BOMB ESCAPE: Dunlewey woman Anne Marie Foyen (nee McClafferty) escaped injury in the Oslo bomb outrage. “We thought the huge bang was a crane falling,” she said.
PEEPING MARK: Mark Cairns, of Town Parks, Convoy has been given 60 hours community service after being caught peeping through the window of a man in the town at 3.10 in the morning. Mr Cairns apologised and said he was ‘wild drunk’.
SPEEDING CURBED: The number of people being caught speeding in the county has plummeted since the introduction of GoSpeed camera vans, says Superintendent Kevin Brennan.
FIRE PROBE: Gardai are investigating a fire at a house in Long Lane, Letterkenny. A mattress was set on fire in the incident at the unoccupied property.
TOP JOB: Letterkenny businessman David Mackey is to head ip a new insurance group Q2 being set up by Sean Quinn, the former owner of Quinn Insurance.
FANAD FISH: Fanad Fish Processing company Hannigan Fish has applied to the county council to erect new premises for processing lobster, mussel and crab at Kindrum.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LIZZIE: Lizzie Maloney, from Ray, Manorcunningham celebrates her 100th birthday today – with a birthday bash at Archview Nursing Home at Bonagee.Tags: