Finn Harps will look to pick up their first win in eight games when they take on Wexford Youths in Finn Park tonight (kick-off, 7.45pm)
A 23-years-old man has pleaded guilty to twenty-five charges of sexual assault against two boys and a girl.
A LETTERKENNY chiropractor will be sentenced next week for breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s home and then dragging her back into the house and assaulting her.
A VERY exciting theatre production that has won awards all over the world and has been a huge hit at the Edinburgh Fringe for the past two years is coming to this year’s 25th Earagail Arts Festival in County Donegal.
MINISTER of State for the Gaeltacht, Dinny McGinley, T.D., welcomed nine U.S. Citizens to Gleann Cholm Cille, Donegal today (Monday).
DRUMKEEN United manager Michael Rodgers says his team will play without fear when they meet Donal O’Brien’s Cockhill in this weekend’s top of the table clash in the Ulster Senior League…
ALLEGATIONS of irregularities relating to the expenses of three county councillors in Donegal have been referred to the Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO).
OVER 50 years after he saved a man’s life in London, a Letterkenny man’s bravery has been posthumously recognised in his native town
DRUMKEEN United underlined their title credentials with an impressive win over defending Ulster Senior League champions Derry City at St. Patrick’s Park on Wednesday night.
GWEEDORE native Jason Duffy scooped the “Pharmacy Manager of the Year Award” at the annual Pharmacy Industry Awards in Dublin’s Burlington Hotel last weekend.