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Latest News

Almost 3,000 Donegal people lose medical card entitlement over the past year

Almost 3,000 Donegal people lose medical card entitlement over the past year

Donegal girl (11) lands part in Christmas film that will be screened by BBC and UTV

Donegal girl (11) lands part in Christmas film that will be screened by BBC and UTV

Family of woman who lost her life in road tragedy ask for case to be reviewed

Family of woman who lost her life in road tragedy ask for case to be reviewed

Latest Sport

Harps confirm appointment of Trevor Scanlon as head of the clubs academy.

Harps confirm appointment of Trevor Scanlon as head of the clubs academy.

Run for life - Donegal kidney transplant recipient finishes 7th in 10k

Run for life - Donegal kidney transplant recipient finishes 7th in 10k

Bench collapses for big cup final team shot - Donegal players left laughing

Bench collapses for big cup final team shot - Donegal players left laughing