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 The ATM theft at Nutts Corner near Crumlin, Co Antrim,  on Tuesday. Photograph: Pacemaker Press

The PSNI has thanked “vigilant members of the public” for their help following the latest ATM theft in the North. On Tuesday night detectives were qu(...)

Traffic has backed up in Kells after gardaí closed John’s Street as part of their investigations. Photograph: Tim O’Brien

Four more ATMs have been stolen in overnight robberies, two of them in Kells, Co Meath and the others in Crumlin, Co Antrim. Seperately, raiders fai(...)

The post attracted a string of comments from Facebook users. “Nothing beats a sugar high,” one wrote. Image: iStock

A disgruntled would-be drug user has left police incredulous after calling to complain that she paid £200 for “brown sugar” instead of cocaine. Offic(...)

Moy Park reported a 7 per cent rise in pretax profit to €19.6 million for the 13 weeks to the end of July

Industry sources believe that Chinese groups New Hope and WH could meet little competition in their reported swoop for poultry processor Moy Park. Me(...)

A photograph of Caroline Baker which can now be published after a judge  lifted a ban on the media showing her photograph. Photograph: Justin Kernoghan/Photopress

A judge in Northern Ireland has lifted a restriction on the media publishing photographs of a woman convicted in a so-called “House of Horrors” sex-sl(...)

Keith Baker (61) who was sentenced to 15 years in jail for the abuse of a now 53-year-old woman with severe learning difficulties over an eight-year period

The North’s Public Prosecution Service is considering appealing the sentence given to a Craigavon, Co Armagh couple who sexually and physically abused(...)

A room in the home of Keith and Caroline Baker. Photograph: PA/PSNI

A married couple who ran a so-called “House of Horrors” in Craigavon, Co Armagh were jailed on Tuesday for years of serious sexual abuse of a vulnerab(...)

Canadian ambassador to Ireland Kevin Vickers wrestles with  protester Brian Murphy (left) during a State ceremony to remember the British soldiers who died during the 1916 Easter Rising at Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Canadian prime minster Justin Trudeau has said he will consider the issue of ambassador Kevin Vickers tackling a protester at a ceremony in Dublin if (...)

The London Supreme Court said on Thursday, ruling on the case of Ameen Jogee and Mohammed Hirsi (pictured), it was not right that someone should be guilty merely because they foresaw that a co-accused might commit a crime Photograph: Leicestershire Police/PA Wire

A London Supreme Court ruling on the issue of joint enterprise could lead to the reopening of several Northern Ireland cases including the murders of (...)

A spokesman said the Health and Safety Authority  would welcome the opportunity to meet with the Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture to discuss farm safety and its strategies for dealing with what was a serious issue.  Photographs: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Health and Safety Authority has agreed to appear before the Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture next Thursday [JAN 29TH]to face questions about it(...)

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