Thousands of visitors flock to Amelia’s Flight of Hope

THOUSANDS of visitors flocked to the Mullan Hope Centre in Moville to remember Amelia Mullan on what would have been her 10th birthday. Amelia’s Flight of Hope took place between October 4 and October 8, attracting thousands of visitors to the Mullan Hope Centre. Loganair and City of Derry Airport were proud to support The Mullan Hope […]

Gardaí confirm death of woman in Moville collision

Gardaí are currently at the scene of a fatal road traffic collision involving a lorry and a car that occurred on the R238 at Moville, this morning, Friday September 22, at approximately 8am. The driver of the car, a female in her late 50s, was pronounced deceased at the scene a short time later. The […]

Emergency services at scene of collision in Moville

Traffic diversions are in place following a collision in Moville this morning. Gardaí and emergency service personnel are attending the scene following the collision which occurred at approximately 8am near Moville Community College.   The road remains closed following the collision and motorists are advised that diversions are in place.  

Woman had to get tetanus injection after dog incident

A WOMAN had to get a tetanus injection after sustaining scratches from a dog who was not on a leash or under effective control. Gardaí have urged dog owners to ensure they have effective control of their pets at all times in the wake of the incident in Moville. The woman reported to gardaí that […]

US scholarships for Donegal students

THREE Donegal Law students who attend Queen’s University Belfast are heading to the USA next week having won a year-long US Scholarship Programme. Alwyn Jimmy, a former St Eunan’s College student from Letterkenny is off to Saint Vincent College in Pennsylvania. Harry Boyce from Moville, a former Moville Community College student is off to Bellarmine University […]

‘Your heart has to go out to anyone with mica’ – Cllr Martin Farren

By Diarmaid Doherty ONE of the first local politicians to raise the issue of mica when it first became a topic of concern says his heart goes out to those who are having to deal with the financial and personal stress that goes with having a home with defective blocks. Cllr. Martin Farren told last […]

The woman bringing London cool to Inishowen

LONDON, Los Angeles and New York are just some of the places that inspired Sarah McGuiness to open The Halyon Jazz Club in the seaside town of Moville. The building, previously used as a cattle market, has been transformed into a Soho nightclub of the 90’s taking people back in time as soon as they […]

Electric vehicles are great but the problem is…

  DONEGAL Local Link driver Jackie Holmes purchased the first fully electric wheelchair access hackney in Europe two years ago. Mr Holmes works as a Renal Dialysis driver and he takes passengers between Letterkenny University Hospital and their homes across the Inishowen peninsula three times a week. Advertisement The innovative zero emission hackney offers full […]