal v Tyrone build-up: Stakes always high when these rivals clash
Chris McNulty examines the rivalry between Donegal and Tyrone…
Donegal farmers hit crisis
DONEGAL farming is in crisis and, with no let-up in the adverse weather conditions in sight, many farmers could go to the wall, the Chairman of the county’s largest farming organisation has claimed
Game to give Twin Towns €1million boost
SUNDAY’S Ulster Championship game between Donegal and Tyrone in Ballybofey is set boost the local economy by over €1million…
Team news: Same again from Donegal
DONEGAL have selected the same team that started the All-Ireland final in September to face Tyrone in Sunday’s eagerly-awaited Ulster SFC quarter-final…
GAA match delayed to allow helicopter land on pitch
YESTERDAY’S Division One reserve clash between Naomh Conaill and St Michael’s in Glenties was halted after a search and rescue helicopter landed on the pitch.
Letterkenny man is first Donegal person to climb Mount Everest
POPULAR Letterkenny businessman Jason Black this morning became the first Donegal person ever to summit the world’s highest and most dangerous mountain – Mount Everest.
Gardai seeking information in relation to “brutal” Letterkenny murder
GARDAI have described as “brutal” the murder of a Polish national in his apartment in Letterkenny earlier this week.
Donegal designed software speeds border entries
PASSENGERS passing through Dublin Airport on Friday were able to avail of the latest biometric identification technology developed by SITA in Letterkenny.
‘Stick to the day job’ – Minister tells nurse
NURSES and midwives gave Health Minister James Reilly the ‘silent treatment’ when he arrived to address their annual conference in Letterkenny on Friday