Archives for March 2014

‘Parade shows off Buncrana at its best’

Councillor hails one of the town’s most successful ever St. Patrick’s Days The chairman of the … [Read more...]

Carn born author publishes second book

Critical acclaim for ‘The Black Snow’ The latest book by Carndonagh born author Paul Lynch has … [Read more...]

Intermediate and Junior football championships draw made

The draws for the Donegal Intermediate and Junior Championships were made on Wednesday night and … [Read more...]

Inishowen man benefits from double lung transplant

Quigley's Point father urges more people here to consider becoming organ donors A Quigley’s … [Read more...]

Exonerated priest resumes duties after four years

Moville's Fr. Eugene Boland describes process as ‘long and painful’ Fr Eugene Boland, who was … [Read more...]

Inishowen sharks play a starring role in new RTE documentary

Peninsula set to feature in flagship television nature series Inishowen is set to feature as … [Read more...]

Illegal dumpers blasted as ‘outrageous cheapskates’

Household rubbish, including a large TV, dumped close to scenic Grainne’s Gap Brazen illegal … [Read more...]

Ryan confirms he will seek council seat

‘After much deliberation, I have decided to allow my name go forward’ Burnfoot councillor John … [Read more...]

Jobless total rises slightly for second straight month

A total of 3,914 now signing on at Buncrana social welfare office The number of unemployed … [Read more...]

Northern Lights or not Malin Head will go green for Paddy’s Day

Council to light tip of Inishowen to celebrate national holiday Whether or not the aurora … [Read more...]