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Currently there are three members of Fianna Fáil, two each of Sinn Féin and Fine Gael, one from the Labour Party and one independent.
In addition to the radio stations and newspapers available elsewhere in Donegal, there are several media outlets that are based solely on the peninsula, including two newspapers (the Inish Times and the Inishowen Independent, both of which are published in Buncrana) and one online daily local news service (Inishowen News.com).
The Inishowen peninsula includes Ireland's most northerly point, Malin Head, along with Lagg sand dunes, some of the highest in Europe.
The Grianan of Aileach, a ringfort that served as the royal seat of the over-kingdom of Ailech, stands at the entrance to the peninsula.
After the defeat of the rebellion much of O'Doherty's former lands were awarded to Arthur Chichester.
Ireland's deadliest road accident happened at Inishowen in July 2010.
The ancient Grianán Ailigh fort at Burt was the one time seat of the High Kings of Ireland, including both High Kings of the Meic Lochlainn, who held power in Inis Eoghain for many centuries.A seasonal ferry service crosses the Foyle, connecting Greencastle with Magilligan in County Londonderry, while another crosses the Swilly, connecting Buncrana with Rathmullan. There are several small outlying islands off the Inishowen coast, most notably Inishtrahull and Glashedy islands, both uninhabited, although the former was inhabited until the early twentieth century.Inch, located in Lough Swilly, is technically no longer an island, as it has a causeway connecting it to the mainland at Tooban, south of Fahan.Lough Swilly is a fjord-like lough, and was of strategic importance for many years to the British Empire as a deep-water harbour.It is also famous as the departure point of the Flight of the Earls.