POPULAR Letterkenny businessman Jason Black this morning became the first Donegal person ever to summit the world’s highest and most dangerous mountain – Mount Everest.
Gardai seeking information in relation to “brutal” Letterkenny murder
GARDAI have described as “brutal” the murder of a Polish national in his apartment in Letterkenny earlier this week.
CCC to deal with Letterkenny incident tonight
DONEGAL GAA disciplinary chiefs are to meet tonight to examine the referee’s report from a game last Sunday from which a player had to be taken by ambulance to hospital.
Gardaí discover body in Letterkenny
GARDAI in Letterkenny are investigating all the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a man’s body at an apartment at Lower Main Street, Letterkenny at approximately 11am this morning, May 15.
Photographer Jason McGroarty hosts first solo exhibition
ART Co Gallery are very happy to announce the first solo exhibition of the talented, up-and-coming photographer Jason McGroarty.
Britton to run 3,000 metres at Letterkenny event
European bronze medalist Fionnuala Britton is taking part in Saturday’s international track and field meeting in Letterkenny, being held to mark the official opening of the Danny McDaid Athletics Track
Donegal designed software speeds border entries
PASSENGERS passing through Dublin Airport on Friday were able to avail of the latest biometric identification technology developed by SITA in Letterkenny.
Famous Brazilian Jiu Jitsu master feels right at home in Donegal
THE Rilion Gracie Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy in Letterkenny welcomed its master last week for the very first time to coincide with its third anniversary.
Sparkplug and an Ode to Travellers by Little John Nee
LITTLE John Nee is back as Sparkplug Callaghan in Letterkenny this weekend and next week he joins friends to pay tribute to the music of the Traveller Community.
Canadian artist presents the Artistic Progress at Ross Fine Art in Letterkenny
THIS Saturday, May 11, afternoon a Canadian artist currently visiting Donegal will present her solo exhibition at Letterkenny’s Ross Fine Art studio.