Drumkeen maintain perfect start

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.

Council pays tribute to Bernard McGlinchey

A ‘formidable’ politician and a man of great vision, was how members of Donegal County Council described former County Councillor Bernard McGlinchey at their meeting in Lifford today.

Catching the big wave Down Under

By Harry Walsh  THE freezing unseasonal weather has affected most water sports over the last few weeks – but it’s nothing out of the ordinary for two young Donegal surf-kayakers. Kieran McDyre (20), from Maas, Glenties and Conor O’Donnell (18), Annagry enjoy nothing better than coming face to face with six-foot waves off the Donegal […]

Impressive Harps take down Cobh

FINN Harps showed a ruthless edge as they systematically dismantled a weary Cobh Ramblers in their opening home game of the season at Finn Park on Friday night.

GPs across Donegal earned over €22.5m

FAMILY doctors across Donegal earned more than €22.5 million for the care of patients under the medical card and other state schemes in 2011.


Lot of work still to be done – Durcan

AS County Board Chairman Sean Dunnion made a presentation to Donegal goalkeeper Paul Durcan to mark his 100th game in the minutes after yesterday’s game, his Tyrone counterpart Niall Morgan was holding court with the national media in the middle of Healy Park.

Duffy’s cut victim to be buried in Ardara

A Donegal man killed building America will finally get proper burial in Ardara on Saturday afternoon, more than 180 years after he was believed to have been murdered at Duffy’s Cut, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.