Moneymore

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A house was burned out in Drogheda’s Moneymore during an arson attack. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

A man shot and wounded as part of a worsening gangland feud in Co Louth is a leading figure in one of the two armed gangs involved in the gun violence(...)

Violence in Drogheda: some of the recently affected areas, including a house damaged by a petrol bomb. Photographs: Dara Mac Dónaill and Ciara Wilkinson

On a cold Tuesday afternoon, there is no one out on the streets of Moneymore, one of the estates at the heart of a violent feud that has gripped Drogh(...)

A house damaged in a petrol bomb attack in Loughboy, Drogheda, Co Louth. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Recently, the Garda Síochána appointed an inspector in Drogheda whose main job is to help families facing extortion from drug dealers. It is a measure(...)

Inspired by the gilet jaunes movement in France, people in Belfast also protested over the absence of government at Stormont. Photograph: Amanda Ferguson

Austerity, poor wages and a lack of government at Stormont were among the issues raised at a yellow vest protest in Belfast on Saturday afternoon. In(...)

General view of Termonfeckin, Co Louth. Photograph: Google

There were further petrol bomb attacks on Thursday night as the crime gang feud escalates in Drogheda. Gardaí in Drogheda are investigating a series (...)

A Garda car is seen patrolling in the Moneymore estate in Drogheda, Co Louth. Photograph: James Forde

Halloween is a time when children call upon the homes of neighbours to trick-or-treat. This year the few who did so in the Moneymore estate in Droghed(...)

St Mary’s School water collection point in Drogheda. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

When the attic tanks started to fill with water in the early hours of the morning, people rushed to shower and to put washing on. “You don’t miss it(...)

The two-acre Moneymore nursing home site is being sold by Coopers Development.

CBRE is quoting €2 million for a ready-to-go nursing home site in Drogheda, Co Louth. The two-acre so-called Moneymore nursing home site is being so(...)

Michelle and Barry Rocks at Belfast Coroner’s Court, where an inquest for their stillborn daughter Cara is being held. Photograph: Lesley-Anne McKeown/PA Wire

A catalogue of failures contributed to the stillbirth of a baby girl at a Northern Ireland hospital, a landmark inquest has heard. The Northern Healt(...)

A pensioner was left with a broken jaw after she was mugged as she walked home, a judge was told yesterday. The woman (78) believed the stress of the (...)