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Kinahan cartel: Liam Byrne heads what the Criminal Assets Bureau calls the “Byrne organised-crime group”

Liam Byrne, a trusted associate of the Kinahan cartel, is among the most powerful figures in Irish organised crime Like a stereotypical London v(...)

Brian Rattigan (38) has been in prison for most of his adult life and pleaded guilty last October to killing 21-year-old Declan Gavin. Photograph: Collins Courts

Dublin criminal Brian Rattigan, who admitted killing his former friend and wrote a letter of apology to his mother asking for forgiveness, has been ja(...)

Brian Rattigan  leaving court in August  2001  after he was found guilty  of the murder of Declan Gavin. Photograph: Collins Courts

A 38-year-old Dubliner in prison for most of his adult life has asked forgiveness from the mother of the man he killed in 2001 ahead of being sentence(...)

Brian Rattigan of Cooley Road, Drimnagh, Dublin, who has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Declan Gavin in 2001. Photograph: Collins Courts

Brian Rattigan has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Declan Gavin and said he is sorry to the victim’s family and anyone else he has hurt. Ratti(...)

Brian Rattigan: accused of the murder of Declan Gavin. Photograph:  Garrett White/Collins Court

Brian Rattigan’s retrial on a charge of murdering a man outside a fast food restaurant in Dublin 17 years ago will take place early next year. Mr Ra(...)

Brian Rattigan leaves  court  in 2009 after he was found guilty  of the murder of Declan Gavin. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Supreme Court has directed a retrial in the case of Brian Rattigan who last year won an appeal against his conviction for the murder of a man in D(...)

Brian Rattigan became the first drug dealer to be found guilty of charges connected to directing the supply of drugs while in prison. File photograph: Collins

Dublin criminal Brian Rattigan has been given a date in June to appeal his conviction for directing the supply of drugs from prison. Rattigan (38), f(...)

Waterstones, 68-69 Patrick Street, Cork, has an annual rent of €770,000, giving an initial yield of 11.36 per cent

A high-profile business premises occupied by Waterstones bookshop at 68-69 Patrick Street in Cork city centre goes on sale from today at €6.25 millio(...)

Camile Thai food chain founder Brody Sweeney.

Brody Sweeney, who founded and then lost control of O’Brien’s sandwich bars, has brought his Camile chain of Thai takeaways and restaurants to Britain(...)

Number 73 is let to Abrakebabra until 2026 at a  rent of €190,000 per year.

With the recent recovery in values on Cork city’s main retail thoroughfare, Patrick Street, Savills agency is confident of finding a buyer for three f(...)

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