Donegal Sinn Féin Senator Pádraig Mac Lochlainn has again appealed to the Government to put in place a redress scheme for the thousands of Donegal families affected by mica defective concrete blocks in their homes. He raised the matter again in the Seanad today with the Minister of State for Housing Damien English. Senator […]
Donegal lose to Mayo and miss out on League Final spot
Mayo 1-12 Donegal 0-13 A poor second half display proved costly as 14-man Donegal lost to Mayo in Castlebar today. Donegal kicked the first two points of the match, but Mayo hit back with 1-3 on the trot. Cillian O’Connor scored a penalty, after he was fouled by Mark Anthony McGinley. Advertisement However, Donegal had […]
Donegal footballers eye final prize
A League final is the carrot for Rory Gallagher’s team who extended their unbeaten run to five games after last weekend’s eventful draw with Monaghan
Mayo County Council to shed some light on Donegal
Council to enter into an agreement with Mayo County Council to fit energy efficient bulbs on the Donegal Bypass and Bundoran to Ballyshannon Bypass
2016 was record year for Ireland West Airport
LAST year was a record breaking year at Ireland West Airport with passenger numbers exceeding 730,000 for the first time in its 31 year history.
DECLAN BONNER: Mayo fall-out may galvanise players
It’s usually not positive when you find yourself in the GAA pages during the winter, and for the second year in-a-row, the Mayo senior team have taken centre stage
DECLAN BONNER: Sunday’s Final is one to savour
The All-Ireland Football Final is the biggest day in the GAA calendar and gaels from throughout the country are eagerly awaiting Sunday’s decider.
DECLAN BONNER: End of the line for Donegal minors
UNFORTUNATELY, our minor team’s journey came to an end last week when they were beaten by Galway in the All-Ireland Minor semi-final.
DECLAN BONNER: Referees need help and support
Rarely do you attend a GAA match, and not hear someone criticise the performance of the referee.
DECLAN BONNER: GAA should have left U21 Championship
There are many days when the GAA leaves you scratching your head.