The recent rescue from the sea of around a dozen youngsters attending Irish college at Magheroarty beach in Co Donegal is a reminder of the extremely dangerous seas in that county. Enormous Atlantic rollers strike the coast with incredible force and destructive power.
Sun, 01 Sep, 2019
THE officer class in the Tory election headquarters could probably do with a lie-in this morning but they will not get one anytime soon. The unexpected news that, in Wales, Labour has overtaken the Tories — Labour 44%, up 9%; Tories 34%, down 7% — might be dismissed as the political exception that vindicates the polls but the dishevelled, imploding Tory campaign will cut into their sleep time too.
Wed, 24 May, 2017
THERE’S something special about landing on an island, whether you arrive by causeway or by bridge, by air, by ferry or other boat, by swimming, or swing by an island via a cable-car — and you’ve all those choices on offer for Ireland’s hundreds of islands.
Mon, 24 Oct, 2011
REPORTS that Senator Ivor Callely has been paid more than €80,000 since 2007 in respect of travel expenses from an address in west Cork to Leinster House is a further example of the greedy behaviour that vexes voters so intensely that it cost Peter Robinson and many other outgoing MPs their parliamentary seats in the recent British general election.
Thu, 03 Jun, 2010