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# Donegal

Last week
31st March 2024 - 13th April 2024
Unarmed garda tells of moment bullets zipped by his head as gunman fired shots
Donegal hold off Armagh in pulsating finale to land Division 2 league title
Last month
March 2024
Mother and two daughters killed in tragic Mayo crash to be laid to rest in Donegal
Items seized in Dundalk after over €4 million worth of cocaine found on Donegal beaches last year
Appeal for information after car stolen in Strabane found across border stripped of parts
Dramatic comeback clinches draw for Armagh as Cork secure top four league spot
Two men arrested in relation to fatal Creeslough explosion released without charge
Two men arrested in relation to fatal explosion at Creeslough service station
The explosion killed 10 people in October 2022.
Gardaí said the men (both aged in their 50s) were arrested for alleged offences contrary to the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person Act 1997.
Ten people, including three children, were killed in the blast at the Applegreen service station in Creeslough on 7 October, 2022.
Donegal man charged with murder of grandfather just days before Christmas
Armagh and Donegal win promotion out of Division 2 with handsome wins
Man in his 30s dies after being struck by a lorry in Co Donegal
Gardaí on alert over car enthusiasts' plans to converge on Donegal seaside town for St Patrick's Day
Anti-vaxxer accused of assaulting garda arrested after stand-off in Co Donegal
Donegal football focus, upcoming AFLW adventure and international soccer memories
This year
2024
Derry fire 3-17 in victory over Monaghan, Donegal go top of Division 2
Former councillor to stand trial for allegedly producing hurl during altercation
Media regulator partially upholds complaint against TG4 Creeslough documentary for causing harm
The System Version 2.0 - How Jim McGuinness is redefining Donegal
Listen carefully to Donegal’s manager. Nobody else is telling us as much about how the game is being played.
Donegal fire 1-20 against Cork as McGuinness gets new era off to winning start
Storm Isha: Man dies in road crash and 170,000 premises without power
Storm Isha has caused damage and travel disruption.
Gardaí investigating Rathmullan robbery release two juveniles without charge
Silverware for Mickey Harte as Derry retain McKenna Cup against Donegal
Govt 'failure' for towns sheltering refugees 'feeds anti-migrant narrative', say locals
Roscommon TD Claire Kerrane said promises to resource towns and villages receiving asylum seekers have regularly not received any follow through.
Two men arrested in Donegal after knifepoint robbery at a business last night
Donegal counselling service for children and adolescents to close due to lack of state funding
Donegal teacher convicted of sexually abusing a 13-year-old boy jailed for two and a half years
19-year-old charged with causing girlfriend's death in road crash in May 2022
Multiple people treated for smoke inhalation after fire breaks out at accommodation in Donegal
Woman (20s) becomes seventh person to die on Irish roads this week
Two walkers rescued in 'treacherous' conditions from Errigal Mountain
Last year
2023
Gardaí investigating after man's body discovered in Donegal on Christmas Eve
Donegal footballer and Irish soccer player makes AFLW move to Adelaide
Two killed in separate collisions in Dublin and Donegal yesterday
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after male jogger is hit by a car in Co Donegal
Former parish priest pleads guilty at last minute to sexual abuse of young boy
Man who was indecently assaulted by a Donegal teacher in his teens tells court of his suffering
Gardaí continue to investigate after body of man found in Co Donegal
Landowner who decimated rare mussel habitat fined €11k, ordered to allow NPWS staff onto land
Four people rescued off the coast of Donegal after boat overturned and began to sink
Garda investigation after masked man playing Irish rebel songs threatens Ukrainian refugees