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 Stephen Donnelly:  in August  he takes bronze in the trampoline at the  Olympics in Japan

Time to take our crystal bauble down from the soon-to-be-mulched tree and take a sneak preview at what lies ahead in 2021. JANUARY – It quickly becom(...)

New Ross, Co Wexford: Data  on the Government’s Covid-19 data hub shows the New Ross local electoral area has the highest 14-day incidence rate in the State. File photograph: Google Street View

The electoral area of New Ross in Co Wexford has seen its 14-day incidence rate of Covid-19 increase by more than 1,000 per cent in the space of just (...)

In Dublin, Balbriggan recorded the highest incidence rate at 216.  The lowest incidence rate  was found in the  Ballyfermot/Drimnagh area at 43.4

The electoral area of Carndonagh in Co Donegal has the highest 14-day incidence rate of coronavirus in the State, coming in at more than nine times th(...)

Christmas shoppers on Grafton Street in one of Dublin’s busiest shopping streets. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

People have been urged by the Government to do their Christmas shopping at off-peak times and on their own amid continued concern around the spread of(...)

Carndonagh, Co Donegal has the highest 14-rate of coronavirus this week, according to the latest data. Photograph: Google Street.

Three of the top five worst areas in the country for the 14-day incidence rate of coronavirus are in Co Donegal, with Carndonagh’s rate more than six (...)

Newly appointed Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue (L), with President Michael D Higgins and  Taoiseach Micheál Martin. Photograph: Maxwells

Charles III of Carndonagh was installed at a simple ceremony in Áras an Uachtaráin on Wednesday. There weren’t many people present and there was not (...)

Lisa Smyth works as a technical adviser from her home – her late grand aunt’s cottage –  in Darragh, Co Clare.

Many of us have had to become experts in remote working over the past few weeks, though not in the best of circumstances. We speak to those who’ve bee(...)

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(...)

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