Councillors vote to legalise gaming in Inishowen

Councillors in Inishowen have voted in favour of the reintroduction of gaming licences by a narrow … [Read more...]

‘We just want our boys home’

THE parents of two young Inishowen men accused of murder in Australia have spoken of their torment … [Read more...]

Ice cool Malin buck sings Star Spangled Banner for the Bruins

A MALIN man was given the honour of performing the American national anthem at a major league ice … [Read more...]

Retired teacher dies in house fire

A local grandfather killed in a house fire in Iskaheen at the weekend has been described as a “very … [Read more...]

Flood victims rage at broken promises

Six months on from the flood of 22 August 2017, there is a palpable sense of anger and fear among … [Read more...]

Buncrana’s Castle Bridge is falling down – urgent repairs needed for 300 year old structure after storm and flood damage

Buncrana’s Castle Bridge, which is 300 years old this year, is in danger of falling down. One of … [Read more...]

Council tenants refusing houses for spurious reasons – eggshells in back gardens and no turf fire

Tenants have refused to move into council houses because of some “crazy stuff” like eggshells in the … [Read more...]

Have you say: forum on future of policing to be held in Letterkenny

The public is invited to give its views on the future of policing in Ireland at an open evening in … [Read more...]

Five beds closed in Buncrana community hospital, exacerbating overcrowding at Letterkenny A&E

‘Shocking and serious’ staff shortages at Buncrana Nursing Unit have exacerbated the on-going … [Read more...]

Garda warning on festive crime

Gardaí have stepped up border patrols and are working closely with the PSNI following a spate of … [Read more...]