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Team Jonah fundraise for Children’s Hospice

A group from Limavady who ran the Belfast Marathon on behalf of little Jonah have presented a cheque for almost £4,000 to the NI Children’s Hospice.

Eddie Hearn (left) and Dunree Boxing Club after the flooding.

Anthony Joshua promoter Eddie Hearn to help out boxing club affected by flood

World renowned boxing promoter, Eddie Hearn, has said he "will try and help" a boxing club in Inishowen affected by recent flooding.

Mamore Gap

Inishowen floods: Mamore Gap closed following landslide

Mamore Gap has been closed following a landslide.

Locals rallied together and created a temporary fix for the bridge within the space of a few hours. Photos: Caroline Kelly McGonagle.

Bridging the gap - Community devastated by floods pulls together

Two bridges in Illies, damaged by Tuesday night’s floods, were repaired within hours on Wednesday, thanks to the strong spirit of the local community.

One of the farm animal syringes found in the wake of the flood in Bridgend, Co. Donegal.

Animal syringes found in wake of flood

A local residents group has issued a health and safety warning after Tuesday's flood carried animal syringes into gardens.

Shari and Danny Butcher

Co. Derry woman who fled Barcelona attack: ‘It makes me sick to my stomach’

A County Derry woman who was just feet away from the terror attack in Barcelona has spoken of the terrifying moment she fled from the carnage.

The incident occurred near Buncrana.

Motorist failed breath test and then arrested for doing 168km/hr in Buncrana

Gardaí arrested a motorist in Buncrana after the car they were travelling in was clocked doing 168km/hr inside a 80km/hr zone.

The pontoon at Greencastle harbour was launched on Friday, ahead of a Round Ireland Sail by Foyle Sailability.

Campervan vandalised on Greencastle Pier

An Inishowen councillor has lashed out overwhat he described was a “terrible act” of vandalism in Greencastle last weekend.

Driving test waiting times show ‘discrimination against rural Ireland’

Driving test waiting times show ‘discrimination against rural Ireland’

Learner drivers in Inishowen are still waiting more than five months for a driving test, and one councillor has claimed it is “discrimination against rural Ireland.”

An aerial view of the Grianan Estate on the North Donegal Coast.

Donegal firm purchases Grianan Estate for over €17 million

Donegal firm, Glenmore Estate Farms Limited, has announced today that it has purchased the Grianan Estate on the North Donegal Coast for over €17 million.

LUCKY WINNERS - group of people who won the National Lottery Winning Streak New York Independence Day holiday competition. (Photo: Mac Innes Photography)

Inishowen mother and daughter scoop top Winning Streak prize

A mother and daughter from Inishowen are amongst 28 happy winners of the National Lottery Winning Streak New York Independence Day holiday competition.
Damien McKay, third from left, front row, of HD McKay Consultant Engineers, who was the guest speaker at the Defective Blocks Report Information Evening held by the Mica Action Group in An Grianan Hotel on Wednesday night, pictured with Mica Action Group committee members, from left, front row, Mary Connors, Ann Owens, Eileen Doherty, Anne Dickenson and Gordon Dickenson, back row, Debbie McDaid, Chris Scott, Noel Noone and Karl Murtagh. DER2517-136KM

‘My house is crumbling, I can’t sit and wait!’

Homeowners across the county will continue to push for a redress scheme following the publication of th report into defective blocks.

The packed room for the Defective Blocks Information Evening held in An Grianan Hotel by the Mica Action Group. DER2517-139KM

Nobody cares

Inishowen councillors are set to put forward a motion to Donegal County Council to push for a redress scheme for homeowners affected by the issue of defective blocks.

Members of the Mica Action Group (MAG)

‘We’re not going away’ - Mica Action Group

The secretary of the Mica Action Group has said the group and the problem with defective blocks is not going away.

Burst mains pipe causing disruption to water supply in Inishowen

Burst mains pipe causing disruption to water supply in Inishowen

A burst has occurred on a mains water pipe delivering water from the Pollan Dam to South Inishowen.

Sara Ryan: The youngest Chief 
Operations Officer in Ireland

Sara Ryan: The youngest Chief Operations Officer in Ireland

She’s easily spotted amongst the corporate hues of the business world, usually adorned with the best and brightest outfit in the room, but make no mistake, Sara Ryan Chief Operations Officer of Junk Kouture is a colourful force to be reckoned with.

A home affected by defective blocks.

Mica report published - McHugh promises to push for redress scheme

Donegal TD Joe McHugh has welcomed the publication today of the expert panel’s report on Mica-affected homes in Donegal and Mayo and says he wants the panel recommendations implemented as soon as possible.

Ricky Morrison, Ella Bloomfield, Freddie Corscadden, Caitlin Carney, and Joanne McCallion

Charity fundraiser work-out for Rossmar

Members of a Limavady gym are putting their fitness levels to good use in support of a local school which holds “a special place in their hearts”.

The former police station in Dungiven is now owned and used by a local church.

Flower festival fundraiser for church in Dungiven

What was once a PSNI station in Dungiven will this weekend be filled with people enjoying their tea for a church fundraiser

Sean Butcher who is studying for a BTec Level 3 Sub Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment at North West Regional College's Limavady campus receives his scholarship from Mr. Patrick McClughan, Head of Corporate Affairs at Gaelectric. Also pictured are: Catriona Hull St Mary's Limavady, and John Logue, Curriculum Manager for the Built Environment at North West Regional College.

Scholarship success for Roe Valley students

Six students at North West Regional College have been awarded scholarships by renewable energy group, Gaelectric.

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