NORTH West Simon Community is the nominated charity for this year’s Atlantic Technological University Sport Donegal annual 5K. The charity said it was thrilled to be chosen and is looking forward to the event. ATU Donegal will host its annual 5K run and walk on Tuesday March 28 at 7.15pm. Now in its tenth year, the run acts as […]
More than 130 children on CAMHS waiting list
THERE are currently more than 130 children in Donegal on the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) waiting list. There were 76 children on the waiting list in North Donegal as of January 2023 while there were 45 waiting in South Donegal. In Inishowen, there were 16 children on the waiting list. CAMHS is a specialist service […]
HSE to offer COVID-19 vaccinations at Donegal V Kerry match
The HSE is offering people the chance to get vaccinated this weekend at the Donegal V Kerry game in Ballybofey. Donegal COVID-19 Vaccination Team will have their mobile vaccination unit outside MacCumhail Park, Ballybofey, from 12pm to 5pm on Sunday next January 29th. Those attending the Round 1 of the Allianz Football League Division 1 […]
Celebrating 50 years of The Four Lanterns
THE owners of the Four Lanterns Fast Food Restaurants are celebrating five decades of successful trading in the food business. The late Frank Grimes set up the landmark takeaway in John Street, Sligo, in May 1971, alongside his three brothers before expanding into Donegal where they continue to serve residents in Letterkenny, Buncrana and Donegal […]
Innovation award for Donegal man
SLIGO-based tech firm Ward Automation, owned and run by Donegal native John Ward, has won the Manufacturing and Design category in the annual Irish Times Innovation Awards. Details of the winners of this year’s awards were announced last week at a virtual ceremony. Ward Automation designs and builds cutting-edge production equipment for manufacturing industry with […]
Letterkenny 24/7 Tri Club stage superb showpiece
The event, hosted by the Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club, had been in the planning for quite a while.
‘Unnecessary procedures’ get up Letterkenny man’s nose
Mr McArt threw some light on how things have changed in the health service over the intervening sixty years and questioned the need for all of them.
Letterkenny barber is preparing to go Coast to Coast
A barber by trade, Marty has worked in Gerry’s Barbers on Letterkenny’s Main Street for the past 17 years.
St Eunan’s achieved target ‘with a little bit to spare’
Last weekend’s St Eunan’s GAA Club Private Members house draw has been hailed as a resounding success.
Search for singer ‘suspended’ after body discovered
TESTS are to be carried out tomorrow to determine whether or not a body found washed up in Sligo is that of missing Lifford singer Stephen Martin.