There are Donegal people in every walk of life and corner of the world. Whether you do business in Tokyo or live in America, where you come from is part of who you are.
Make the connection, stay connected.
Kathleen (Kay) McNulty was born in Creeslough, Co. Donegal on 12th February 1921. With the Irish War of Independence at its height, her father, James, an IRA training Officer was arrested and imprisoned on the night of her birth and served two years in Derry Gaol. On his release in October 1924...Read more.
European affairs has a larger than appreciated impact at sub-national level, with much EU legislation ultimately implemented by councils and with access to available EU funding assuming a greater priority. Consequently, Local Authorities need to maintain strong working linkages with the European...Read more.
2015 saw a new Donegal video promoting Donegal as a great place to live, to work and do business go viral.
This video, which has been produced by Donegal TV for Donegal County Council as part of the campaign to reach out to Donegal’s global community and to promote Donegal as a great...Read more.
Sister Mary honoured in her hometown of Dungloe
A special occasion, for Sister Mary Dolores Sweeney in her hometown of Dungloe, was held in December 2016. People turned out in large numbers to honour her outstanding achievements, her commitment to the people of Sierra Leone and to acknowledge her as a recipient of a Presidential Distinguished...Read more.
Connecting members of the Diaspora with their Donegal Roots. This is my passion. I have been an amateur family historian for almost 14 years now, working mainly in County Donegal. Whilst researching my own family, I began to realise that hundreds of thousands of people, including many of my...Read more.