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High winds and lightning struck Ireland on Thursday night. File photograph: Steve Bloom/Getty

The stormy weather is set to continue this weekend with the potential for thundery downpours and flash flooding over the next two days. Saturday will(...)

Further Space’s Peter Farquharson in one of the company’s pods.

There is nothing like the simple pleasure of pitching a tent in the garden and setting up temporary house. But if you need creature comforts, the pod (...)

The scene of the tragic accident near Magheraroarty, Co Donegal where four young men lost their lives on Sunday night. Photograph: North West Newspix

As the first real dusting of winter snow nestled on its hills and valleys, a cold stillness of grief and loss hung over West Donegal on Monday. The p(...)

A number of sheep  in Co Donegal were killed by lightning on Friday. Photograph: Stephen Maguire

Most of the 5,000 homes and businesses that lost power during lightning and thunderstorms overnight had their power restored by lunchtime, according t(...)

Irish seabass: new EU rules  catch-and-release only for 2018

Following successful negotiations by the Minister for Marine, Mr Michael Creed, at the recent fisheries council meeting in Brussels, the European Unio(...)

cliffs of moher
The 12 walks of Christmas
  • Travel
  • December 23, 2017, 06:00

The turkey is not the only one getting stuffed this Christmas. Amid all the glasses raised and the dinners downed, give your body a break on one of ou(...)

An Indian restaurant in Creeslough, Co Donegal was served a food closure order last month after  human excrement was found in an area where staff were preparing food.

An Indian restaurant in Co Donegal was served a food closure order last month after a pond of human excrement was found in an area where staff were pr(...)

Humpback whale off Cork. Photograph: Pádraig Whooley/IWDG

There is a vast array of everyday wonders around this island’s 7,800km rim. With the help of a group of coastal cognoscenti, here are 55 alternatives(...)

Tyre tracks on the slipway at Buncrana pier where the five people died. Photograph: Justin Kernoghan

It should have been a perfect day. A nice gesture by Seán – to bring his partner Louise’s mother, Ruth, out for Sunday lunch on St Patrick’s weekend. (...)