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Three fire service units rushed to the 72-year-old's empty home after a passerby raised the alarm at around 8am this morning. The former railway station house on the N56 between Loughanure and Crolly, Co Donegal, has been extensively damaged.
Home of paedophile John Barrow gutted by blaze for the second time
The fire at the former railway station house on the N56 between Loughanure and Crolly was noticed by a passerby around 8am. Fire crews drew water from the nearby Crolly river to assist with dousing the blaze. The building has been extensively damaged.
House fire leaves building extensively damaged in Crolly
John Gonna O'Donnell of Ranafast, who had been a Tunnel Tiger, was one of the local men who took part in the TG4 programme and when he returned home, Eugene Greene of Loughanure, who also contributed to the TG4 documentary, asked John about ...
A tribute to Donegal's Tunnel Tigers
A publican has been fined €500 after he was found with up to 100 patrons, who were attending a wedding party, drinking on his premises after hours. Dungloe District Court heard that on May 3rd this year, gardaí called into the Loughanure premises ...
Gardaí found 100 people at wedding party in pub after hours
Garda Aaron Cawley, now based at Manorhamilton in Leitrim after a transfer from Donegal, said he was off work for nine months after a series of attacks by a man which started in the village of Loughanure and continued at Glenties Garda station.
Garda who was assaulted in Co Donegal missed work for nine months
Annagry witnessed one of the biggest and most poignant funerals ever in Donegal yesterday, as Conor Boyle of Loughanure was laid to rest. There was widespread shock when 18-year-old Conor was injured in a car accident in London earlier this month and ...
The Rosses' loving farewell to Conor
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