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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Donegal

Last year
17-year-old missing from Donegal since Friday
Kyle Donnelly is described as being 5’ 8” tall, of slim build, with blonde hair.
Training with Celtic, coached by Brian Kerr and a sporting journey to managing Donegal
Bonner takes Donegal to an Ulster final showdown with Derry next Sunday.
Teenage girl (17) dies from injuries sustained in Donegal road crash earlier this month
Gardaí continue to appeal for witnesses.
Donegal pounce with two late goals to see off spirited Cavan challenge
Donegal have now made ten Ulster finals in twelve years.
White bags 2-3 as dominant Donegal secure Ulster final spot
Donegal will face Armagh, who have won the last two Ulsters, in the final.
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after two 17-year-olds injured in Donegal crash on Sunday
Gardaí have said that the incident involved a single car in Carraig Art in Co Donegal.
Man dies and two others injured in Donegal crash
The driver of one vehicle, a man aged in his 40s, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Anti-vaccination campaigner will not face charges over death of Covid patient Joe McCarron
McCarron, 67, died at Letterkenny University Hospital days after he was assisted in leaving against medical advice.
Donegal-Cavan Ulster championship double-header set for Clones
St Tiernach’s Park will host two massive clashes on Sunday, 8 May.
Man charged in connection with fatal Donegal house fire
The body of a woman, aged in her 80s, was discovered inside the house on Tuesday.
Man arrested after body of woman (80s) discovered following Donegal house fire
The fire broke out this afternoon at a house in the Doochary area of Donegal.
Champions Meath add league title to All-Ireland win with O'Sullivan goal key
A two-point win over Donegal in today’s decider.
'There is no need for me to ever speak English at home': The town with the highest percentage of Irish speakers
“From the moment I wake until the moment I go to bed, I speak Irish.”
Donegal will not appeal suspensions handed out after Armagh melee
‘CLG Dhún na nGall accept the referee’s report,’ a statement from the county reads.
Garda-killer jailed for endangering life of officer at checkpoint
Martin McDermott had led Gardaí on a 30km pursuit before smashing into a roadblock.
McBrearty hits winner, Murphy misses penalty and Donegal safe from the drop
The home side defeated Armagh in Letterkenny today.
Meath produce 'the best football we’ve played' to set up another Croke Park decider
The Royals will face Donegal in the Division 1 final on 10 April.
'I did my cruciate on 99 games. There was a massive thing in the paper the next day about the 100th'
Donegal star Emer Gallagher misses today’s Division 1 league semi-final against Dublin as she works towards her return from a serious knee injury.
Monaghan inflict first Ballybofey league defeat on Donegal since 2010 and boost survival hopes
The Farney men finished up 1-12 to 1-10 winners.
Witness appeal after female pedestrian dies following collision in Co Donegal
The woman, who was in her 50s, received serious injuries and died in hospital.
Walsh and Howley goal glut sends Mayo top in impressive display
Elsewhere, Galway secured a 15-point victory over Westmeath.
Mica homeowner group welcomes new report on costings for grant scheme
The report puts rebuild costs at between €150,000 and €421,000 depending on the size and location of the house.
Donegal impress in win over Tyrone with O'Donnell and McKelvey goals proving key
A big win for the home side.
'The anxiety was unbelievable': Mica homeowners feared for their safety during Storm Franklin
Homeowners are still waiting for clarity in relation to the redress scheme that will help them to fix their crumbling homes.
Donegal hopeful of Murphy return next month but key midfielder a major concern for Ulster clash
Declan Bonner’s men lost out to Kerry yesterday at Fitzgerald Stadium.
Clifford and O'Shea the key scorers as Kerry dominate to defeat Donegal
Testing conditions in Killarney as the home team triumphed.
Controversial part of mica redress scheme may be dropped
Campaigners in Donegal had criticised the scheme for including a sliding scale for costs.
McLaughlin's seven points prove crucial as Donegal see off Galway's challenge
Donegal defeated Galway by three points in Ballybofey.
Man jailed for eight years over cocaine-fuelled shooting rampage in Donegal town
Dowling, 25, fired shots at houses and cars before turning the gun on a gardaí and the public.
Hennelly saves penalty and hits equaliser to rescue Mayo against Donegal
Donegal had been in front 0-7 to 0-3 at half-time.
Letterkenny IT stun UCD with late point to book Sigerson Cup quarter-final place
The Donegal side reached the semi-finals in 2020.
Hunter high on cocaine walked through Donegal town firing at gardaí and civilians, court hears
Stephen Dowling let off up to nine shots of ammunition from a high-powered telescopic rifle in Glenties, Co Donegal.
Investigation under way after woman’s body found outside home in Donegal
Gardai are investigating the circumstances surrounding the woman’s death.
Monaghan defeat Armagh on penalties and Donegal see off Derry in semi-final clashes
The final takes place next Saturday afternoon.
Gardaí appeal for information on man's body found in 'unexplained circumstances' in Donegal
The man’s body was found lying in a laneway behind a row of houses in Knockalla Drive in Buncrana on Friday.
Man's body found in 'unexplained circumstances' in Co Donegal
The body of the man was found in a laneway behind a row of houses at around 7.30pm on Friday evening.
Teenager dies in Donegal swimming incident
The incident happened shortly after 2pm in the sea off Arranmore.
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Man in his 20s dies after two-car collision in Donegal
The road in St Johnston is currently closed and local diversions are in place.
'At times I barely had money for the fuel... I sometimes had to sleep in the car'
Read an extract from Joe Barr’s ‘Going the Distance.
Mica campaigners in discussions to form new political party
Activist Paddy Diver said he wants the people of Donegal to look out for the county “the way the Healy-Raes look after Kerry”.