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Three puppies were taken to be treated for hypothermia, hypoglycaemia and hunger by the ISPCA after being found in Co Donegal. Photograph: ISPCA.

Three new-born puppies had a lucky escape in Co Donegal this week after being stuffed into a plastic bag and thrown towards a river, only for the bag (...)

Drumboe Castle

County: Donegael Incident: Battles between the IRA and the B Specials Date: May-June 1922 Donegal was a relatively quiet county during the War of Ind(...)

The funeral service for Seymour Crawford  took place in Newbliss Presbyterian Church, Co Monaghan. Photograph: Philip Fitzpatrick

Former Fine Gael politician Seymour Crawford was a peacemaker, who had made a significant contribution to the peace process, mourners at his funeral i(...)

Great buzz: Paul Howard with his beehive in Avoca, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Tethered as we are these days to mobile technology, the concept of free time has become nebulous. Far too many of us are always on or always on call. (...)

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(...)

Shane Patton had just completed his Leaving Certificate when he was killed by a car driven at 165kph  at Drumkeen in Co Donegal on July 12th, 2012.

A Donegal mother has said her son could still be alive if a cross-border driving ban scheme had become law sooner. Julie Patton’s eldest son Shane wa(...)

Eamon Lynch leaving court after being given an 18-month sentence for causing death by dangerous driving. Photograph: North West Newspix

The heartbroken mother of a teenage Donegal boy killed in a high-speed crash by a man with almost 500 convictions has said that she will never be able(...)

Stephen McGrath, Theresa Robinson and Kaylem Ó Murachaidh lost their lives in a crash in Donegal.

Four of the five people killed in two recent car crashes in Co Donegal were not wearing seatbelts. The two crashes, which happened within just a few (...)

A slurry tanker similar to the one at issue in the case involving the McKinney brothers.

Taxpayers have been left to pay a €15,000 “parking” fee after a dispute between two Co Donegal brothers over a slurry tanker. Letterkenny District Ci(...)