Probe into if leader of gang involved in Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe murder was involved in double ATM robbery
Detectives are probing if the leader of the gang involved in the murder of Detective Garda...
Detectives are probing if the leader of the gang involved in the murder of Detective Garda...
The New IRA is assessed by Garda intelligence and the PSNI as posing the biggest terrorist threat on the island of Ireland since the Provisional IRA.
The New IRA, which has been blamed by for the murder of journalist Lyra McKee, is assessed by Garda intelligence and the PSNI as posing the biggest terrorist threat on the island of Ireland...
Garda supervisors want the introduction of a real-time insurance database to help them crack down on uninsured drivers.
"He got the death he feared most. He had an aversion to water and couldn't swim."
The leader of the association representing 2,200 Garda supervisors has said it will support its member at the centre of allegations of being involved in security consultancy work contrary to the force's regulations.
THE leader of the association representing 2,200 garda supervisors has said it will support its member at the centre of allegations of being involved in security consultancy work, contrary to the force's regulations.
Two high-ranking members of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) are staying away from its annual conference, due to get under way today, as a result of allegations that another member is under internal investigation.
A key associate of the global Kinahan crime cartel, who is suspected of playing a leading role in investing a slice of the gang's huge profits from its international drug trafficking activities, is being targeted by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB).
Triple Aintree Grand National-winning trainer Gordon Elliott will give evidence in the High Court today as a witness in a case arising from the seizure of one of his stable's former stars by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB).
An ongoing recruitment campaign for the Defence Forces, to replace the current stop-go system, will be launched today by Minister of State for Defence Paul Kehoe.
Irish Isil bride Lisa Smith made several attempts to secure cash through money transfers to fund her journey home with her two-year-old child.
A former member of the Defence Forces, who served Taoisigh on the Government jet, has...
New research will look at gender differences in how cancer patients respond to immunotherapy in terms of the treatment and side effects.
Lisa Smith used to "hate" Muslims and admits: "I'd see them and think: bombers."
GARDA supervisors want the introduction of a real-time insurance database to help them crack down on uninsured drivers.
Mid-ranking gardaí have called on their commissioner to publish a policy document outlining guidelines on how they should perform their role at forced evictions.
Employers are being urged to give jobs to members of the Reserve Defence Force and harness the skills and training acquired by them during their military service.
The row that has created a rift in the leadership of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) is impacting on the overall garda organisation, according to Commissioner Drew Harris.
ALMOST nine in ten gardai say they have no idea how a major blueprint on the future of policing will impact on their role.
The contest between the Criminal Assets Bureau and convicted drugs dealer John Boylan for possession of Cheltenham racing festival winner Labaik is set to enter the final furlong next week.
THE Naval Service is ending its deployment in the EU's big migrant rescue operation in the Mediterranean.
Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has carried out a major reshuffle of senior ranks in the force.
The Department of Defence is considering appealing a High Court ruling that could create chaos in its military retention policies.
The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) has seized a fleet of 115 cars worth close to €2m from suspected launderers of profits from a huge drug trafficking racket.
Pensioner Paddy Lyons (90) was murdered for the sake of a few hundred euro, by a killer who preyed on the elderly and vulnerable.
FIANNA Fáil and their new partners in the SDLP are at odd over whether Northern Ireland’s Secretary of State Karen Bradley should resign.
Forensic police officers in the UK and Ireland have identified similarities between packages sent to the University of Glasgow yesterday and 'love bomb' packages sent to London on Tuesday.
Counter-terrorist police in Dublin and London are working closely to identify those responsible for three letter bombs sent to key transport hubs in the English capital.
The three letter bombs posted from Dublin to three London transport hubs will heighten tensions about the potential impact of a hard Brexit on both sides of the Border.
Gardai are aiding an investigation by London metropolitan police after three explosive devices, posted in Dublin, were sent to key transport hubs in the English capital.
Whatever the outcome of the tortuous Brexit deliberations in the UK, the Government here seems determined to show any new Border barriers will be economic rather than security focused.
Armed support units will shortly be deployed around the clock in the Border region, under plans being finalised by Garda chiefs to deal with the Brexit fallout.
Senior Garda officers have described the seizure of a terrorist arsenal near the Border as a potential life-saving measure in the run up to Brexit- related problems in the region.
Gardai have seized Semtex explosives as well as rifles and ammunition after discovering another dissident republican hide close to the Border.
Maria Byrne was a vital cog in the network of extended family members and associates who were used by her brother, Liam, to launder the vast profits gleaned from his drug trafficking activities.
An estimated half-a-dozen Irish passport holders are believed to be still operating on behalf of Isil in Syria.
Ireland will take back extremists who have travelled to fight with terrorist groups like Isil, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
Feud-related violence in the capital may have become less frequent in recent months, but the drugs gang war is not over.
After years of building up a career as a major criminal while operating in the shadows, Mr Nobody has finally come under the full glare of the public spotlight.
A crackdown by immigration authorities on scams has resulted in a dramatic slump in applications for permission to live here based on marriage to an EU national.
The leader of the so-called 'New IRA' in Dublin has been jailed for life for the murder of another dissident republican almost six years ago.
As he sits in his cell on the E wing of the top security prison in Portlaoise that will be his home for at least 17 years, Kevin Braney will have plenty of time to reflect on the day he changed his mind about the peace process and became a dissident.
A countrywide drive against child pornography users and distributors will be stepped up by gardaí after raids in 11 counties.
A sentence of life imprisonment for Kevin Braney has dealt a major blow to the most dangerous terrorist group operating on this island.
Gardai carried out further searches today of a wooded area near the Border for hides being used by dissident republicans to store arms.
Gardaí are to carry out further searches today of a wooded area near the Border for hides being used by dissident republicans to store arms.
Around a thousand rounds of ammunition and a mortar tube were discovered in two hides about six kilometres from Omeath, Co Louth, today.
GARDA Special Branch chiefs are sending extra patrols to the Border to combat a feared increase in activity by dissident republicans.
After spending the past two months denying there was any contingency planning for policing the Border in the event of a hard Brexit, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar yesterday performed an about-face and speculated on gardaí and troops being deployed there.
The Government is scrambling to defuse the controversy caused by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's warning a hard border would need a "police or army presence" in a no-deal Brexit.
Gardaí have smashed a cash supply line financing international Islamic terrorists.
There are fears of a growing threat from dissidents on both sides of the Border as they seek to capitalise on a hard Brexit.
A senior republican is suspected of being the leader of an organised dissident crime gang that has built up a big property portfolio from the proceeds of illegal tobacco and alcohol smuggling.
An Irish citizen being held by Kurdish fighters in Syria was regarded by gardaí as a key member of an Isil logistics cell here.
The skeletal remains found in a drain in Co Wexford are believed to be those of a woman.
An Irish citizen captured by Kurdish-led forces in Syria was regarded as a "serious player" by gardaí investigating the activities of suspected jihadis when he lived here.
Gardai say that an Irish citizen captured by Kurdish led forces in Syria was regarded as a "serious player" when he lived here.
The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) has increased the number of targets on its books by more than 50pc in the past two years.
The Criminal Assets Bureau has increased the number of targets on its books by more than 50pc in the past two years.
Additional armed gardaí are being posted to the Border in the New Year.
Two men are still being questioned about the illegal possession of a shotgun, which was seized in searches carried out by gardaí investigating the vicious assault on security guards protecting a repossessed house in Co Roscommon.
A man waving a gun and carrying a suspicious wired device sparked a major alert in a courtroom yesterday.
Gardaí are now investigating if the attack on guards at a repossessed house in Roscommon was organised by people angered some of the security work was given to a firm based in Northern Ireland.
Gardai have arrested two men in connection to a pre-dawn attack at a repossessed home in Co Roscommon.
Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has described events in Strokestown as "very serious incidents" and says Garda HQ are in almost "hourly contact" with the local divisional commander.
Gardai are tonight questioning two men after seizing a sophisticated explosive device they believe was destined for use in the vicious crime feud in Drogheda.
The family at the centre of the eviction in Roscommon are said to be very concerned for their own safety and "want the situation to calm down".
Gardaí are probing whether the vigilante gang who attacked security guards at a repossessed Co Roscommon farmhouse at the weekend had been given the go-ahead by local criminals.
THE vicious ‘dissident’ gang behind the assault at the house in Falsk, Co Roscommon blocked off roads and planned their escape across fields in a well-planned vigilante attack.
A post mortem examination of a newly born baby, whose body was found on a beach on Saturday morning, has determined that no foul play was involved in its death.
The wider community of Balbriggan are ready to support the mother of a newly born baby discovered on a North County Dublin beach.
Gardaí investigating the alleged rape of a woman in Ballsbridge have interviewed a number of witnesses who saw the woman in a "distressed state" after the incident.
A man being questioned by gardaí about the death of an elderly woman, struck by a teleporter on a farm earlier this year, was well known to her.
An Irish businessman who is serving a jail sentence in Switzerland after being convicted of embezzlement, remains under investigation here by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE).
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has admitted that the Government has no contingency plans for policing the Border in the event of a hard Brexit.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has blamed the courts for delays meaning women could die before their cancer diagnosis cases are heard.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has admitted that the Government is not making any contingency plans for policing the Border in the event of a hard Brexit.
Serious staff gaps at all levels of the Defence Forces, particularly in middle management, has resulted in burnout and low morale, senior army officers have been told.
The Criminal Assets Bureau has dealt a serious financial blow to a gang suspected of being heavily involved in theft and fraud.
The Defence Forces have deployed a team of specialists to west Africa to help train troops from other countries in countering improvised explosive devices and mine awareness.
Gardaí have been given tough new powers to track down money hidden overseas and suspected of being either laundered or used to finance terrorist groups.
Gardai say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a female private, who was found in her room at an Army barracks.
The Inspector of Prisons, Patricia Gilheaney, is to investigate claims that unofficial covert surveillance was carried out in the nation's prisons by a private detective agency.
A high security jail unit will be open from next week with the ultimate aim of dramatically reducing the number of seriously violent attacks in the nation's prisons.
The Garda authorities will seek legal advice on the options open to them to pursue disgraced press officer Supt Dave Taylor following his retirement from the force.
Victims rights groups have demanded answers from a Garda internal review about how Eoin Berkley (25) was released despite his facing a rape investigation and the knowledge he was flouting bail conditions.
The appointment of former Garda commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan to a key managerial post at the United Nations will give a big boost to Ireland's bid to secure a seat on the ruling Security Council.
A senior official from the Department of Justice is to probe allegations of a serious breach of discipline by the suspended head of the human resources section in the Garda force, John Barrett.
A new battalion of peacekeepers heading to Lebanon will include the biggest ever deployment of female troops to a single mission.
THE head of the human resources section in An Garda Síochána, John Barrett has been suspended by Commissioner Drew Harris.
THE Criminal Assets Bureau has seized cash and goods worth in excess of €50,000 from a convicted drugs trafficker, suspected of being linked to the Kinahan crime cartel.
A man suspected of being a major drug trafficker operating on both sides of the Border has been arrested by officers from the Criminal Assets Bureau.
Disgraced former Garda press officer Supt Dave Taylor is retiring early from the force.
A team from the Garda's elite Emergency Response Unit (ERU) has taken part in the most comprehensive counter-terror exercise in decades.
A stolen Toyota Land Cruiser and parts of many similar vehicles have been recovered in a joint operation involving the Garda and the PSNI along the Border.
Disgraced former garda press officer, Supt Dave Taylor is retiring early from the force.
The Government is investing more than €66m in armoured vehicles to enhance the protection of Irish peacekeepers overseas.
The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) has seized €150,000 in cash during a search operation, prompted by a Garda investigation focusing on fraudulent claims worth more than €3.5m under the drug- refund scheme.
Troops have called for a ban on work practices which force bomb disposal teams to return to duty immediately after completing a 24-hour shift.
Military personnel have demanded an urgent investigation into the circumstances which have created a two-week delay in the return home of 119 Irish peacekeeping troops from Syria.
The Chief of Staff of the Defence Forces has denied there is a crisis as a result of poor pay rates and falling numbers - but he admits being confronted by "myriad" challenges.
Members of the Defence Forces are being paid less than the national minimum wage unless they work additional hours.
Crime has risen in nine out of 14 categories with significant increases recorded in robberies and sex offences.
The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) is targeting 160 suspected crime figures in west Dublin.
The Criminal Assets Bureau has frozen almost €150,000 in bank accounts and seized high end vehicles, watches and designer handbags in targeted raids against suspected members of a drug trafficking gang.
The Defence Forces are struggling to cope with a manpower crisis as the numbers leaving the military almost match those coming in.
It has been a busy first three weeks for new Garda Commissioner Drew Harris.
Gardaí have reacted angrily to moves to cut overtime - just as farmers affected by rural crime said it was a "war zone out there".
A farmer who was badly injured when thugs rammed a gate with their truck while he was trying to shut it is living in fear that his attackers will return.
Common sense seems to have been the driving force behind the Commission on the Future of Policing as it finalised its blueprint for the development of the Garda force over the next five years.
The proposal to create a new co-ordinator to oversee security and intelligence here will be closely studied by directors of state security services across Europe.
A new system which stamps homeowners' Eircodes on to their possessions has resulted in a dramatic drop in burglaries and thefts in areas where it has been piloted by gardaí.
Asylum seekers are being left homeless on the streets because official accommodation centres cannot cope with the numbers applying for shelter.
Farmers have been advised to mark their property in a bid to make it more difficult for rural crime gangs to dispose of stolen goods.