THERE are more than a dozen pubs for sale in Donegal, the majority of them in rural parts of the county. The listings on Daft.ie come as The Drinks Industry Group of Ireland warns of an “alarming” decline in the bar industry. From Buncrana in Inishowen to Narin in the south and from Ballybofey to Derrybeg, the property website has […]
THE Derrybeg NCT test centre has the lowest pass rate in the country this year, according to new figures released this week. The Derrybeg centre had a pass rate of 38.81 per cent compared to the Deansgrange test centre in Dublin which had a pass rate of 62 per cent, the highest in the state. […]
VICTIMS of drink ‘spiking’ are being urged to come forward and report it to local gardaí in the wake of an incident in Derrybeg. Gardaí received reports of people passing out at a premises in Derrybeg on Friday night . However, on arrival to the scene, no-one was present and the staff at the location […]
The two former businessmen now aged in their nineties, still play golf on the Magheragallon golf links.
Donegal County Council is actively investigating this matter as an unauthorised development and the matter will be pursued accordingly.
AFTER thirty-five years teaching at Scoil Naomh Duaigh, Annagry, including the last six as principal, Hughie ‘Rua’ Gallagher is handing over the chalk
The father of the Clannad musicians has passed away.
INDEPENDENT Councillor Micheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig has called for steps to be taken to regulate camping and caravaning near Port Arthur beach as more than 25 caravans are illegally parked in the vicinity.
AFTER an absence of a number of years, a large group of primary school student teachers will come to Gaoth Dobhair for the Easter holidays in order to improve their Irish.
A GAOTH Dobhair man has taken the brave step of setting up his own business in West Donegal.