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18 October 2018 14:18 'Sheep stealer' the worst name-call in rural Ireland, court told

A solicitor has told a court that to be called a "sheep stealer" is the worst thing a farmer can be called in rural Ireland. Solicitor Patsy Gallagher was speaking at Falcarragh District in Co Donegal after his client had been charged with handling 35 stolen lambs. John McBride (47) of 11 Firmount pleaded guilty to a total of 35 sample charges 1

18 October 2018 10:07 Woman due in court after drugs worth €600,000 seized in Tallaght

A woman who was arrested in connection with a drugs seizure worth almost €600,000 in west Dublin is due in court today. The woman in her twenties is expected to appear before Tallaght District Court this morning. The drugs were found during a search of a house yesterday in New Bancroft Place, Tallaght. Four kilos of heroin and half a kilo of cocaine

17 October 2018 20:38 Driver caught travelling 162km/h on M1 Donabate

If you’re caught speeding, you get a fixed charge fine of €80, together with 3 penalty points. GARDAÍ IN DUBLIN stopped a driver who was travelling 42km/h over the limit. The driver was detected travelling at 162km/h on the M1 Donabate, Dublin yesterday. The penalty for speeding is a fixed charge fine of €80, together with 3 penalty points. Penalty points

16 October 2018 03:20 Man was growing cannabis to pay his rent

A cannabis user came up with a scheme to pay his rent by growing his own cannabis. Cannabis with a potential street value of €7,200 was seized at a flat in Cork and yesterday Kevin Bulman, aged 30, pleaded guilty to a charge of cultivation of cannabis at his home at Cork District Court. Sergeant John Kelleher told Judge Olann Kelleher that nine plants 2

13 October 2018 08:25 Three people released without charge by gardaí who found guns in postal packages from US

Gardaí said that the package contained numerous firearms, including three Glock handguns. ALL THREE PEOPLE who had been arrested after a number of firearms were seized in postal packages destined for Ireland from the United States, have been released by gardaí without charge. Gardaí said that the packages contained numerous firearms, including three 23

12 October 2018 18:28 Revenue seizes €2.2 million worth of drugs at Dublin Airport and Rosslare Port

Two men have been arrested in connection with the two separate incidents. €2.2 MILLION EURO worth of heroin and cannabis has been seized by revenue in recent days as part of two separate operations. In the first case, Revenue officers seized 13kgs of suspected heroin with an estimated street value of €1.8 million at Dublin Airport. The drugs had been concealed 1

12 October 2018 09:32 Pair arrested in connection with Cork drug seizure

Two men have been arrested after drugs worth more than €18,000 was seized in Cork city. Gardaí seized cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis from a house in Cork city. Gardaí arrested the two men in their 20s and seized the drugs following a search of a house on Barrack Street at around 3.30pm yesterday. Gardaí from Anglesea Street executed a search warrant at the property 1

09 October 2018 12:10 Cash and gold coins found during search over €3.5 million fraudulent claims

CAB and gardaí carried out the search. THE CRIMINAL ASSETS Bureau (CAB) and gardaí found €150,000 in cash and gold and silver coins during a search connected to fraudulent claims of over €3.5 million. The search operation took place in Cork City and Cork County this morning, at one residential premises in West Cork and two business premises in Cork City. The CAB investigation 1

09 October 2018 05:30 Cork local investigated over hacking of council's parking app

It was originally thought that international data thieves were responsible – but gardaí made a breakthrough in recent days. THE GARDA COMPUTER Crime Unit has been drafted in to probe how 5,000 people’s personal information collected by Cork City Council had been illegally accessed by a hacker. Detectives in that garda unit are investigating the breach

07 October 2018 11:15 Donkeys found struggling to survive in patch of waste ground learn to live again

By Sarah Slater Three donkeys are learning to live again after being discovered battling to survive alongside the carcasses of two others. Earlier this year, the emaciated donkeys named Amelia, Romily and Jazz, were found on a patch of waste ground in Antrim. Jane Bruce, welfare adviser with the Donkey Sanctuary, found the donkeys following a call by a local 2