BY DIONNE MEEHAN WITH input costs constantly on the rise a Donegal farmer has decided to take matters into his own hands by making the decision to run his farm 100 per cent chemical free. Cathal Mooney, who is the founder of Heather Hill Farm operates his farm on 10 acres of land based in Dunkineely. […]
THE HSE has confirmed that a permanent GP has been recruited for Dunkineely. Dr Janinda Muhandiramge will take up the role from Monday, January 30th. Advertisement The surgery had been without a GP since November, with people having to attend Glenties for appointments. In the interim, Dr Charles McManus was providing cover for GMS […]
The GP will take up their appointment early in the new year.
THE removal of Dunkineely’s GP surgery has been branded as a “hammerblow” to the community. The well-established surgery is to close today, leaving the area with no GP service. Instead, people will have to travel to Glenties to attend appointments with their GP. The news emerged on Friday when Sinn Féin TD for Donegal, Deputy Pearse […]
FOR the fourth month in succession, Naomh Ultan brought to county committee’s attention allegations that some forty-nine children residing in the parish of Killaghtee – their club’s catchment area – are registered with St Naul’s and Killybegs.
A THREE-PERSON sub committee has been appointed to investigate allegations that 49 players from the Naomh Ultan club’s parish are registered with neighbouring clubs – amid claims that the Dunkineely-based club could ‘fold’ if action isn’t forthcoming.
NAOMH Ultan’s Terence McGinley has claimed that up to thirty players from his club’s area are ‘registered and playing illegally’ with neighbouring clubs.
THIS Saturday night, February 22, sees a return to the hugely successful concerts in McIntyre’s Bar, Dunkineely with the widely anticipated arrival of Irish traditional music sensation Mórga.
Donegal GAA is in mourning following the deaths of former player Brian Cotter and legendary author Owen McCann
In his 53rd year, Martin Shovlin is still toiling away for Naomh Ultan…