A BUSY Ballybofey supermarket this week started an initiative to make its store more autism and disability friendly.
The family friendly crazy wrestler from Gweedore
CAMBO Cray has one objective. To hit you harder than you have ever been hit before in your entire life.
McElhinneys take on global giants for top award
McElhinneys of Ballybofey has been shortlisted alongside some of the biggest companies on the planet for a prestigious international e-Commerce award.
Documentary captures plight of Donegal fishermen
DONEGAL’s coastal and island communities feature strongly in a powerful new Irish-made documentary, narrated by Brendan Gleeson.
‘Outstanding’ young person defies the odds
DESPITE being blind in one eye, partially sighted in the other and having a number of ‘disabilities’, a young Letterkenny man has defied all the odds.
Meet the ‘therapy dogs’ and their hero handlers
SCORES of adults and children across Donegal are enjoying the therapeutic benefits of ‘man’s best friend’ thanks to a little-known charity.
New chapter for charity bookshop
AFTER being ‘homeless’ for six months, the famous House of Books charity bookshop in Ballybofey is back in business in a brand new premises.
Eir apologises to woman (80) after alarm cut off
TELECOMS provider ‘Eir’ has apologised to an elderly Arranmore woman, who lives alone, after it disconnected her personal alarm and telephone line.
Letterkenny actor on the front line in ‘Somme’ role
A LETTERKENNY man has secured one of the lead roles in a major new Abbey Theatre production of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme.
Donegal is great, apart from Bundoran and Letterkenny
COUNTY Donegal remains the ‘wild child of Ireland’ and Letterkenny still has no soul according to the biggest selling travel guidebook in the world.