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Gardaí in Donegal are investigating a serious collision which left two people injured.
A pre-inquest hearing into the Buncrana Pier tragedy, in which five members of the same family drowned, has heard that first responders could not open the doors of the car which had entered the water.
The Government must learn from the delays in response to recent flooding in Donegal and put immediate supports in place, claim Fianna Fáil.
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Dublin are set for another trip through the GAA’s appeals process after the county indicated it would contest Philly McMahon’s proposed one-match ban for his part in an incident with Kerry captain Kieran Donaghy during the All-Ireland football final.
One local Christian campaigner has described Fifty Shades of Grey as 'pornographic' and a movie that 'portrays and accepts sexual violence against women'.
Two gardaí have been found to be in breach of discipline after they drove past a man after he collapsed suffering from a heart attack.
Gardaí are investigating a road accident on the N13 at Lisfannon, Burt, Co Donegal at approximately 10.30pm last night.
Irish Water is set to take on the liability for at least €156m in unpaid commercial water charges owed to local authorities.
A new backroom with familiar faces was the method of hiring used by Donegal manager Jim McGuinness.
Jim McGuinness has turned to three former players - Damian Diver, John Duffy and Paul McGonigle - to fill the vacant positions in the Donegal senior football management team for 2014.
The phased transfer of the Warren Buffett-owned Fruit of the Loom Irish operation to its lower cost Morocco base has not ended the firm’s problems.
Donegal received an unexpected ticket boost with Tyrone returning 1,000 unsold tickets for Sunday’s Ulster SFC quarter-final.
Pupils from two Munster schools scooped the top awards in a national competition that encourages children to develop vital road safety skills.
Donegal keep faith with the side that got the better of Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final for Sunday’s final against Mayo.
Another patient at a Donegal nursing home has passed away, though the HSE says this case does not appear to be linked to a flu outbreak that killed six other elderly people at the same home.
A mystery illness has claimed the lives of six elderly people at a nursing home in less than a fortnight, including five in the past five days.
A BLIND schoolgirl who needed to raise €30,000 for a revolutionary treatment in China to restore her sight has been given a date for the procedure — after raising the cash in just weeks.
A BLIND schoolgirl who is to undergo a revolutionary treatment to help restore her sight has said the first things she wants to see is her mum’s face — and a rainbow.
Government enterprise chiefs were tonight urged to fight for a new investor at a business site which is to close its doors for a second time.
A man who died in Ireland’s worst road accident revelled in life, his funeral heard today.
Four more victims of Ireland’s worst road accident will be buried today.
CLEAR evidence the housing crisis is hitting hard has started to emerge in various parts of the country.
One of the busiest estate agents in the north-west has shut a sales office and laid off staff as the housing market slump bites hard.
THE family of a murdered Donegal councillor yesterday renewed calls for an independent public inquiry — 15 years after the killing by loyalist paramilitaries.
FRUIT of the Loom has ceased production at its Buncrana-based facility.
THIS entire set of circumstances started with a mischievous young woman anxious to portray herself as an informer, says Mr Justice Frederick Morris.
Local lad Wayne Telford has again stormed to the top of the leaderboard on the Valley Course after the opening day's qualifying round in the Magners North of Ireland Amateur Open Championship at Royal Portrush.
MORRIS TRIBUNAL witness Adrienne McGlinchey complained today of the hounding she received at the hands of an internal garda investigation of alleged improper policing activities in Co Donegal during the 1990s.
A VITAL witness at the Morris Tribunal’s investigation into alleged garda corruption yesterday told of “the most terrible time in my life” — the period when she claims to have been blackmailed by a detective into acting like a terrorist.
Sports organisations have welcomed millions of euro in National Lottery grant funding announced by the Government.
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