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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Gweedore

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Working in Kevin Cassidy's bar, playing League of Ireland and his hat-trick against Crossmaglen
21-year-old Gweedore midfielder Daire Ó Baoill is hoping to lift an Ulster club title on Sunday.
Stop all mannequin challenges, these sheep in Donegal have made the best
Those sheep are real crowd pleasers.
Donegal community tries to buy former AIB bank building for €1
A councillor said the community wants AIB to hand the bank over to them for local facilities.
Donegal musician Leo Brennan, father of Enya and Clannad, has died
He was 90 years old.
Boost for unemployment blackspot as over 100 new jobs announced
A UK telemarketing company is coming to Donegal.
This Donegal priest will be voting Yes in the same-sex marriage referendum
Fr Brian O Fearraigh has said he views the referendum as a civil matter.
Here's why a Donegal priest has banned yoga
Fr Padraig O’Baoill said the practice was “contemptible”. So what’s the rationale?
Victims of abuse by school caretaker to see new report
A review of social work practices was undertaken in Donegal after a school caretaker was convicted of molesting four boys.
A 'black day' for Donegal Gaeltacht as 140 jobs go at Largo Foods
The firm announced the loss of 140 jobs at its Donegal plant today.
Isolation and the lack of opportunities impacts on young peoples’ mental health in Donegal
The Jigsaw programme in Donegal has seen 230 young people avail of its service in just one year.
Driver seriously injured after his van hits a ditch in Donegal
The crash happened near Gweedore this afternoon.
Investigation finds only 1 of 9 officers in Gaeltacht Garda station spoke Irish
Eight of the nine Gardaí stationed in Gaoth Dobhair in Donegal were unable to carry out their duties through Irish.
'Why wasn't he stopped?' asks abuse victim of school caretaker
Derek Mulligan has demanded answers from the Donegal school where he was molested by employee Michael Ferry.
Donegal plant announces 35 new jobs