Mary Boyle

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The matter  arises from a documentary about the  unsolved disappearance of Mary Boyle  in 1977 posted by Gemma O’Doherty on YouTube. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The estate of Co Donegal councillor and hotelier Sean McEniff, who died two years ago, was on Wednesday substituted as plaintiff in a defamation claim(...)

A petition has opened  in Ballymoney, Ballycastle and Ballymena calling for a byelection in North Antrim after DUP MP Ian Paisley was suspended from the Commons for 30 days following his failure to register two family holidays paid for by the Sri Lankan government.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Fairhill shopping centre in Ballymena is known to a generation of TV viewers in Northern Ireland as “a big shoppin’ centre in Ballymena, hi!” For (...)

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Donegal schoolgirl Mary Boyle who disappeared without trace in March 1977. File photograph: EMG Photos

Detectives have launched a renewed bid to solve the Republic’s longest-running missing person case. It has been 41 years since the disappearance of s(...)

Mary Boyle was last seen alive in the afternoon of March 18th, 1977.

A cousin of missing Co Donegal girl Mary Boyle, who was last seen almost 41 years ago, has called for inquest into her death which he says could help (...)

Jonathan Sugarman, a former Unicredit Bank Ireland risk manager, said he is “totally unemployable as a result of upholding the law of Ireland”.

Ireland has “absolutely and completely destroyed the lives of every single whistleblower” that has dared reveal irregularities to officials, a former (...)

Donegal schoolgirl Mary Boyle, who disappeared without trace in March 1977. File photograph: EMG Photos

The lead investigator into the disappearance in 1977 of Mary Boyle, Ireland’s longest-running missing person case, believes a breakthrough could have (...)

Mary Boyle:  vanished near her home in Co Donegal, aged six, in 1977. Her remains have never been found

The twin sister of missing Donegal schoolgirl Mary Boyle has claimed that a Garda Síochána “cold case” review into her sister’s disappearance four dec(...)

 People taking part in a march for Mary Boyle on O’Connell Street in Dublin, Saturday. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A march to highlight the case of missing schoolgirl Mary Boyle was held in Dublin city centre on Saturday afternoon. The march, which was attended by(...)

Mary Boyle was last seen alive in the afternoon of March 18th, 1977.

A second politician has stated publically he did not use his political influence to prevent gardaí investigating the disappearance of Mary Boyle from(...)

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