Dundalk man presents himself to gardaí with cannabis and asks to be charged in order to challenge law
A local campaigner who has had both his eyes removed due to glaucoma has handed himself into gardaí with a quantity of herbal cannabis in a protest designed to challenge
Lordship Credit Union worker to sue employers over “trauma and shock” suffered following Garda Adrian Donohoe’s murder
A member of staff at Lordship Credit Union is suing her employers over the shock and trauma she has suffered in the wake of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe’s murder at
As the first anniversary of his murder approaches this weekend, there are numerous reports in today’s paper about Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe. The Herald claims today that a suspect for
Two further rewards have been offered by strangers anxious to see the return of Stephen Carroll’s two watches to his family. A Co Meath businessman and watch collector and a
The Dundalk hitman that Gardaí believe was behind the murder of Michael Devoy in Tallaght at the weekend is believed to have been paid €20,000 to carry out the killing.
John Teeling has backed the $16 billion acquisition of Beam, the parent of his old business Cooley Distillery, by Japanese drinks giant Suntory Holdings. Mr Teeling said the takeover would
Local rail commuters could face massive disruption shortly after Transport Minister Leo Varadkar warned of “inevitable strike action” at Irish Rail within weeks. Commenting in today’s Irish Independent, Minister Varadkar
Louth boss Aidan O’Rourke has been one of the most vocal in his criticism of the black card since its introduction was announced and he voiced his concerns about it
A report in today’s Irish Daily Mirror has revealed how lives are being put at risk in the North East due to the ambulance service here being crippled by cuts.
Blackrock has received plenty of photographic coverage in recent days due to the stormy weather but the village has even made the front page of a national paper today. A