Brendan McLaughlin, who farms 86 acres at Balleighan had been treating a sick calf on Sunday, April 22, when its mother suddenly ran towards him.
Sudden attack by cow almost costs farmer his life
The 66-year-old sustained serious leg injuries as he instinctively tried to jump out of the heifer’s path at the last minute.
Council move to clean up massive illegal dump
DONEGAL County Council is to issue court proceedings against at least one person allegedly involved in a massive illegal dump near Lough Swilly.
Conviction for man who lied about being at tragic teenager’s wake
A MAN who lied about being at the wake of a tragic Ardara teenager, the same night he crashed into a neighbour’s car, was ordered to do 140 hours community service at Monday’s sitting of the District Court.
Man lied to judge about being at tragic Ardara teenager’s wake
A MAN who lied about being at the wake of a tragic Ardara teenager, the same night he crashed into a neighbour’s car, was convicted of the offence at Friday’s sitting of the District Court.
Triplets Becky, Jane and James bring joy to Manor farmer
A DONEGAL farmer recently had a welcome and rare addition to his herd in Manorcunningham. Edward Toye (75) got a huge surprise when one of his cows, an 11-year-old Charolais cross, gave birth to triplets.
Thumbs up for Donegal lads who will be Rose of Tralee escorts
TWO Donegal men have made the grade after being selected to spend a week as Rose Escorts at the Rose of Tralee International Festival from August 15-19.
Manor singer songwriter to support Jazz star in Derry
AFTER SEVEN years Donegal singer/songwriter Tracey Cullen is back and supporting one of the headline acts at the City of Derry Jazz Festival this weekend.