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18 min ago | Donegal Today
Ireland's longest serving Co. Councillor put it up to those who had not yet "answered the call" and took a very chilly drenching today on Bundoran's seafront.
4 hrs ago | Leinster Express
Seamus Colgan from Mountmellick and Portarlington and his mates in Australia completed the 14k 'city to surf' in Sydney and raised over i 1 24,500 for cystic fibrosis Ireland.
10 hrs ago | Isle News
The Department of Economic Development has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment in Northern Ireland.
10 hrs ago | Independent.ie
Under the hammer: Dunvillaun Beg island off Belmullet, Co Mayo, which is on the books for the next Space Allsop auction.
13 hrs ago | Independent.ie
Aidan Lynch from Rochestown in Cork vanished on Wednesday morning when he was enjoying a one week holiday in the Polish city of Krakow with friends from University College Cork .
13 hrs ago | Limerick Today
The Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport says he disagrees with the GAA's decision to stage the All Ireland football semi-final replay between Kerry and Mayo in Limerick.
A leading trade unionist says new figures reporting Londonderry as the worst unemployment blackspot in the whole of the United Kingdom indict the Northern Ireland Executive.
One of Londonderry's proudest glasses wearers is a step closer to winning a 'Spectacle Wearer of the Year Award' with a grand prize of 10,000 and a luxury holiday in the Bahamas.
Naas man Justin Kinahan is planning another trip on his paddle board. Like the recent journey which took him from Dublin to Limerick, he hopes to raise money for charity.
By senior year, most students know which field of study they want to pursue. But the declaration doesn't mean they won't have the time or ability to explore other areas of interest.
THEY ARE JUST GR'EIGHT'. Acting Principal at Our Lady or Lourdes, Elish Gillan, pictured along with the school's top GCSE achievers.
The coming of the railway line from Dublin to Galway was one of the most significant events in the history of our city in the 19th century.
US Military Historical Tours, representatives , Bill McCulloch and Dave Wall, meeting the Mayor Councillor Brenda Stevenson, during their visit to the city, accompanied by Mary Blake, DCC Tourism development officer, Karen Henderson, sales & marketing with Visit Derry and city guide Ian Henderson.
Dublin-based Ryanair is Europe's largest low-cost airline, known for its no-frills approach to budget air travel.
UKIP's David Jones claimed that "the uncontrolled immigration of foreign nationals bubble has burst with the PSNI releasing 20 Romanians from modern-day slavery".
The Dublin-based airline says more than a quarter of its passengers already are business travellers, and hopes the new product will allow it to capture three-fourths of all business travel between Britain and Ireland, its two biggest markets.
Lee Ryan from the band Blue and Ashley Roberts from The Pussycat Dolls and 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!' chatted away with staff and even allowed pictures to be taken.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 03:24 pm
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