Donegal named as one of Ireland’s most veggie-friendly counties

THE most vegetarian-friendly counties in Ireland have been revealed, with Donegal being ranked ninth best in the country. Data experts from HelloFresh Ireland ranked each county by how well they cater to vegetarians by how many vegetarian restaurants and takeaway options there, as well as how many vegetarian recipe searches there are. Ireland’s food scene […]

Appeal for information as Doochary welcome sign damaged

A LOCAL community group is appealing for anyone with information about damage to the Doochary welcome stoneto come forward.  The sign, which was made of stone and engraved with ‘Failte An Ducharaidh’, has been completely destroyed and broken into pieces. The well known stone was located at the entrance of the village at a picnic […]

Donegal Gardaí remember late colleague on his anniversary

GARDAÍ in Donegal have paid tribute to their late colleague Sergeant Paul Reid on the 28th anniversary of his death.  Sergeant Paul Reid was killed 28 years ago in Sarajevo. In a poignant post on Facebook, Garda Síochána Donegal said, “Today marks the 28th of the passing of Sergeant Paul Reid R.I.P. “On May 18, 1995, […]

Man arrested following house fire in Derry

A MAN has been arrested following a house fire in Derry last night. From enquiries so far, it’s understood a bin was set on fire at the back of the property on Chamberlain Street with the blaze spreading to the house. No one was in the house at the time, and no injuries have been […]

Parishioners to hold candlelit vigil in attempt to keep Fr Paddy Dunne 

 PARISHIONERS in Kilmacrennan are holding a candlelit vigil as part of their campaign to keep Fr Paddy Dunne as parish priest in the area.  The candlelit vigil is being held in the Kilmacrennan Chapel car park on Friday night at 9pm. Candles will be provided. It comes as the Bishop’s office announced a number of changes […]

People of Northern Ireland go to polls tomorrow

RESIDENTS of the North are going to the polls tomorrow to vote in the local government elections.  Polls will open tomorrow morning at 7am as residents across the North vote for candidates to form their local Councils. The polls will close at 10pm tomorrow night. Advertisement The electorate will choose 462 councillors across 11 district […]

Manorcunningham water issues to be resolved at last

THERE is good news for residents of Rosbracken and Raymoghy as steps are finally being taken to resolve the ongoing issues with water supply in the area. Water outages in this area of Manorcunningham have been a recurring issue for a number of years and most recently, the residents were left without water on Christmas […]

Lucky Donegal Lotto player scoops €1 million prize

A National Lottery player from Donegal scooped the Daily Million top prize of €1 million in last night’s 9pm draw. The National Lottery is set to reveal the winning store at a celebratory event in Donegal on Friday morning. Daily Million players in Donegal are urged to check their tickets to see if they are […]

Rory Gallagher resigns as Derry GAA senior manager

DERRY GAA have tonight confirmed  Rory Gallagher’s resignation as manager. Derry GAA issued the following statement to the media tonight: “Derry GAA can today confirm Rory Gallagher has stepped down as the county’s senior football manager. Advertisement “Ciaran Meenagh will assume the role for the rest of the 2023 season. “Derry GAA will be making […]

Newmills Corn and Flax Mill to reopen in June

Newmills Corn and Flax Mill will reopen in June.  The site will be open to visitors on June 1 2023 and will remain open for the summer season, closing on September 30. The site will be open to the public Tuesday to Sunday each week (closed on Mondays). Advertisement There will be a guide service […]