THE funeral will take place in Letterkenny on Monday of Joe Kelly, the Donegal businessman who passed away suddenly in China on Sunday, November 1. Joe (55) was the global Vice-President of corporate communications at Chinese technology giant Huawei and had been living in Shenzhen since December 2012. The son of Frank and Ann Kelly, […]
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Letterkenny’s Sean Devenney and Ronan Whyte, Ardara, are both members of the North West Snooker Club in Letterkenny.
Aidan will travel to China with his son in July. Whether they go as National champions only time will tell but it won’t be for the lack of effort
Yuhan was taken to her grandparents home in Fujian, a province on the southeast coast of China, following the tragic death of her father in Glenties
With the Chinese New Year Festival starting the following day, February 16, it really is shaping up to be a great 2018 for one Donegal family.
Securing ranking points for the 2018 World U18 and U21 Championships in Carlow this weekend would be another welcome boost for the Ardara potter
Four years later Yuhan Chen (7) continues to live more than five thousand miles away from her mother and older brother Jacky who both live in Ardara
Ronan Whyte will travel to China in early July ahead of the competition which gets underway on July 7
Drumkeen and Donegal are extremely proud of local 34-year-old Raymond Sweeney Creative Director, Producer and Lead Dancer of Titanicdance