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In Co Waterford, €3.7m was approved for the Mount Congreve Estate.

Government approval of €16.3 million in funding for four projects designed to develop rural tourism has been welcomed by Fáilte Ireland. The funds w(...)

Fishing vessels tied up in Killybegs, Co Donegal.  Photograph:  Brian Farrell/Irish Times

Fisherman Michael Cavanagh has no doubts about the potential for violence on the high seas in the event of a no-deal Brexit at the end of the month. (...)

Green Party MEP Grace O’Sullivan said the report by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change confirms irreversible damage is already being done to marine environments and ice sheets.

Ireland may escape the devastation of increased superstorms and tsunamis predicted to occur due to increased global warming, but it faces major sea le(...)

The court heard the  incident occurred at    Kitty Kelly’s restaurant in Killybegs  on Easter Sunday   last year.

A civil servant told a young waiter he “would take the head off him” during an altercation in a restaurant last year, a court has heard. Martin Mulhe(...)

Mark McKinney: ‘My hope is that Northern Ireland has no borders’

ATG Group is a waste and environmental specialist based in Coleraine, Co Derry. It recently secured a £3.5 million (€3.9 million) contract in the Repu(...)

Brian Leslie of Seaquest Engineering: ‘The first [game changer] that comes to mind was the development of the fish pump for pelagic fishing. It allowed us to capture large contracts around Europe and further afield.’

Brian Leslie went to Seattle on a J1 visa and was offered a permanent position there once he completed his degree in mechanical engineering in DIT Bo(...)

The Abbey Hotel in Donegal town.

Time to play? Get moving this summer with one of the action-packed activity breaks available all over Ireland, the adventure playground on your doorst(...)

 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(...)

Residents in Killybegs, Co Donegal reported tremours. Photograph: iStock

Donegal was struck by a 2.4 magnitude earthquake overnight. Residents in the south west of the county, from Donegal Town to Killybegs and Ballyshanno(...)

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