A DUNGLOE woman who is battling stage four bowel cancer is speaking out in an attempt to remove the stigma around the main signs of the disease. April marks Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and recent research carried out by the Irish Cancer Society has indicated that almost one in two people are not confident about […]
Court hears that 65-year-old was selling daffodils for the Irish Cancer Society since 2013 but was keeping the money for herself
Collections in Letterkenny are going ahead but local volunteers are worried that bad weather conditions will result in poor footfall.
As part of his unique fundraiser, Marty is couch surfing around the country, relying on the kindness of strangers to put him up overnight.
ON Sunday afternoon last, Letterkenny man Roger Holmes arrived back home in Drumardagh after spending the summer travelling alone across America.
Roger Holmes (43) has set himself a sixty day target to complete his fund-raising cycle from San Francisco to New York for The Irish Cancer Society
BREAST Cancer Screening Extension will save six lives in Donegal every year.
MEMBERS of The Waves of Change Youth Club in Dunfanaghy this week attended a film-making workshop in Sligo ahead of their entry to the X-HALE Short Film Festival 2014.
MAJELLA O’Donnell has said she is going to take the brave step of having a mastectomy in the new year to remain cancer-free.
MAJELLA O’Donnell’s head shave live on the Late Late Show last Friday has raised a staggering €400,000 to date.