Sean Mceniff

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Donegal superfan John Murphy from Donegal Town. Photograph:  Joe Dunne

The ticket arrived by post on a sparkling Wednesday in Donegal Town. Courtesy of the county board. John Murphy was beginning to get worried. He has at(...)

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(...)

Seán McEniff, Ray McSharry and Brian Ó Domhnaill canvassing in Donegal town in 2010. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland’s longest serving councillor, Seán McEniff, died on Friday at the age of 81. The hotelier had been seriously ill in hospital in Dublin follow(...)

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(...)

Gardaí near the scene of the suspected hit-and-run at Newtown Road, Bundoran, Co Donegal, yesterday. Photograph: Thomas Gallagher

The body of the man found dead following a hit and run incident in Co Donegal early yesterday was discovered by his wife who got out of bed to g(...)

As Donegal exit this year's championship, former star Seanie McEniff will be hoping for a better result for his renamed online betting venture

Compliance Systems Corp, the US-listed entity that owns SeanieMac.com, Ireland’s newest online gambling venture, officially changed its name this week(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin at the launch of the party’s election manifesto in 2011.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Democracy requires accountability and accountability is synonymous with integrity, transparency and honesty. The willingness of elected represe(...)