A local TD has called for community-based CCTV to be rolled out in local villages such as Blackrock and Knockbridge to help tackle the crime wave affecting rural communities. Local
The latest crime figures from the Central Statistics Office have shown a significant reduction in burglaries and theft in the Northern Garda Region. Commenting on the figures, local Fine Gael
Fianna Fáil General Election candidate for Louth Cllr Declan Breathnach says recent proposals unveiled by his party will help tackle growing rates of crime in Louth and other border counties.
More than seven out of 10 of the most serious crimes against property are going unsolved in Dundalk. New figures from the CSO and An Garda Síochána have revealed that
Gardaí investigating dissident republican activity have found suspected bomb parts and ammunition in north Louth. It follows searches of a dwelling and lands at Jenkinstown on Monday. A police spokesperson said:
Fianna Fáil TD for Louth Seamus Kirk has hit out at Fine Gael and Labour for allowing Garda numbers in the county to fall significantly during their time in Government.
Fianna Fáil General Election candidate Declan Breathnach has hit out at the Government for the rise in urban and rural crime in the last few years. He says their cynical
Local motorists have been warned about a crime syndicate who are using blockers to prevent people from locking their cars before taking items from their vehicles. The latest incident occurred
Local Fianna Fáil TD Seamus Kirk has called for extra Garda resources following increases in a number of serious crimes in the county. The latest CSO crime figures reveal substantial
Local businessman Stephen Egan was recently confirmed as Fianna Fáil’s second candidate in the Dundalk South constituency for the forthcoming local elections. The Blackrock man, who runs Panama Coffee in
Local TD Gerry Adams has expressed concern at the the decrease in Garda numbers in Louth in recent years. Figures published by Talk of the Town yesterday show that the
Sinn Féin president and local TD Gerry Adams met with Superintendent Gerry Curley at Dundalk Garda Station last Friday, along with councillors Jim Loughran and Edel Corrigan. Many issues were