IRELAND was still under British rule when Rose O’Donnell was born in Donegal in 1917.
THE Magheraroarty/Gortahork Road will remain closed until this afternoon following the death of a cyclist.
A Donegal weaving company has helped a distraught dog owner maintain a special bond with his beloved pet following its death. A week before Christmas and after more than two years of work, Kilcar-based firm Studio Donegal presented Tony Jenkins with a cardigan woven from the hair of his family dog, Harry. […]
FORMER State Minister Paddy Harte has been laid to rest in Raphoe following his death at the age of 86.
TRAFFIC calming measures are being called for outside a Lifford school in a bid to curb speeding drivers. Work was recently carried out to improve the road surface between Murlog National School and Murlog Chapel and the speed limit reduced from 80kph to 60kph. But it has done little to put the brakes on drivers […]
IT may have cost a few dozen hangovers but Tir na Nog’s chandelier made from Jameson whiskey bottles was worth the sacrifice.
Music legend Buddy Holly will be brought to life over five nights at the Balor Theatre from this evening (Tuesday), thanks to the pupils of St
Columba’s College in Stranorlar.
GARDAÍ in Letterkenny have launched a murder investigation following the death of a man on Thursday.
A Letterkenny councillor has hit out after being told there is no money to install crash barriers on an ‘extremely dangerous’ road. Cllr Adrian Glackin said that current safety measures on the back road from Glen to Milford were inadequate and that with the winter months looming, there was potential for a serious accident. But […]
IRELAND goalkeeper Shay Given will be in Letterkenny this weekend signing copies of his new autobiography. ‘Any Given Saturday’ traces the Lifford man’s rise from doing nets on the streets of his native Lifford to carving out an impressive career for a string of English Premiership sides as well as clinching 134 international caps for […]