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Donegal Connections - Ezine Issue 1

Donegal Connections - Donegal Diaspora Ezine - Issue 1
Donegal Connections - Donegal Diaspora Ezine - Issue 1

I am delighted to welcome you to the Donegal Diaspora Newsletter “Donegal Connections”.

The Donegal Diaspora project was established in Donegal County Council with the aim of connecting with the Donegal Global Community wherever you may be living.

In this ezine you will find information on the nomination process for the 2017 Tip O’Neill Award which is open for nominations until the end of May 2017.

In addition, you... Read more.

Project

Chris Matthews and his wife Kathleen Matthews receiving the 2016 Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Award

Donegal County Council is delighted to announce the official opening of the Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Awards nomination process for 2017.

Here in Donegal we are very proud of our strong connections with the wider global family across the... Read more.

Patrick Keeney - Green Golf Travel

From Diaspora Member to Donegal Based Business Owner – The GGT Story

Whats the Craic?

After about 6 months of living in Brighton I had become pretty good friends with the English lad... Read more.

Donegal Person of the Year 2016 pictured with the Cathaoirleach Terence Slowey, Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher and Minister Joe Mc Hugh

 

Stephen McCahill honoured as Donegal Person of the Year!

On Saturday night, 4th of March over five hundred people turned out to honour Stephen McCahill as the 2016 Donegal Person of the Year in the... Read more.

Image of windswept woman

Moira Ní Ghallachóir of mng.ie, a bilingual company which is working to develop and promote tourism in Donegal tells us her story.

Name of your business and description of what you do.

mng is a tourism enterprise,... Read more.

Place

Lloyds Signal Tower Malin Head

This is Ireland’s most northerly building on the mainland. It was named ‘Banba’ after the mythological patron goddess of Ireland. It was built by the British in 1805 as a Napoleonic lookout tower to help defend against a possible French invasion... Read more.

Joe Mullholland at The Laurels Cottage

Saving an Important Literary Landmark in Donegal

Late last summer when Brian Friel was seriously ill, I thought about, not only the days and nights I had enjoyed in the playwright's company in Glenties at the MacGill Summer School which... Read more.