Videos are being promoted by campaign groups and private citizens determined to show the less savoury and infrequently seen aspects of a modern eviction, which is often accompanied by anguish on the part of those evicted and tussles between sheriffs’ agents and protesters. 0:31

Campaign groups are increasingly posting videos of evictions, and attempted evictions, on social media to show the “reality” of modern evictions. Two (...)

Eircom customers are experiencing a disruption to some telephone, internet and support services due to a technical issue in the company’s “core telephony network”.

Eircom said it would investigate the cause of significant disruption to its customers after finally restoring services on Wednesday night. The glitch(...)

The body of the man, aged in his mid-30s to early 40s, was found to the rear of the house at Station Road, Clondalkin at about 9.30pm on Monday night. Photograph: Google Street View

Gardaí are investigating whether the body of a man found in a garden in Clondalkin was that of a homeless man who fell from the roof of a boarded-up p(...)

Kildare County sheriff Eithne Coughlan had arrived at the home of Ian and Geraldine Fitzgibbon at Kerdiff Park, Naas on foot of an order for possession which had been granted to ACC Bank. Photograph: Aidan Crawley.

The eviction of a Co Kildare family was stopped at the last minute yesterday Tuesday when the High Court granted a stay on the proceedings. Kildare C(...)

Gardaí will use a range of technologies including laser hand-held speed detection devices, safety camera vans and in-car speed detection systems in a 24 hour initiative to reduce speeding on national primary and secondary roads. Photograph: The Irish Times

Gardaí began a national intensive speed enforcement operation at 7am on Friday, aimed at reducing speed-related crashes. “National Slow Down day” runs(...)

Greystones: boats from Holyhead will race over arriving at the harbour on Saturday evening. Photograph: Eric Luke

Greystones Harbour will play host to the second largest sailing event in Ireland this weekend. Greystones Sailing Club and the new harbour marina ar(...)

Gardaí will begin a 24-hour speed enforcement campaign from 7am on Friday. Photograph: The Irish Times

Town and city speed limit zones are the worst for speeding offences, new figures show. According to gardaí, nearly half of all speeding offences take (...)

Gardaí have confirmed  complaints of a wave of damage to vehicles in the Walkinstown and Crumlin areas. A  superintendent is  investigating claims money has been demanded  to ensure cars are not damaged overnight. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Allegations that youths are demanding “protection money” from motorists and have broken car windscreens and wing mirrors in south Dublin are being inv(...)

Adrian Hopkins admitted four previous shipments of arms from Libya for the IRA. He skipped bail in France but was arrested in Ireland in 1990 and in 1991 was sentenced to eight years in prison, five of which were suspended.

The daughter of the skipper of a ship that smuggled IRA arms from Libya to Ireland in the 1980s described him as “an adventurer and a risk-taker” at (...)

The food processor Arrow Group has topped the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ranking for numbers of odour complaints in 2014. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The food processor Arrow Group has topped the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ranking for numbers of odour complaints in 2014. Arrow Group,(...)