The sun shone brightly for Loughanure woman Bríd Sweeney on New Year’s Eve as she led nearly 100 people on her final 2022 walk. Bríd set herself a challenge on January 1 last year to walk 365 days and raise money for the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust, a charity close to her heart and that […]
Charity has helped repatriate 36 Donegal people
A CHARITY set up by grieving parents after the loss of their son has helped bring home 36 Donegal people who have died abroad in the past eight years. The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust was set up by Kevin’s parents Colin and Eithne after their son tragically passed while living abroad in 2013. They have […]
Age is no barrier for a true Rosses bandsman
Initially known as Ghandi’s Band they joined forced with the local Hibernian Band to form the Annagry Fife and Drum Band back in the 1950s.
Family has narrow escape from West Donegal crash
A WEST DONEGAL woman and her three children were lucky to escape with their lives after their family car overturned following a road traffic accident yesterday morning (Thursday).
Donegal Pens brothers stock up from Storm Rachel
DONEGAL teenage entrepreneurs Ronan and Conor McGarvey were quick off the mark yesterday to ensure any fallen trees ‘wood-n’t’ go to loss.
Noel McBride completes comeback in style with Intermediate title win
NOEL McBride’s fairytale boxing comeback was completed on Friday night when the Loughanure man defeated Sean Hunt (Palmerstown) to win the 67kgs title at the National Intermediate Championships in Dublin.
Noel McBride looks to cap the perfect return with Intermediate title win
LOUGHANURE man Noel McBride holds a unique place in the narrative of professional boxing ace Jason Quigley – but the former St Mary’s Annagry puncher is hoping to land a title of his own on Friday night in Dublin.
Loughanure’s Seán Ó Baoill is new Ros na Rún ‘bad boy’
A YOUNG actor from West Donegal has this season joined the cast of Ros na Rún as a ‘bad boy’ college student who is sure to stir things up on TG4’s hit Irish language soap.
Donegal Pen boys make big investment in new equipment
THE McGarvey brothers of Donegal Pens have just made a big investment in their business taking it to a new level.
Donegal Pens brothers Ronan and Conor say ‘bonjour’ to French
DONEGAL Pens brothers Ronan and Conor McGarvey have broken into the French market with their handmade wooden pens.