Supply of land halves in Donegal
Paul Mooney
Average selling price was €10,745/ac, an increase of 12% on the €9,589/ac of the year before.
22 March 2023 News
Nine counties eligible for €200,000 wind farm benefit fund
Community platform ChangeX in conjunction with wind farm developer Greencoat Renewables have this week launched a new fund for communities within 5-10km of one of their wind farms
16 March 2023 News
Prolific ewe has sextuplets born two days apart
A Suffolk ewe has given birth to two sets of triplets two days apart in Co Donegal.
Donegal IFA election result to be discussed by IFA rules committee
One of the candidates for chair - Peter Lynch - said he was very disappointed at the outcome of the election, given his contribution to the IFA.
10 March 2023 News
A blind Donegal woman’s journey to Everest base camp
Being blind proved to be no obstacle for Donegal woman Jennifer Doherty when it came to conquering Everest base camp.
8 March 2023 Features
February 2023 almost 80% drier than February 2022
Met Éireann's figures for February rainfall this year show a stark difference to those last year.
1 March 2023 News
From a day job to award nominations in Holland, meet musician Lynn Campbell
After a five-minute TV clip gave Lynn Campbell the inspiration for an album, she is now topping radio polls and working with Garth Brooks’ lead guitarist. Naomi Hamilton-O'Donnell writes.
22 February 2023 Features
Donegal IFA elects new chair
A number of people were elected to roles at the Donegal IFA AGM last Tuesday night.
9 February 2023 News
Camera at the Mart: demand drives big dough in Donegal
Adam Woods reports from last Friday's special sale of beef cattle in Donegal Livestock Mart.
1 February 2023 Markets
Beef prices: trade remains in positive position
Adam Woods has the latest on this week’s beef trade, including the latest factory quotes for finished animals.
30 January 2023 Markets
Backchat: Harvey’s Point celebrates Burns Weekend
Harvey’s Point hotel is keeping the bond between Scotland and Donegal alive by marking Burns Weekend.
25 January 2023 Features
Mary Coughlan wants a results based dialogue - "No talking shop"
Charged by Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalogue with convening a dialogue on women in agriculture - farmers in particular - Mary Coughlan wants tangible results. Amii McKeever writes.
25 January 2023 Features