RESIDENTS at a housing estate in Letterkenny have spoke of the ‘terror, panic and bewilderment’ they experienced after a car bomb exploded near their homes in the early hours of this morning (Friday).
TWO men were arrested in Bundoran this morning following the seizure of more than €115,000 worth of the ‘party drug’ Methylone.
THE Milford Inn is to re-open for business next Friday, managed by Neil Blaney and his family on behalf of a group of investors. Up to 50 jobs could be created.
VINTAGE tractor enthusiasts are aiming to break a world record in Donegal next year. The Ferguson World Record Challenge is to take place in Burt on September 20-21.
LETTERKENNY Institute of Technology (LYIT) is just one of eight institutes around the country to share in a €23 million investment to boost regional innovation and job creation.
INDIVIDUALS and groups are being sought to take part in a free ‘storytelling through theatre’ workshop in south Donegal next weekend.
CONTRACTORS are being invited to tender for major refurbishment and alteration works at the popular Glencolmcille Folk Village.
PLANNERS are seeking further information after “major concerns” were expressed about an application to demolish the landmark Oatfield sweet factory.
A TECHNICAL examination is to resume this morning (Monday) after a huge 245-foot high wind turbine came crashing down during heavy winds near Ardara at the weekend.
THE first ever book dedicated to life in east Donegal before, during and after the Great Famine has just been published.