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The €53.6 million  value of the Bitcoin  is the biggest case in the Cab’s 25-year history, but is out of the bureau’s reach.

A drug dealer who amassed a €55 million fortune in the cryptocurrency bitcoin has lost the codes to access the accounts after hiding them with his fis(...)

When Clifton Collins was arrested he was growing a crop of cannabis every 16 weeks in Galway,  which he eventually sold for about €28,000. Photograph: iStock

When Clifton Collins pulled his Lexus 4x4 into a forest road near Sally Gap in the early hours one Tuesday morning, three years ago, his world was abo(...)

Paul Bell of Siptu. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A planned strike by home helps in Dublin scheduled to take place on Friday has been called off. However, stoppages in a number of other State-funded (...)

Fórse general secretary Kevin Callinan: ‘Section 39 workers were forced to organise and to threaten action to get a hearing. Modest progress was recorded. A process was agreed. Again the government failed to deliver last year.’ Photograph: Laura Hutton

Staff in nearly a dozen State-funded organisations providing health and social services are to go on strike on Friday of next week, February 21st, in (...)

A file photograph of Martin ’the Viper’ Foley. Photograph: Collins.

The Dublin criminal Martin Foley, known as ‘the Viper’ must pay €738,449 in tax, interest and penalties after losing a Supreme Court appeal against a (...)

Réiltín Reid (4) with her sister Dearbhla Reid (7). Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ciara and Pat Reid are parents to Dearbhla, who is seven, and Rèiltín, who is four. Rèiltín has Down’s syndrome and is profoundly deaf. She (...)

Lily Burke with a photograph of herself as child.

At the age of 20 months, Lily Burke was a healthy toddler, full of energy. So her mum Jess grew concerned when Lily developed a high temperature. They(...)

 Fianna Fáil election candidate  Catherine Ardagh is pictured with  her five week old twins Seán and Darragh Óg and Christabelle Feeney in Crumlin, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The timing of the general election could hardly be less favourable for Fianna Fáil’s Dublin South Central candidate Catherine Ardagh. The Senator gav(...)

World Health Organisation  health emergencies programme head Michael Ryan and director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: not recommending further limiting of trade and movement of people. Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini

The World Health Organisation has declared the coronavirus outbreak that started in China a public health emergency “of international concern”. The d(...)

 Vigil for Conor, Darragh and  Carla McGinley on Wednesday night at their home in Parson’s Court, Newcastle, Co Dublin.  Photograph: Tom Honan

The mother of the three McGinley children has been charged in connection with their deaths in Newcastle, South Dublin. Deirdre Morley was arrested on(...)

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