NEXT week’s North West Garden Show in Castlefin is expected to attract in the region of 20,000 visitors as the show goes from strength to strength.
DONEGAL County Council was this week awarded €1.4 million to develop six council houses in Letterkenny and four rural single rural dwellings in the county as part of a €68 million housing spend nation-wide.
MET Eireann has issued a code ‘Red’ weather alert for Donegal and the western seaboard for this evening and tonight with winds expected to gust to violent storm 11 off the north west coast. It will become stormy later today (Wednesday) and for a time tonight, in coastal counties of Connacht and west Ulster, with […]
A mother of two teenage children who lives only 500 metres from a wind turbine at the Corkermore site where a rotor blade broke of in last week’s storm, has for the first time spoken publicly about wind farms. On reading the comments in the Donegal News last Friday from Cllr John Boyle that their […]
AN unemployed man living in Letterkenny has been left penniless and could be evicted before Christmas, after his job seekers payment was stopped when he filled in a review form.
THE storm force winds experienced in Donegal on Thursday caused the blade of a wind turbine near Killybegs to break off.
Minister Dinny McGinley today (Friday) welcomed the announcement by his colleague, Ruairí Quinn, Minister for Education and Skills that Deele College, Raphoe will be included in the €2 billion major school building projects.
LETTERKENNY failed to take the prestigious title of Ireland’s Top Tourism Town but by making the top ten showed what a community working together can do.
DONEGAL Relay For Life, the 24 hour community event raised an incredible €317,566 for the Irish Cancer Society in 2013.
THE HSE, planning authorities and the Department of the Environment knew there was a serious flooding threat at Letterkenny General Hospital for at least ten years, the Donegal News can reveal.