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Mary Boyle was six years old when she went missing on 18th March, 1977, from her grandmother’s house near Ballyshannon, Co Donegal.

A YouTube documentary about the case of Mary Boyle, the six-year old girl who disappeared in Co Donegal nearly 40 years ago, was temporarily removed (...)

Mary Boyle who went missing on March 18th, 1977. Image: Screengrab from ‘Mary Boyle: The Untold Story’

Two retired detectives have alleged there was political interference in the investigation of the missing child Mary Boyle. Retired sergeant Martin (...)

Simon Coveney: ‘I’m pretty confident that it is possible to put a compromise position that everyone can be reasonably happy with’. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Simon Coveney, has revealed that he hopes to make progress on getting consensus on local governme(...)

Donegal schoolgirl Mary Boyle was six years old when she went missing in 1977

The Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has said she cannot direct an inquest to be opened into Ireland’s oldest missing person case. Commenting (...)

Simon Coveney: ‘I think it is possible to design a solution that the city and county can live with’. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Simon Coveney, has said he maintains the view that local government structures in Cork are not de(...)

Mary Boyle, who was six when she disappeared in Co Donegal in 1977, is Ireland’s longest-running missing-child case

On April 26th came the joyous news that an inquest jury in Warrington had upheld a truth the British establishment had long sought to deny: that 96 L(...)

Mary Boyle was six years old when she went missing on March 18th, 1977 near Ballyshannon, Co Donegal.

The twin sister of Mary Boyle (6), who went missing in Donegal 39 years ago, has presented Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin “evidence” that a politic(...)

Mary Boyle was six  years old when she went missing on  March 18th, 1977, from her grandmothers house near Ballyshannon, Co Donegal.

The twin sister of Mary Boyle (6), who went missing in 1977, returns from Washington DC today after a series of meetings in her campaign for a public(...)

Adi Roche, founder of Chernobyl Children International (CCI), with Ann Doherty, chief executive of Cork City Council and Lord Mayor of Cork Chris O’Leary. Photograph: Dan McLaughlin.

The Chernobyl nuclear disaster nearly 30 years ago “left its imprint right across Europe”, the Lord Mayor of Cork, Chris O’Leary, has said on a visit (...)

Adi Roche with baby Victoria Doronona in the cardiac unit of Kharkiv general hospital, eastern Ukraine, in 2015. Ms Roche will visiting the Chernobyl exclusion zone for the 25th time

Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr Chris O’Leary has paid tribute to the work of the Chernobyl Children International charity as he prepares to lead a delegation(...)

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