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The legendary broadcaster Gay Byrne who died yesterday after a long illness, hosted The Late Late Show for 37 years and, being a frequent visitor to Donegal, was considered to be a loyal adopted Dungloe man. Our reporter Emma McGrievy talks to people remembering him this afternoon: https://filedn.com/lglCaxamfnlV2gaMY6rU7tH/2019%20News%20Clips/gay%20bynre%20vcr%20emma.mp3

With fears of a no-deal Brexit now looming larger than ever, the managing director of one of the north west’s leading hotel resorts says that when it comes to attracting tourists to the region, it’s about not keeping all eggs in the one basket. Tourism numbers to Ireland have been…

The outgoing Donegal Person of the Year says one of the highlights of his term was seeing the goodness and generousity of people. Stephen McCahill was speaking to Ocean FM News as the search begins for the next Donegal Person of the Year. He is chairman of Ardara Heritage Centre…

The owner of Harvey’s Point Hotel in Donegal believes their family feel has helped put them top of the pile in Ireland. Yesterday the Donegal hotel was named the best hotel in the country as well as the 10th best in Europe in TripAdvisor’s Travellers Choice awards. The award was…

Harvey’s Point hotel in Co. Donegal has been named the best in Ireland for a fifth successive year. The Donegal Town hotel claimed the title as part of the TripAdvisor Travellers Choice awards. The hotel also finished in first place in the best service category, second in the romantic category…