Three organisations in Donegal receive €20,000 funding 

The Ireland Funds, the global philanthropic network, has awarded €20,000 to three not-for-profit projects serving Donegal through its Heart of the Community Fund. Each year, the funding provides critical funding to a wide range of community organisations and charities on the island of Ireland. The Ireland Funds recognises the challenges organisations face in securing funding to […]

Missing teenager found safe and well

GARDAÍ have confirmed that the teenager who was reported missing on July 12 has been found.  A spokesperson said the teenager has been located safe and well. “We would like to thank the public and media for their assistance,” said the spokesperson.

Collision on road at Tooban, Burnfoot

Emergency services are currently at the scene of a collision at Tooban, Burnfoot. Diversions are in place and some delays are expected. Motorists are advised to take alternative routes.

Talented Toni making an impact on others through her music

A TALENTED St Johnston woman who suffers with crippling anxiety is hoping her music and courage will help other people who may be struggling with their mental health. Toni Ross (26) a talented singer and guitarist, currently works as a receptionist in the St Johnston Carrigans Family Resource Centre. With some encouragement from her cousin Shannon, she […]

Pursuing her dream career close to home

A DONEGAL homebird is taking full advantage of Donegal ATU as she continues to pursue her dream career without having to flee too far from the nest. Lisa Gallagher from Glenfin began her third level journey further afield but after year one she realised that she would like to be closer to home. Lisa took time to […]

Mortgage interest costs rise by 46 percent in 12 months

SINN Féin spokesperson on Finance Pearse Doherty has called for the introduction of temporary and targeted mortgage interest relief to support struggling households. The Donegal TD was speaking after the Central Statistics Office found that mortgage interest costs had risen by 46 percent in the past 12 months. Speaking today, Teachta Doherty said: “Yesterday the […]

Pringle calls on Government to assist Iceland workers

Independent TD for Donegal, Thomas Pringle, has called on Government to assist Iceland workers who are still seeking pay after the company went into examinership. Addressing the Tánaiste in the Dáil, Deputy Pringle said: “As you will know, several Iceland stores across Ireland have been closed, including the Letterkenny store in my own constituency, after […]

Twenty four hours in Dublin from Donegal Airport

IT’S amazing what you can pack into 24 hours in Dublin – especially with a quick flight from Donegal Airport. We arrived at Donegal Airport on Thursday morning at around 6.30am,checked in and even had time to enjoy a sneaky sausage roll from the cafe before boarding the 7.50am flight to Dublin. It was the most chilled out experience I […]

Appeal for missing dog believed to be in St Johnston

A SOCIAL media campaign has been launched for a missing dog believed to be in the St Johnston area.  Murphy, the brown and white beagle, was in the vehicle which was involved in a collision on the Letterkenny Road in Derry on Tuesday morning and has been missing since. He was last seen yesterday evening […]

Man charged with Sliabh Liag incident to appear in court this afternoon

THE man, in his 30s, arrested yesterday as part of an ongoing investigation into an alleged assault that reportedly took place in the Slieve League/Killybegs area has been charged.  The alleged incident occurred between Saturday, June and Sunday, June 25, 2023. He is due to appear before a special sitting of Ballyshannon District court at […]