DEAD sheep, lambs and all sorts of rubbish have been found dumped into a stream in a scenic area of Gweedore.
Report: Concern for McGee as Donegal lose in Mayo
DONEGAL are tonight anxiously awaiting the results of an x-ray on the left knee of All-Star full-back Neil McGee.
Huge wind turbine blown down near Ardara
A TECHNICAL examination is to resume this morning (Monday) after a huge 245-foot high wind turbine came crashing down during heavy winds near Ardara at the weekend.
Gaoth Dobhair’s human chain is the big winner
THOUSANDS of people flocked to St Patrick’s Day festivities around the county yesterday, but it was an event in aid of the battle against cancer that proved to be the big winner.
Report: Murphy shoots Donegal to comfortable win
DONEGAL steamrolled Kerry in the Ballybofey snow this afternoon to edge themselves closer to survival.
McCarron rescues impressive point for Harps
Sean McCarron scored a dramatic, late equaliser for Finn Harps in Waterford…
Donegal ‘tigers’ sought for massive London tunnel project
DONEGAL’S legendary ‘Tunnel Tigers’ are being sought for a massive seventeen billion euro construction and expansion of the London Underground network.
Seven-up for impressive Raphoe
Raphoe swept into the semi-finals of the Irish Hockey Trophy with a 7-1 thrashing of Dublin University.
Protest held outside McEniff hotel in Dublin
OVER 60 held a protest outside a Dublin hotel on Saturday to highlight widespread anger at the recent alleged racist comments against Travellers made by Donegal councillor.
Father of Gallagher sisters vows to help tackle cyber-bullying
THE FATHER of two Donegal sisters who took their own lives has spoken for the first time on how his daughters’ deaths have left him consumed by guilt.