Mc Conalogue says education in Donegal will be a priority for FF

Donegal Deputy Charlie Mc Conalogue is pledging that the education needs of the county will a priority if Fianna Fail is elected into Government. Deputy...

Bloody Sunday families pushing for investigation to be re-opened

  The families of the victims of Bloody Sunday have launched a new legal bid to re-open the investigation into their deaths. They're seeking a judicial...

McGuinness says he is a genuine peacemaker who has contribution to make to Ireland

Martin McGuinness has hit out at what he calls the "West Brit elements" around Dublin and in the media, who have criticised his nomination...

‘idiot’ banned for horrendous driving on beach

A teenager who drove on a crowded beach was called “an idiot” by a judge and told he would have to be banned from...

Family lawyer calls for tighter “Home Alone” guidelines

A leading family lawyer in the North is calling on the Stormont Executive to introduce clear guidelines for parents about leaving children at home...

Sinn Fein calls on Irish in Australia to get involved in politics at home

Sinn Fein is calling on Irish emigrants in Australia to get involved in politics at home. The party's Finance spokesperson Pearse Doherty is travelling to...

Larkin will not run as an independent

Letterkenny Councillor Dessie Larkin has confirmed he will not be running as an Independent candidate in Donegal North East, and intends remaining on as...

Obama speaks in Belfast ahead of G8 summit

The US President Barack Obama has addressed school children in Belfast ahead of the G8 summit in Northern Ireland. Barack Obama urged the teenagers to...

Pringle seeking referendum to have economic, cultural and social rights constitutionally guaranteed

A Donegal TD will tonight move a private members' motion in the Dail calling for a referendum to have Economic, Social and Cultural rights...

Theft of lead causing major problems in Derry

A Derry Councillor has said repair costs following the theft of lead piping in the City will run in to tens of thousands of...
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Irish Covid-19 death toll rises to 36 ; 15 cases confirmed...

14 more people have died from Covid-19 in the Republic of Ireland, bringing the total to 36. It follows confirmation of 14 more deaths...