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# Donegal

20th July 2024
Man claims he was too busy working in bog to attend Garda station on 29 occasions
Last week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Gardaí probe two more suspected arson attacks at buildings in Limerick and Donegal
Siblings in their 70s killed in Donegal collision, as woman in her 80s dies in Meath crash
It brings the number of people who have died on Irish roads this year to 110.
Galway come strong at finish to defeat Donegal and book All-Ireland final place
This month
July 2024
Man rescued from sea off Donegal coast after falling overboard this morning
A slab of butter, believed to be hundreds of years old, discovered on Donegal farm
Fixture details confirmed for All-Ireland football semi-finals
Last month
June 2024
Donegal too strong for Louth to set up All-Ireland semi-final against Galway
Investigation launched after man arrested in Co Donegal later found dead in Garda Station cell
Man who died in Donegal diving event tragedy named locally
How a festival in Donegal is bringing back the ancient craft of wall building
Donegal fishermen rescued after boat sinks near Rockall Bank
Gardaí in Co Donegal seize dog after it was involved in an attack on jogger
Man hospitalised after being attacked by a dog on the restricted breed list in Co Donegal
Looking for the best Donegal road trip? This scenic route has cliffs, beaches and waterfalls
100% Redress: Single-issue party discuss possible Dáil campaign after claiming four council seats in Donegal
Three candidates from party campaigning for Mica redress elected in Donegal
Investigations launched after more than 300 fish dead in Co Donegal river
Party campaigning for Mica redress running six candidates in Donegal local elections
Jim McGuinness: 'You don’t deserve to win a game when you concede three goals'
Cork fire three goals to upset Donegal in All-Ireland series
A two-point win for the home team in Páirc Uí Rinn.
What are the key questions ahead of today's three All-Ireland football games?
May 2024
Three men jailed for abduction of man in Donegal who was taken over border and shot with crossbow
Man and woman arrested in Creeslough investigation released without charge
10 years after shocking Dublin, McHugh still the driver of the Donegal system
KIlcar playmaker back playing some of the best football of his career with the benefit of maturity.
Donegal make a statement in victory over meek Tyrone
Donegal were seven-point winners in Ballybofey.
Garda raids seize criminal assets, including SUV, across more than 20 searches in Donegal and Dublin
Niamh Reel with final point in first touch of extra-time Ulster final win for Armagh ladies
Man, in his 80s, dies in early morning tragedy at Buncrana Pier
Beloved Killybegs seafood shack facing closure as council orders move within two weeks
Owner Mairead O’Hagan Anderson says locals are “fed up” with the town centre being treated like a “building site”.
Pedestrian injured in Donegal hit-and-run dies in hospital as man appears in court
Man, 36, charged after hit and run incident that left pedestrian critically injured
Ulster title a good start for Donegal, but there is a glass ceiling
Donegal in the promised land with Ulster triumph as Armagh's penalty agony goes on
For the second consecutive year, Armagh lose the Ulster final on penalties.
Woman says her life changed forever after being followed and attacked by man in Donegal
Man sped around village with friends on car roof and bonnet before tragedy
April 2024
O'Donnell and McBrearty fire Donegal to extra-time victory over Tyrone
Woman in her 80s dies following single vehicle collision in Co Donegal
Farewell the fly-goalkeeper? The case against roaming outfield
Donegal relentlessly exposed Derry’s desire to have Odhran Lynch as another outfield player. Is it over for the experiment?
Tenants 'feel like pawns on a chessboard' as 15 families face eviction from Donegal estate
‘There is no peace day by day, like it was before,’ one tenant said.