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The report recommends establishing two Major Trauma Centres - one at Cork University Hospital and another in Dublin - which will be supported by a network of local trauma units.

The Department of Health has said its decision to centralise trauma care is about ensuring patients get “the right care in the right place at the righ(...)

Jim Ferry, who for several years operated an illegal dump in an area of special conversation on the edge of Lough Swilly.

The High Court has ordered fugitive Donegal waste collector Jim Ferry to allow the Environmental Protection Agency to enter his land to investigate an(...)

Students Katie McCabe, Jay Pope and Ayrton Kelly at Outhouse on Capel Street, Dublin. Some 70% of LGBTI young people feel schools in Ireland are still not fully inclusive of these students. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The election of Barack Obama heralded the end of racism in America, in much the same way as the marriage referendum in Ireland eradicated homophobia a(...)

A preliminary report on the incident has been provided to gardaí, but details of this cannot be released for operational reasons.   File photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

A postmortem has been carried out after a man died following an incident in a house in Co Donegal. Gardaí have confirmed they are not treating the d(...)

Gardaí investigating the death of a man in Co Donegal initially thought he had died after falling down stairs. The man, a 36-year-old Polish national(...)

Money from private investigator was lodged into Lenihan’s Ulster Bank account in Donegal town

A Letterkenny civil servant has pleaded guilty to corruption and theft. Rory Lenihan admitted at Donegal Circuit Court to stealing private information(...)

Breac.House, Donegal: When it came to the finishes and furniture, the aim was to highlight local and Irish design. “It was about somebody coming into a room and feeling connected to what they were looking at outside; that was it for us,” says Cathrine Burke.

There is often a gorgeous moment on holiday when you open the curtains to reveal a view that rushes into your soul like a restorative tonic; you then (...)

Garda Keith Harrison and his partner Marisa Simms arriving at the Charleton tribunal in Dublin. File photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Charleton tribunal has heard details of threats made against the life of whistleblower Garda Keith Harrison in October 2013. In a statement to th(...)

Another motorist was caught driving 171km/h in a 120km/h zone on the M7 in Nenagh, Co Tipperary. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Gardaí detected 225 vehicles breaking the speed limit over National Slow Down Day, which ended at 7am on Saturday. A motorist travelling at 177km/h i(...)

Donegal Investment Group is in line for a €45 million windfall after settling a long-running dispute over the price of its exit from Monaghan Mushrooms.

Donegal Investment Group is in line for a €45 million windfall after settling a long-running dispute over the price of its exit from Monaghan Mushroom(...)

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