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Gardaí at a premises on the Ratoath Road, Finglas, on Tuesday. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Gardaí have again targeted criminals who were raided earlier in the year when a marmoset monkey was seized by the Garda on animal welfare grounds. On(...)

Gardaí discovered this cash box buried in the ground with €9,000 inside. Photograph: An Garda Síochána

Four men remain in custody on Tuesday morning after gardaí made the arrests in connection with a suspected gangland shooting. The gardaí also discove(...)

Minister for the Environment Richard Bruton announced a delay to the long-awaited ban on bituminous – or ‘smoky’ – coal. Photograph: Tom Honan

An internal report by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reveals that people dwelling in rural towns face concentrations of harmful air polluta(...)

A ban on the fuel was first introduced in Dublin in 1990. Photograph: iStock

The Department of the Environment delayed a smoky coal ban despite being warned a day beforehand that emissions from the fuel regularly cause air qual(...)

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin says he does not want any more ‘show funerals’ in Dublin for those linked to gangland crime. Photograph: The Irish Times/Dara Mac Dónaill

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has ordered funerals for gangland criminals at Catholic churches in the capital be toned down. He said this mor(...)

 Hamid Sanambar was suspected of involvement in a number of gangland shootings over the past 18 months. Photograph: Collins Dublin

Murder victim Hamid Sanambar had repeatedly come to the attention of the Garda and been convicted of several crimes, but the decision to grant him pol(...)

The body of  Hamid Sanambar is removed from the scene of a shooting at Kilbarron Avenue, Coolock. Photograph: Tom Honan

Gardaí anticipate an escalation in gun violence within a wide network of criminals in north Dublin following the murder of Hamid Sanambar on Tuesday. (...)

Hamid Sanambar,  left,  was shot dead yesterday in the front garden of a house on Kilbarron Avenue, Coolock. Photograph: Collins Dublin

Hamid Sanambar came to Ireland in his 30s, having successfully applied for political asylum here. The 42-year-old Iranian national had lived in vario(...)

Garda members  at the scene of a burned-out car at Castletimon Gardens, Coolock, Dublin, following  the shooting dead of Hamid Sanambar.    Photograph:  Gareth Chaney Collins

Concern is mounting in Garda circles over the surge in gun violence linked to a criminal gang in north Dublin suspected of the gun murder of Hamid San(...)

 A body is removed from the scene of the shooting at Kilbarron Avenue,    Coolock, Dublin.  Photograph: Tom Honan

Dublin’s third gangland murder victim in eight days was shot dead when he called to the family home of a man killed last week to sympathise with that (...)

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