Man charged in connection with cannabis factory found in Belfast

A 22-year-old man has been charged in connection with the discovery of a cannabis factory in Belfast yesterday.

The plants which were found in the Castlereagh area are worth in the region of £600,000.

He is expected to appear at Ards Magistrates Court tomorrow morning.

A 53-year-old man arrested in the Antrim area yesterday on suspicion of conspiracy to produce Class B drugs and possession of Class A drugs has been released on bail.

More in this Section

Inquest into death of man who saved daughter's life is adjourned

Man in court in connection with van that crashed through pensioner's kitchen wall

Black Widow Catherine Nevin dies aged 67

HSE confirms measles outbreak in Limerick, plus linked case in Dublin


Today's Stories

Bessborough mother and baby home: Delay in seeking details of burials

Department of Justice ‘critically conflicted’ over relationship with An Garda Síochána

TD’s office vandalised as signs removed

Figures show that Leo’s health kick is inspiring TDs to get in shape

Lifestyle

The biggest cancer killer will take your breath away

Hopefully she had an idea...

Power of the press: Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks discuss 'The Post'

More From The Irish Examiner