14 June 2021
Briogáid Dóiteáin Bhaile Átha Cliath:Three fire engines are attending a house fire in Cabra. Smoke is visible across the sky line but firefighters are on scene dealing with the incident
3 month ago
Gardaí investigating a fatal hit and run in Mayo have issued an appeal to the driver of the vehicle to come forward. A man in his 40s passed away from his injuries. The incident happened on Wednesday night in the Humbert Way area of Castlebar
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Gardaí investigating the shooting incident that occurred in Bluebell, Dublin 8, last Saturday have charged the man that was in Garda custody. The man in his early 30s is due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning
Drugs worth 115 thousand Euro, as well as three firearms and ammunition, have been seized by Gardai in Dublin. The discovery was made when two cars were seized and searched in Clondalkin yesterday. No arrests have yet been made
3 month ago
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has backed a potential joint bid from England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to host the 2030 World Cup
At least 20 detained in violent protests against lockdown in Dublin
Video circulating from this afternoons protest in the city centre showing fireworks being fired towards Gardai. Understand extra garda resources are being drafted into the area from other parts of Dublin
Anti-lockdown protest on Grafton Street. Fairly chaotic scenes
Dublin Fire Brigade: Blanchardstown firefighters at a vehicle fire this morning at the nearby shopping centre. Foam was used as it is highly effective at suppressing these kind of fires. The smoke plume from these calls tend to be highly visible on the bright clear days
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighters from Tallaght and Dolphin's Barn responded to reports of smoke in an apartment block in Parkwest last night. A fire was discovered and extinguished in the basement. Good evacuation by the residents of the block on hearing the alarm
The Chair of the European Parliament's UK Coordination Group @davidmcallister has said there will be no "thorough review" of the NI Protocol, nor any amendments to it
The European Commission has said it is "fully committed" to the Good Friday Agreement and to the proper implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol
Threats to Northern Ireland journalists must stop, says PSNI chief Simon Byrne
In relation to the fatal shooting in Ballymun last night, Gardaí say they are aware of video footage or images circulating online and have asked people not to share "out of respect to the family of the deceased
Irish Revenue says it processed 1.8m customs declarations in January, compared to 1.6m in the whole of 2020
Gardaí have seized €187,000 worth of drugs and arrested a man in his 40's following a search operation in Co. Laois. Cannabis, cocaine and LSD were all recovered in yesterday's raid at an address in Portlaoise4 month ago
Gardaí have seized €187,000 worth of drugs and arrested a man in his 40's following a search operation in Co. Laois. Cannabis, cocaine and LSD were all recovered in yesterday's raid at an address in Portlaoise
4 month ago
Northern Ireland suspends Brexit checks from Great Britain amid safety fears for port staff. Since checks were introduced on goods from GB, tensions have surfaced in loyalist communities: graffiti has appeared warning all border officials were targets
PSNI: Paramilitary Crime Task Force detectives have seized drugs, a substantial sum of cash and made two arrests during searches in Derry/Londonderry in an operation investigating suspected drugs activity linked to the INLA4 month ago
PSNI: "Paramilitary Crime Task Force detectives have seized drugs, a substantial sum of cash and made two arrests during searches in Derry/Londonderry in an operation investigating suspected drugs activity linked to the INLA"
4 month ago
Police have begun an investigation into potential breaches of Covid19 regulations at the funeral of an IRA veteran in Derry
A gunman who shot a Kinahan cartel target five times faces up to life in prison for attempted murder. James 'Mago' Gately survived a drive-by shooting at a filling station in Dublin in 2017
A gunman who shot a Kinahan cartel target five times faces up to life in prison for attempted murder
Some 3,500 relatives of people killed during the Northern Ireland conflict have urged the British and Irish governments to fully investigate the decades of violence
PSNI has said the Continuity IRA may have opened fire on a civilian helicopter in County Fermanagh last week, rather than one belonging to the police. Security alert still going on in Wattlebridge, near Newtownbutler
Police say dissident Republicans may have fired shots at a civilian helicopter near Newtownbutler last Thursday. (Continuity IRA claims that it targeted a PSNI helicopter during searches for a suspicious device in Wattlebridge Road have previously been dismissed)
Ireland's Deputy Chief Medical Officer has warned of "difficult days ahead" as COVID19 hospital admissions continue to rise
Irish Minister for European Affairs: The EU Commission has provided our Perm Rep in Brussels with details of the Brexit Adjustment Reserve, which I discussed with Commissioner Hahn today. Ireland will receive about 25% of the fund due to impact of Brexit on Ireland
Major retailers into Northern Ireland - including M&S and Tesco - have experienced temporary disruption while they adapt to post-Brexit arrangements
5 month ago
Ireland closes schools for rest of the month due to coronavirus surge: govt
Fresh dispute over Rockall after Scottish patrol boat blocks County Donegal fishing vessel from entering its waters5 month ago
Fresh dispute over Rockall after Scottish patrol boat blocks County Donegal fishing vessel from entering its waters
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