Mayobridge

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In relation to the 39 migrants found dead in Essex, in October, Eamon Harrison from Mayobridge, Co Down,   and his alleged coconspirators “knew they were in the trailer”, it was claimed in the High Court.

One of the lorry drivers involved in a suspected conspiracy to traffic human beings into the UK was allegedly being paid up to €1,000 per trafficked p(...)

The High Court was told on Thursday that the Crown Prosecution Service had made a “global statement” that the exact cause and place of death of the 39 migrants was unknown. But it seemed “at least some” of the deceased were still alive upon entry into UK territorial waters.

Recordings found on mobile phones belonging to 39 migrants found dead in a refrigerated trailer in Essex in October, suggest “at least some” of them (...)

The lorry which towed the trailer in which 39 bodies were discovered in Essex, sparking an international murder investigation. Photograph: Getty

Police in Vietnam have arrested eight people in relation to the discovery of 39 bodies in a truck near London last week, state media said on Monday. (...)

Ronan Hughes (40) and his brother Christopher (34), from Armagh, whom British police said were crucial to their inquiries. Photograph: HO/Essex Police/AFP via Getty

Police in Essex now believe all 39 migrants found dead in the back of a lorry in the UK last week were from Vietnam. “We believe the victims are Viet(...)

Detective Patrick Flood said he had concerns that if Mr Harrison was granted bail he would fail to appear at the next court appearance. Photograph: Collins Courts

A 23-year-old man has appeared in court after he was arrested by gardaí at Dublin Port on Saturday. Eamon Harrison, with an address in Mayobridge, Co(...)

Danni Barry, winner of the Restaurants Association of Ireland  best chef in Ireland 2017 title

Danni Barry, the only female chef in Ireland to have a Michelin star, has been named Best Chef 2017 at the Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) awa(...)

 Wreckage of the helicopter which crashed in Gillingham, Norfolk, on March 14th, killing all four occupants, of whom one was Declan Small.  Photograph: Jason Bye

News of Declan Small’s death last Thursday evening “brought devastating shock” to his family, friends and his local community, Fr Charlie Byrne(...)