Alison O'Connor joins the canvass.
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.
Gardaí fear a vicious gang will continue to kill the remaining members of a rival outfit after a second person was shot dead outside a west Dublin shopping centre.
A Range Rover worth an estimated €140,000 was one of 21 vehicles seized in a massive operation targeting organised crime and the bogus motor trade.
Gardaí are hoping that forensic tests and CCTV footage will provide crucial evidence in their investigation into the shocking murder of Neil Reilly in west Dublin on Wednesday.
Sinn Féin has criticised the Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald for canvassing with a Garda escort in Clondalkin area of the Dublin Mid-West constituency.
Gardaí probing back-to-back gangland murders fear further violence after it emerged that one of Ireland’s top crime bosses is the godfather to a child of the latest victim.
Detectives investigating Dublin’s latest gangland style murder are trawling through evidence in a bid to find a motive.
A man believed to be in his early 20s has been shot dead in an overnight gun attack in west Dublin.
A 20-year-old victim of a gun attack in west Dublin on Thursday night might not walk again.
Some €115m will be invested in up to 20 new primary care centres.
The Minister for Health, Dr James Reilly, has announced that his department plans to recruit more than 270 new staff to work in Primary Care.
Senior drug workers have praised gardaí in seizing 15kg of heroin in the largest haul of the drug in almost four years.
The development of the Liffey Valley shopping centre at Quarryvale in west Dublin is one of the most controversial in the county’s history.
A PARISH priest yesterday spoke of the devastation caused to a family following the brutal murder of a young man in west Dublin.
FORMER Dublin county councillor John O’Halloran has denied that a £5,000 payment he received from Owen O’Callaghan was reward for his support of the property developer’s Quarryvale project.
PROPERTY developer Owen O’Callaghan paid for a Sinn Féin-led protest by south Dublin residents who picketed Dublin County Council offices in support of the Quarryvale project, the Mahon Planning Tribunal heard yesterday.
LIAM Lawlor and retired property developer Tom Gilmartin have accused each other of wanting to “line their own pockets” through their involvement in property developments in Dublin in the late 1980s.
DISGRACED former Fianna Fáil TD Liam Lawlor yesterday derided the allegations made by Tom Gilmartin as “false, outrageous and unsubstantiated”.
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