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A woman who lived less than a mile from her local hospital died after an ambulance took almost an hour to get to her home in Co Donegal, a coroner has heard.

A woman who lived two kilometres from her local hospital died after an ambulance took almost an hour to get to her home in Co Donegal, a coroner has h(...)

 Mary Doherty of Lifeline Inishowen  with supporters outside  the Dáil on Wednesday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

It was “just not good enough” that rural domestic violence services were threatened with closure just months after Ireland ratified the Istanbul Conve(...)

Minister for Children Katherine Zappone: to receive petition from Lifeline Inishowen in Co Donegal seeking funds.  The Carndonagh-based service, for women and children affected by domestic violence and abuse, is the only one in the Inishowen peninsula.   Photograph: Dave Meehan

Women’s lives in one of the most isolated parts of the country could be lost if a domestic violence service is forced to close, its manager has warned(...)

Kevin McElhinney was working on his farm cutting trees with a neighbour when the accident occurred, according to a local Councillor.

A 41-year old farmer and father of five was killed in an accident on his farm in Co Donegal on Friday. It is believed the man, named locally as Kevin(...)

  Caiseal Mara hotel in Moville, Co Donegal, which was s subjected to an arson attack last weekend ahead of the arrival over the coming weeks of  100 asylum seekers. Photograph: North West Newspix

When the people of Moville, Co Donegal, learnt about two weeks ago that the town’s biggest hotel was to close and reopen as a direct provision centre (...)

The attraction of cycling is not only for people retiring from other sports, but also for those seeking an outlet where they can push themselves physically and mentally but relatively safely. Photograph: iStock

Bags of nuts – check. Overshoes – check. Energy bars – check. Sunglasses – check. Sun cream – check. Wind/rain jackets – check. Large tub of “chamois”(...)

Tara Kelly: Maths paper one was a hard exam

I’ve been better. After maths paper one, I felt a bit destroyed. It was a hard exam: some of the questions were quite awkwardly phrased and most of (...)

Callum Doherty, from Culdaff, a Leaving Cert student at Carndonagh Community School. Photograph: North West Newspix Callum Doherty, from Culdaff, a Leaving Cert student at Carndonagh Community School. Photograph: North West Newspix

My nose is scorched red from the heat. It’s a promise of what can be: a summer of sunshine, no more study and no more exams. Revising isn’t easy at t(...)

Border Communities against Brexit signage on the outskirts of Newry, Co Down. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The Belfast/Good Friday Agreement will shortly celebrate 20 years in existence. Many observers, however, are beginning to question if it will survive (...)

Garda forensics officers at the scene of the incident near Buncrana on Thursday morning. 	Photograph: North West Newspix

Gardaí have confirmed that a woman killed on a Co Donegal road on Wednesday night had been assisted by officers just moments before the incident. Sup(...)

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