Ballyfermot

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Gardaí raided the house in Dublin following a tip-off.

Gardaí have arrested two people and recovered a gun in a raid tackling organised crime in the Dublin area. The Garda National Drugs and Organised Cr(...)

Stephen O’Rourke, who is originally from Ballyfermot in Dublin, and now lives in Cologne

Working Abroad Q&A: Stephen O’Rourke, who is originally from Ballyfermot in Dublin, now lives in Cologne where he works at a biotech company and p(...)

The Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional a law requiring that a mandatory five year minimum sentence be imposed on some persons convicted under a section of the Firearms Act.

The Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional a law requiring that a mandatory five year minimum sentence be imposed on some persons convicted under(...)

Dean Howe was accused of conspiring with others to murder Gary  Hanley at a location within the State between September 15th and November 6th, 2017.

A fifth man has been charged with conspiracy to murder a Dublin man. Dean Howe was remanded in custody on Wednesday after he was accused of conspirac(...)

Two males aged 33 years and 20 years were arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking.

Gardaí have seized cocaine and herbal cannabis valued at €715,000 after stopping two suspects in vehicles in west Dublin. The men driving the cars ha(...)

Local-election candidate: Lekha Menon Margassery, who is running as an Independent in Cork city. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Can Irish politics become as diverse as Irish society?  In 2016 Uruemu Adejinmi got in touch with a local Longford general election candida(...)

Peadar Tóibín, leader of Aontú

The leader of Ireland’s newest political party and former Sinn Féin TD Peadar Tóibín has said immigration into the country needs to be managed at a su(...)

Laura Mulvey, whose daughter attends Scoil an Duinnínigh, in Co Dublin, is frustrated by unclear answers about the divestment process. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Outside the gates of Catholic national schools in the affluent suburbs of Malahide and Portmarnock this week, there was only one topic of conversation(...)

Kate McLoughlin  in her butcher shop in Ballyfermot, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Kate McLoughlin and Sarah Madden are unusual in the Irish food scene: they are business owners and butchers who happen to be women. McLoughlin now ru(...)

Tony Walsh could only have got away with abusing children for so long because of a deferential attitude in society. File photograph: Collins Courts

Eighty years ago the psychologist Henry Murray included deference in his list of instinctive human needs. That drive to find someone to look up to see(...)

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