The Government has again been called on to commit to solutions that allow people to safely and legally escape persecution - after another group of migrants was found trying to enter Ireland in a cargo ship.
A booming cocaine trade has driven the value of the European drugs market to at least €30bn annually, according to a major report.
Transport Minister Shane Ross has ruled out free public transport for all to help tackle climate change claiming it would be far too costly.
16 people have been found alive on board a ship on its way to Rosslare Port in Co Wexford.
Transport Minister Shane Ross is to seek a meeting with his British counterpart over the "peculiar" ownership structure of Rosslare Port as soon as new government is formed in Britain.
Britain will control what happens to Rosslare Port after Brexit unless the Government immediately acts, a Fianna Fáil TD has warned.
Ireland is facing into “extreme chaos” this month as Rosslare Europort will not be fully Brexit-ready until January 2021 at the earliest, it can be revealed.
The Government have warned that a no-deal Brexit will be a “fundamental disruptor” to the all-island economy.
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.
Here are all the latest headlines this lunchtime.
It may take more than 18 months to process the asylum applications of 8 people found at Rosslare Port.
The Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Revenue officers have seized 13 puppies, alcohol and thousands of euro in cash in three separate operations.
The Government has admitted there will inevitably be more focus on immigration controls within Ireland, post-Brexit, amid reports screening at ports and airports may be beefed up.
Britain plans to use entry points to the Republic of Ireland as its front line in combating post-Brexit illegal immigration, according to a report.
The discovery of a huge haul of cocaine at Cork Port directly imported from Central America again raises concerns regarding the shipment of massive consignments to Ireland and through Irish waters for the local and British markets.
Cocaine with an estimated street value of €1.75m — which was discovered in a container in Cork — was most likely destined for the Irish market.
Two men remain in hospital this morning after separate rescues off Wicklow and Wexford.
A man has been charged with importing controlled drugs, in connection with the seizure of €1.5m worth of heroin found at Rosslare Port in Co Wexford.
Work on getting rid of the last bottleneck between Dublin and Cork is getting underway.
Stena Line has confirmed that the Stena Europe ferry is back in operation today following a minor incident yesterday evening.
Relatives of the eight people who lost their lives in the Wexford freight container tragedy have been marking the tragedy's 10th anniversary today.
Policy context of asset sales
A raft of state-owned companies face being broken up or sold off under radical plans to raise €5bn and pull Ireland out of the red.
Chambers Ireland’s Transport Users Council has today welcomed the commitment by Government to invest in excess of €12bn in the transport network.
A €10m cannabis seizure made in Rosslare port was hidden under a consignment of potted plants — addressed to a business in Cork, it has been revealed today.
A 42-year-old Dutchman remains in garda custody this morning following a massive cannabis seizure at Rosslare Port yesterday.
Customs officers at Rosslare Port have seized six million contraband cigarettes that were being passed off as a consignment of fruit and vegetables.
Two people are in garda custody in Wexford following a cannabis seizure at Rosslare Port yesterday morning.
Gardaí in Wexford are continuing to question a man and woman in their 20s this morning following a massive cannabis seizure at Rosslare Port yesterday evening.
Ireland has reportedly been identified as a major route for the trafficking of children into the UK.
ROSSLARE Port is being used as a gateway for people trafficking, according to an undercover investigation.
A BBC investigation into child smuggling across Europe has found that Ireland is being used to traffic children into the UK.
A young mother and two of her children have been killed in a road crash in Co Wexford.
Gardaí in Co Wexford have arrested a Latvian man following the discovery of tens of thousands of contraband cigarettes at Rosslare Port.
Salvage crews tonight raised the Rising Sun fishing vessel from the sea bed several miles off the coast of Wexford.
HUNDREDS of ferry passengers heading to France for Christmas were last night forced to take alternative routes through Britain, after Irish Ferries vessel the MV Normandy was detained at Rosslare Port.
Ecstasy with a street value of almost €1.25m was seized at Rosslare Port this afternoon following a tip-off.
Irish Ferries has threatened to take court action against Iarnrod Eireann in connection with a protest that has prevented the MV Normandy from docking in Rosslare.
Customs officials have seized over two million contraband cigarettes smuggled into the country from China, it emerged today.
PROTESTING fishermen last night refused to rule out further blockades of ports next week after an urgent review of the needs of fishing fleets, was announced by Marine Minister Pat “The Cope” Gallagher.
Ferry services have been disrupted at Rosslare Port due to a protest taking place at the port.
THE Port of Waterford has told Transport Minister Martin Cullen it needs seed funding of several million euro from the Government to expand its facilities at Belview and allow it cater for increased business.
Customs officers have seized 4.8 million contraband cigarettes at Rosslare Port in Co Wexford.
Live animal exports have resumed from Rosslare Port following a local family's decision to set up a new ferry service.
Two non-nationals were found in a container on a ferry arriving from France, it emerged today.
A Welsh man with an address in Carlow was charged with trafficking drugs with an estimated street value of €5.9m.
ALMOST €11 million worth of illegal goods have been seized in Rosslare Port so far this year, compared to just €200,000 in 2003, new figures show.
Gardaí in Wexford have arrested a British national in connection with a major cannabis seizure in Rosslare Port yesterday.
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