Donegal's Favourite Newspaper!

Out Every Wednesday

About Us

The Donegal Post is your favourite local newspaper. We have the best team of journalists in Donegal Town covering the latest breaking news, sport and features. If it is happening in Donegal it is happening in the Donegal Post. You can get the paper in newsagents and digitally - it comes out every Wednesday.

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The Donegal Post can be purchased in all good newsagents, but it is also available digitally on computer, smart phone, tablet, and iPad. You can buy single issues or sign up for three, six or 12 month subscriptions.

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We use the world leading digital newspaper and magazine distributor Magzter to offer the digital edition of the Donegal Post. You need to get a free account with Magzter and then you will be able to access digital editions of the Inish Times. Plus you can download the Magzter app to your mobile phone, iPad or tablet.

              

Contact Us

Editor: Lauren Harte   editor@donegalpost.com

Tel: 074 9724103

Fax: 074 9725312

Sales: Darren McNulty   darren@donegalpost.com

Address:
Cruagorm House
Main Street
Donegal Town
County Donegal

 

Got A Story?

If you have a story contact the Donegal Post editorial team today on 074 9724103 or via email at editor@donegalpost.com.

Latest News

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Donegal citizens to march through Letterkenny on Saturday

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Campbell calls on all sections of society to join protest this Saturday

Latest Sport

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Gallagher could be unveiled as new senior football manager tonight

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