A mother, a granny, a businesswoman and a wife to one of the most famous men in the country. Donegal Woman caught up with the inspiring Majella O’Donnell recently to … Read More
The students at Loreto Convent Letterkenny did the mannequin challenge; with a twist!
They used the mannequin challenge to cast a light on mental health stigmas, and highlight that depression … Read More
Are you a Lost Girl? Escaping to Neverland and running from Captain Hook?
At certain times in our lives we may find ourselves lost. Lost in ourselves, … Read More
The gym can be a daunting place.
Having trained and worked in many different gyms over the past 20 years, I know how intimidating the thought of starting a gym … Read More
According to Women’s Aid, one in every two women killed through homicide in Ireland have died at the hands of their former or current partner. How many victims encounter violence … Read More
I am a woman, in a changing and ever-evolving society. I set up my own practice New Beginnings, to help raise awareness about issues surrounding women and mental health.
This is a real illness, and … Read More
Hello and welcome to the Donegal Women Health supplement.
I am Emmet Rushe and I am a Personal trainer and online coach.
I own Rushe Fitness, a thriving gym in … Read More
Is this the saddest Christmas Ad that has ever been made? It was released last Christmas by a company called Edeka. Although it’s a year old, we at Donegal Woman … Read More
Young Donegal designer has bags of talent
Donegal sisters have heartbreaking reaction to restrictions on Gogglebox
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Small local businesses invited to feature on the Late Late
Wild Fuschia creator has the recipe for brilliant baking gifts
Mum and daughter start a star-studded signing trend
Renewed fears for domestic violence victims during second lockdown
October 25, 2020
BreastCheck programme to resume next week
October 23, 2020
October 22, 2020
With our routines swaying away from 'normal' again, Emmet from Rushe Fitness reminds us that we still need to act now to look after our physical and mental health.
Counsellor Sarah Barr shares why it is important to surround yourself with positive and accepting people - even in the online world.
This week, Maria Rushe has an important reminder that it's okay to feel overwhelmed or to falter as we weather this storm that is Covid-19.
Career Coach Deirdre Mulhern shares guidance on how to overcome the biggest blockers to changing career or expanding your horizons at work - Fear and Confidence.
Ahead of her salon reopening, Lynda Strain shows us what she's been upto in lockdown with an exclusive look at her new luxury 'Love Lynda' photoshoot.