A proud Donegal woman has just become the youngest qualified Hattersley weaver in Ireland.
Taleigha Boyle (19) started her new job last Monday with the world-famous Magee of Donegal.
SITA, the global leader in technologies enabling safe and seamless global travel, is growing its technical team with over 20 new positions in Letterkenny, Ireland.
We are searching for …
A hugely-accomplished crop scientist from Donegal has been elected as a new member of the Royal Irish Academy.
Fiona Doohan, from Falcarragh is a Professor of Plant Health at UCD.
Niamh McDermott from Moville has won a Second Year Student Journalist of The Year award at the University of Salford.
Niamh, who is in her second year of broadcast journalism …
Dublin City University has today announced the appointment of Brid Horan as the new Chancellor of the university.
Brid Horan, a native of Donegal, has over 30 years’ experience in …
Donegal County Enterprise Fund on behalf of Donegal Women in Business Network and Local Enterprise Office Donegal invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the role of:
Facilitator for Donegal …
Job Vacancy: A long-established retailer in Letterkenny is recruiting for a Full Time Retail Assistant.
This role is suitable for someone looking for a long term position.
Some experience preferred …
JESIKA Vance woke up one morning, drew the curtains back and looked out in wonder.
Arranmore native Karen McGowan has been elected President of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation.
McGowan, an advanced nurse practitioner in Beaumont Hospital, takes over the role from outgoing INMO …
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