Dublin Port

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The Health and Safety Authority  found the safety systems in place on June 22nd 2017 when Mr Breslin died ‘could be improved upon’. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A 61-year-old man died after he became trapped by a container he was directing onto a ferry at Dublin Port. Thomas Breslin from Loughlinstown, Co Du(...)

Dean Gaffney with fellow SIPTU members as they gathered in Dublin Port to hold protest demanding decent wages for seafarers. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Trade unions held a protest at Dublin Port on Friday, to highlight wages paid to seafarers by Irish Ferries. Several unions took part in the demonst(...)

Dublin ‘showing the symptoms of overcapacity’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin is showing signs of overcapacity amid record costs for housing in the capital, a study has found. The Dublin Economic Monitor, funded by Dubli(...)

When the truck Mr Simkus was driving was searched, gardaí and customs officers found quantities of ketamine, MDMA powder and cocaine

A 55-year-old Lithuanian man living in Limerick has been remanded in custody after he appeared in court charged over the seizure of €1.8m worth of dru(...)

Carwyn Jones: “We find that we can’t get a common view from the UK government because no such view exists. I don’t know what the UK’s endgame is.”  Photograph:  Getty Images

Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones fears for the future of Welsh ports if the border remains open after Brexit but customs checks are applied at ports(...)

‘When children are dressing up for Halloween, it is important that parents remember to check costumes and toys for a CE mark’. Photograph: iStock

More than 700 Halloween products , mainly children’s costume toys or props, have recently been seized at Dublin Port over safety concerns. The Compe(...)

Part of the cannabis seized at Dublin Port on Wednesday. Photograph: Revenue

Ccannabis worth an estimated €2.45 million was seized at Dublin Port on Wednesday, Revenue said. The drugs were discovered on Wednesday night in crat(...)

A truck driving through  Dublin Port Tunnel. File photograph: Alan Betson

The northbound bore of the Dublin Port Tunnel closed temporarily after a large oil tanker broke down in the tunnel on Wednesday afternoon. Traffic h(...)