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Main Evening News, Sport, Nuacht and Obituaries Friday September 18th

Main Evening News, Sport, Nuacht and Obituaries Friday September 18th:

Nine Til Noon – Listen back to Friday’ Show

The Nine Til Noon with Greg Hughes - Weekday's 9am - 12noon Magazine type mid morning chat show providing a forum for listeners to express...

Covid-19 knows no borders – McCallion

  There's concern that cross-border workers could be potentially 'at risk' over a lack of communication between health services. It's claimed that a more collaborative...

Government urged to ‘look after people left behind in lockdown’

  A Donegal Deputy is urging the Government to look after what he terms 'the people left behind during lockdown'. There's said to be mounting uncertainty...

Ulster Bank may close offices in Ireland

  Ulster Bank may be closing its offices in Ireland as it's parent company looks to cut costs. There are calls on NatWest to reassure its...

Additional footpaths considered for Milford

  Additional footpaths for Milford are to be considered for next year. It's thought that despite a substantial amount of funding being sanctioned to the...

Safety works to be carried out at busy Letterkenny junction

  Donegal County Council has committed to carrying out safety works at a busy junction in Letterkenny. The crossroads at Killylastin is situated in a...

Devine wants better Derry performance and result

Derry City are back at the Brandywell for the first time in four weeks this evening. The Candystrips host St Pats in a crunch Premier...

Concern foreign travel could lead to rise in Covid cases

Sinn Féin claims foreign travel will lead to a rise in Covid-19 if testing is not introduced urgently at airports. The government updated its 'green...

Government urged to release funding for Finn Harps stadium

  The Government is being urged to immediately release funding for the new Finn Harps stadium. It's widely thought that the finished stadium would provide local...
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13 more people in Donegal test positive for Covid-19

13 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Donegal this evening. Nationally, 253 people have tested positive for the virus while an additional 3 people...