Seoladh Oifigiúil Plean Teanga Thoraí

I ndiaidh corradh agus bliain oibre ar chur i bhfeidhm an phlean, beidh Plean Teanga Thoraí á sheoladh go hoifigiúil agus á cheiliúradh ar 24 Samhain, ar 1i.n. sa Chlub Sóisialta, Toraigh. Cathaoirleach Údarás na Gaeltachta, Anna Ní Ghallachair a dhéanfas Plean Teanga Thoraí a sheoladh go hoifigiúil i láthair an phobail. Ócáid mhór i stair […]

Irish Cancer Society pays tribute to late Vicky Phelan

Following the death of cervical cancer campaigner Vicky Phelan, Averil Power, CEO, Irish Cancer Society has said:   “Today it is no small understatement to say we are poorer for the loss of Vicky Phelan, but truly richer as a nation for the contribution she so generously made to Irish life.  Advertisement   “Vicky refused […]

Bishop asks people to keep Creeslough in their prayers

BISHOP of Derry and Raphoe Andrew Forster has appealed to people to keep the village of Creeslough in their prayers. Rev Forster also paid tribute to the emergency services to whom we “owe an enormous debt of gratitude”. “My thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by the terrible tragedy in Creeslough. The community […]

Veritas gets bigger and better

FAITH moves mountains, goes the old adage but in the case of Letterkenny it simply moved up the street. For thirty four years the Veritas outlet occupied number 13 Lower Main Street and has now relocated to new premises at 12-14 Upper Main Street. On Thursday last, Bishop Alan McGuckian performed the official opening and […]


State of the European Union: Stronger Together

State of the European Union: Stronger Together Supplied by Barbara Nolan, Head of the European Commission Representation in Ireland European democracy is sometimes taken for granted. However, our EU democracy is unique as it places citizens’ well-being and rights at the heart of policymaking. We should treasure our values, freedoms and democratic systems, which are […]

Major Donegal managerial development

By Frank Craig Donegal’s bid to find its new senior football team boss has been dealt a huge blow with the news that Malachy O’Rourke has ruled himself out of the running. The Donegal News understands that the former Fermangh and Monaghan manager isn’t interested in succeeding Declan Bonner at the helm for the 2023 […]

Investigation launched into major fish kill

INLAND Fisheries Ireland is investigating a major fish kill incident in the Glenagannon River in Inishowen. Environmental and Fisheries Officers from the North-Western River Basin District were alerted to the incident by a member of the public via its 24-hour confidential hotline number on Friday. Following patrols conducted along the river Inland Fisheries Ireland has […]

Nest of corncrake eggs found at Fanad Head

THE discovery of a nest of corncrake eggs in north Donegal is thought to be the first of its kind in Ireland. The 11 eggs were unearthed by a farmer at Fanad Head who came upon them while mowing his field. He immediately contacted field officers at Corncrake LIFE, a new State-led programme working with the farming community to preserve and even re-create the […]