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22 people awaiting admission at LUH

There were 22 people awaiting in-patient beds at Letterkenny University Hospital this morning, six of them on Emergency Department trolleys. That's a rise of...


Harps/ Dundalk cup date confirmed

Finn Harps F.C. confirmed today that their Irish Daily Mail FAI Senior Cup second round match against Dundalk will take place at Oriel Park...


The Secret Sound on The Naughty Alarm Clock

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Visitor numbers in Donegal were down in 2017

The Border Counties and the Midlands were the only regions to record a decline in overseas visitor numbers last year, according to the most...

Economist says hard or no-deal Brexit would hit Donegal hospitality sector

The Drinks and Hospitality sector in Donegal would be vulnerable to a hard or no-deal Brexit. A new report, written by DCU economist Tony Foley,...

9 patients waiting on admission to LUH this morning

There were 2 people waiting on trolleys this morning at Letterkenny University Hospital with a further 7 waiting on the ward, according to latest...

Family of missing Derry man renew appeal to the public

The family of a missing Derry man are renewing their appeal to the public for help in tracing his whereabouts. 26 year old Martin Crumlish...

Calls for urgent works on Donagh Park footbridge

Residents in a Carndonagh are calling on work to be urgently carried out on a footbridge bridge in the area of Donagh Park. The bridge...

Large number of metal barriers missing after Mary from Dungloe Festival

An appeal has been launched after a large number of metal barriers went missing from the Mary from Dungloe Festival. It was initially reported around...

Possibility of another Omagh bombing-type attack can’t be ruled out – PSNI Chief Constable

The PSNI's Chief Constable says he can't rule out the possibility of another attack - similar to the 1998 Omagh bombing. The Real IRA blast...

Rural Ireland increasingly relying on hospitality sector jobs – DIGI

New stats show that more and more people in rural Ireland are relying on the drinks and hospitality sector for employment. A new Drinks Industry...

Killybegs and Bundoran identified as littered in IBAL study

Almost 40 per cent of the country's rivers, beaches and harbours are littered. A new IBAL survey released today shows parts of Cork Harbour and...

ICMSA welcome extension of fertiliser spreading deadline

The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association are among those welcoming the extension of the fertiliser spreading period in an attempt to to maximise fodder...