A huge sense of pride and fulfilment was etched across Neilly Byrne’s face as the Coláiste na Carraige coach reflected on an absorbing 60 minutes that ended in glorious ecstasy for the proud school from south-west Donegal.
A LEADING women’s advocate group in Donegal has joined a growing campaign to change the law in order to target the buyers of sex.
A WAR of words has broken out between the Mayor of Donegal and another County Councillor over the contentious issue of sending a delegation to the annual St Patrick’s Day celebrations in America.
A SERIES of thefts in the Letterkenny area at the weekend are the most recent to add to a long list of incidents of burglaries and thefts which appear to be reaching epidemic proportions in the county.
Raphoe’s quest for a return to Ulster Hockey’s top flight continued with this win over North Down…
A RARE sixteenth century Spanish Armada associated crucifix which was discovered in Killybegs is to go under the hammer at an auction in Dublin at the end of the month.
DONEGAL’S top traffic Garda has described as a huge concern the fact that the non-wearing of seat belts was a factor in more than half the deaths on the county’s roads this year.
IT WAS ‘fireworks’ all the way when Falcarragh man Declan McFadden proposed to his Letterkenny girlfriend, Laura Graham, on Christmas Day.
THOSE who missed a Donegal woman become a champion eight times on the brain-teasing television gameshow Countdown, will get another opportunity to see her in action tomorrow on Channel 4.
FOLLOWING a 14-year absence, the Field Day Theatre Company returns with a double bill at Derry City’s Playhouse Theatre tonight.