Cpl Damian Flood, with an address at Scribblestown Avenue, Finglas, pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis herb for sale or supply. He apologised to the court, saying he was “embarrassed” even to be there. “It was a moment of madness,” he said. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

A Dublin Army corporal who told gardaí he bought cannabis to ease the pain of his dying wife will be sentenced later this month.Cpl Damian Flood (39) (...)

Gardaí at the apartment block where a body was found at Wellmount Road, Finglas, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

A 23-year-old woman has been arrested by gardaí over the death of a man following a party in Dublin .She has been detained at Finglas Garda station by(...)

Gardaí outside the apartment block where a body was found in Finglas, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Two men in their 20s remain in custody after they were arrested yesterday by gardaí investigating the suspicious death of a man at an apartment in Fi(...)

“Everything is totally commercial now. The binmen have no leeway whatsoever. I would call this industry merciless.”

Andrew drives a bin lorry for a private refuse company around one of the commuter counties near Dublin. He has no doubt when the tradition of the Chri(...)

The High Court has approved the sale of some of the assets of the country’s second largest Ford dealership in a deal that it is hoped will save the jobs of more than half of the 70 employees.

The High Court has approved the sale of some of the assets of the country’s second largest Ford dealership in a deal that it is hoped will save the jo(...)

The scene of a fatal shooting at Ballycoolin Road in Finglas is to be examined by the Garda Technical Bureau today.  Photograph: Dave Meehan.

Three people have been arrested following the shooting dead of a man in Dublin yesterday. The 41-year-old victim, named locally as Edward O’Connor fro(...)

The army bomb disposal team made safe an improvised explosive device in Finglas, Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

An explosive device made safe by the Defence Forces in Finglas, Dublin this morning has been confirmed as viable. The bomb disposal team(...)