he prospect of another season in green and gold enticed her back to the Donegal shores, however, when the season concluded, Aoife made the decision to move back to Australia in order to find full-time work.
Carlow/Kildare deer poaching gangs detected in Donegal
A SENIOR garda has confirmed two suspected criminal deer poaching gangs from as far away as Carlow and Kildare were intercepted in Donegal this month.
Meditation centre plan for Donegal
A YOUNG woman from Northern Ireland hopes to open what is believed to be Ireland’s first independent meditation centre in Donegal.
Top line-up for Glenties trad festival this weekend
A FANTASTIC traditional music and arts festival celebrating the rich tradition of music and song kicks off in Glenties tonight.
2016 will be year of family reunification – Taoiseach
THE TAOISEACH has said he aims to reduce taxes to encourage return of emigrants.
Glenties and Moville residents deny meter installers attacked or threatened
TWO residents from Glenties and Moville have denied that men installing meters on behalf of Irish Water (IW) were threatened or intimidated in their respective areas.
Glenties singer David Moore to represent Donegal at Irish Youth Music Awards
A GLENTIES teenager has been chosen to represent the county at the Irish Youth Music Awards.
Swinging is, apparently, popular among Donegal couples
HUNDREDS of couples in Donegal are signing up to online websites to meet other couples as the practice of ‘swinging’ becomes rife across the county.
Coláiste Ailigh aim to make history in Ward Cup final
COLÁISTE Ailigh meet North East Institute from Magherfelt in the Ward Cup final at Celtic Park
Aoife McDonnell enjoying her Donegal return
AOIFE McDonnell spent two years in Sydney, but the noises from home called loud enough late last year.