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This month
May 2024
Delivery driver who followed woman home at 3am and assaulted her is jailed for two years
Last month
April 2024
'He will be sadly missed': Irish priest (75) dies after falling from ladder in Mexico
This year
Former councillor to stand trial for allegedly producing hurl during altercation
Man (73) pleads guilty to putting lives in danger after damaging gas pipes of community centre
Last year
Gardai investigating after woman attacked in Donegal
Remembrance mass to be held for Irish soldier killed in Lebanon last year
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
Two people to stand trial at Central Criminal Court in relation to Sliabh Liag cliffs murder
Donegal grieves as friends Alana and Thomas are laid to rest after fatal crash
Woman appears in court charged with murder of man found dead at Sliabh Liag cliffs in Donegal
Father who abandoned baby on side of road to get revenge on child's mother jailed for three years
All time
Garda-killer jailed for endangering life of officer at checkpoint
Man pleads guilty to endangering Garda by driving car at him
Suspended sentence for man who broke into woman's home and sexually assaulted her in bed
Two bodies recovered from Lough Keel during search for father and son
Australian police search for two Irish men after two others seriously injured in car crash
Man (57) who spied on children in public toilets using hidden cameras is jailed
'Life is precious, life is brittle, life is very fragile. We saw that on Sunday night. Everybody hurts.'
Civil servant jailed for selling personal details of hundreds for almost €22,000
'He is a pariah': Civil servant leaked details of hundreds of people to private investigators for profit
'Death by misadventure' recorded by inquest into the five fatalities in Buncrana Pier tragedy