Archives for August 2017

Parents cough up €800 to sending child to secondary school

  INISHOWEN FAMILIES may be struggling financially as they prepare for rising back to … [Read more...]

Jobs boost at E&I

INISHOWEN is set to get one of its biggest jobs boost in some years as E&I Engineering have … [Read more...]

Miniature fire engine collection in Carn

Carn fire station is the apt new home of Inishowen’s largest collection of model fire … [Read more...]

Musicians head to Ennis for the All Ireland Fleadh

  TRADITIONAL MUSIC students from Inishowen are hoping to hit the right note at this … [Read more...]

Doris Russo’s legacy lives on through Glenevin Waterfall

  THE WOMAN instrumental in developing Clonmany’s Glenevin Waterfall Park and National … [Read more...]

Doctor alarmed at steep decline in HPV vaccine uptake

  Former GP blames ‘scare stories’ and ‘wild conspiracy theories’ for drop A retired … [Read more...]

Buncrana families not among those suing PSNI

Omagh Bomb: nineteen years on and still no justice The Buncrana families of Omagh bomb victims, … [Read more...]

Mica detected in Bridgend primary school

  Four gable walls set to be demolished after defective blocks discovered Part of an … [Read more...]

Heartless thieves steal Niamh’s Fairy Door from Swan Park

    HEARTLESS thieves have stolen a fairy door belonging to a young cancer … [Read more...]

Slight increase in Buncrana’s unemployment

  UNEMPLOYMENT in Inishowen has risen for the third consecutive month, however annually … [Read more...]