A BALLYBOFEY firm has lost its appeal against a decision to award more than €4,000 to a businessman who bought ‘defective fuel’ from their premises.
Stairs fall ‘did not contribute’ to teenager’s death
A CORONER has ruled a young Stranorlar man could have died from ‘sustained or self-sustained injuries.’
Child sex offender supported by ‘nearest and dearest’
A COURT has heard that a 54-year-old Convoy man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl has the support of his “nearest and dearest”.
Two young Derry men caught racing each other at 200 kph
A JUDGE has expressed his disbelief at hearing that two young Derry men were caught racing at 200 kph side by side along the local dual carriageway.
Letterkenny man convicted of cruelty to seven horses
A LETTERKENNY man has been convicted of animal cruelty at Letterkenny District Court after pleading guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to seven
Meenlaragh man led gardai on 29km car chase
A MAN who admitted 13 offences following a 29-kilometre car chase by gardai was fined a total of €2,900 at Dungloe District Court.
John Gallagher tells court he was in fear for his life
DOUBLE killer John Gallagher told a court that he was in fear for his life when his estranged brother threw a rock through the windscreen of his van
Man charged with assault in Letterkenny car park
A MAN charged with assault causing harm in the centre of Letterkenny has been further remanded to appear before court to be served with a book
Senator Brian O’Domhnaill case adjourned again
AN ALLEGED ‘drunk in charge’ case against Donegal Senator Brian O’Domhnaill has been adjourned again at Letterkenny District Court.
‘Man of God’ arrested wants right to motu proprio
A KILDARE man intentionally smashed the windows of a parochial house in County Donegal at the weekend to get himself arrested, a judge heard.