A man has been arrested after a seizure of ammunition in Dublin last night.
Gardaí have arrested two men today as part of Operation Mombasa.
A Romanian man and woman have been arrested at Dublin airport following a joint intelligence operation.
The drugs were found with the assistance of detector dog Blue when Revenue officers stopped and searched the luggage of a 28-year-old man from Northern Ireland.
The child was rushed to Temple Street Children's University Hospital where he passed away this evening.
The illegal drugs were hidden in electrical equipment which had originated in the UK.
Two loaded firearms and a quarter of a million euro worth of drugs have been seized in Dublin.
A German hypnotist has been spared a spell in jail for groping an air hostess at Dublin Airport while he was waiting for a connecting flight to New York.
A trucker told gardaí it was an accident after he was charged with dangerous driving causing death in connection with a fatal collision between a heavy goods vehicle and a pedestrian in Dublin.
The 21-year-old pedestrian was taken to Beaumont Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
21-year-old Gerard Whyte from Ballymun died in the collision.
Officers are still in the process of talking to witnesses in a bid to establish the circumstances of the incident, in which a man in his 20s died.
Gardaí believe that a man shot dead in north Dublin this afternoon is an Iranian national and suspected hitman for a major organised crime gang.
The Garda Commissioner has praised three gardaí who responded to reports of shots being fired in Dublin's Ballymun yesterday evening.
Garda Commissioner Drew Harris praised the gardaí and said they showed “great bravery” in ensuring the safety of the public in Ballymun.
Gardaí are investigating the robbery of a taxi man in Santry in Dublin.
Drugs worth €90,000 have been seized by gardaí following the search of a home in Dublin.
Half a kilogramme of amphetamine and 12 kilogrammes of cannabis were found during searches of two properties in Dublin today.
Frontline gardaí are calling for an independent survey of stress levels, claiming management is “failing” staff in relation to mental health.
Here are all the latest headlines this lunchtime.
An investigation has been launched following the death of a detective at Ballymun Garda Station, in Dublin yesterday evening.
A young man has been arrested by gardaí investigating a robbery in Donabate, Co Dublin.
An 18-year-old Dublin youth charged with firearms offences following a shooting incident in which a garda was injured has been refused bail..
The widow of hero garda Tony Golden, who was shot dead two years ago while trying to protect a woman from her abusive partner, has accepted a medal for bravery on his behalf.
Investigations are continuing into a major drug seizure in Dublin yesterday.
Latest: A 29-year-old man is to appear before Dublin District Court this afternoon charged in connection with an armed robbery in Ballymun yesterday.
Gardaí have issued an appeal for witnesses to a serious overnight road accident in Dublin.
A man in his 30s arrested in connection with the murders of Antoinette Corbally and Clinton Shannon was tonight released without charge.
Gardaí in Ballymun have issued an appeal for information on the two cars used by the gunmen who shot dead an innocent mother-of-six and a young locksmith there last week.
Mother of six, Antoinette Corbally, whose brother Mickey was murdered in January 2014, was one of two victims of yesterday’s daylight shooting in Ballymun.
A man is being questioned after staff foiled an attempted robbery in Dublin yesterday.
LATEST: Superintendent Finbarr Murphy from Ballymun Garda Station made has made appeal and appeal for witnesses to a shooting at a Topaz station on Clonshaugh Road, Dublin today.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested following the seizure of drugs worth €140,000 in Dublin.
Gardaí in Dublin have seized more than €6,000 worth of cocaine, heroin and tablets in a house search.
A man has died after he was knocked down by a lorry in Dublin this evening.
A man has been arrested after a woman was threatened in her home with a knife recently.
Patrick Hutch Jnr, who has been charged with the murder of David Byrne at the Regency Hotel, in Dublin, could face a non-jury trial in the Special Criminal Court.
Two men have been arrested in the investigation into the murder at a Dublin hotel which exacerbated a longstanding gangland feud in the city.
Dublin District Court has been told that since former Anglo chief executive David Drumm went to America in 2009 he “engaged in a careful and considered and perfectly lawful attempt to ensure that this day never came”.
Gardaí believe they have made a major breakthrough in the investigation into the Regency Hotel murder of gang boss David Byrne.
Two men have been arrested after gardaí seized drugs, with an estimated value of €460,000, in Dublin today.
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