A major drug trafficking outfit recently hit by the Criminal Assets Bureau is suspected of being behind the importation of a massive haul of cocaine intercepted by Garda gang units.
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Ireland is welcoming more British tourists but fewer Americans, latest tourism figures reveal.
FRUIT distribution company Total Produce has reported a strong set of full-year results for 2010 — including an 18% increase in pre-tax profits and a 7% rise in revenue — and has upped its earnings guidance for 2011.
KINGFISHER – the British DIY retail group, which owns B&Q – has expressed confidence in its Irish operations despite the home improvement market shrinking here.
A third man today admitted his role in Ireland’s largest ever drugs seizure.
MORE than 675,000 people from home and abroad lined the streets of Dublin for one of the world’s most colourful St Patrick’s Day parades.
Hundreds of thousands of people will be on the move again today as many return to mainland Europe and beyond after the Christmas break.
Rain from Tropical Storm Ernesto swept across parts of the vulnerable Florida Keys today as residents hurried to fill petrol tanks, gather emergency supplies and board up windows before the main body of the storm strikes.
PROPERTY speculators were yesterday warned against churning or flipping property investments for short-term profit.
AN internal document circulated to British officials ahead of the EU presidency gives a startling insight into what they think of the Irish.
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