MORE than 130 acres of land has been flooded in Ards following the collapse of a sea embankment, according to Sinn Féin local election candidate, John Sheamais O’Fearraigh.
Thousands attend Letterkenny St Patrick’s Day Parade
THOUSANDS of people lined the streets of Letterkenny on a glorious St Patrick’s Day to watch another successful parade.
Breaking news: Boy (13) killed after being struck by car in Buncrana
IT HAS emerged that a 13 year-old local boy was knocked down and killed outside Buncrana last night.
County Council get €1.4 million to build ten houses
DONEGAL County Council was this week awarded €1.4 million to develop six council houses in Letterkenny and four rural single rural dwellings in the county as part of a €68 million housing spend nation-wide.
Meeting for nursing home staff in Letterkenny tonight
A MEETING will be held in Letterkenny tonight where they will call for health sector employers to stop “exploiting” residential care staff.
Street re-opens after building partially collapses
WORK was expected to take place over the weekend to secure an old building which partially collapsed on to Letterkenny’s Main Street in the early hours of Friday morning.
Ballybofey teenager driving the Irish language at DCU
A BALLYBOFEY teenager who only developed an interest in the Irish language two years ago is now spearheading a major drive to promote our native tongue at one of Ireland’s largest universities.
Man to appear in court in relation to Letterkenny hit-and-run
A 20-year-old Derry man will appear in court in Sligo today charged in connection with a series of driving offences across Donegal yesterday.
Permanent access to be established for famous Bundoran beach
MINISTER for Small Business, John Perry, has received confirmation Donegal County Council, in conjunction with Bundoran Town Council, has a “well developed” proposal to establish a permanent, long-term public access to Tullan Strand.
Patient’s distress at second cancellation of operation in Letterkenny
TODAY on Barrscéalta on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta, Donegal man Tony Mac Ruairí spoke from Letterkenny General Hospital (LGH) where he has presented himself twice in the last month for a scheduled operation that was cancelled on both occasions.