A Range Rover seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau on Tuesday. Photograph: Garda Press Office

A man in his 40s who gardaí believe has been running a significant drug dealing operation in the mid-west for years was arrested on Tuesday during a C(...)

Simon Coveney defended the expenditure “in the context of increased diplomatic activity at European and international level brought about by Brexit preparations”. Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Government officials ran up taxi bills totalling more than €750,000 last year, with one Government department spending almost €1,000 a day on fares. (...)

CAB said the property is decorated to a high standard, has bulletproof glass in the front door and windows and a sophisticated CCTV system.

The High Court has ruled a total sum of €10,700 cash found in a woman’s knee high boot and a man’s jacket during a Garda search of a house in south D(...)

People were promised significant returns on the money they invested in the scheme File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A man who claims he was the victim of a multimillion euro ponzi scheme has been refused the return of money after the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) cla(...)

Jason Boyle, from Finglas, Dublin at the Four Courts  for a High Court action taken by CAB (Criminal Assets Bureau). Photograph: Collins Courts

A house with a jacuzzi, sauna and bulletproof glass windows in Finglas, an apartment in Bulgaria and approximately €72,000 in cash are the proceeds of(...)

Nan Wu received a suspended prison sentence after  pleading guilty to controlling and directing the actions of prostitution. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A woman running massage parlours in Dublin who told gardaí she thought the offering of “manual relief” was legal has received a suspended prison sente(...)

Gardaí and an officer from the National Crime Agency in the UK at a property in the Tamworth area on Saturday. Photograph: National Crime Agency

An Irishman linked to the Kinahan crime cartel has been charged with a firearms offence by British police. Dubliner Thomas Kavanagh (51) is due to ap(...)

At least sometimes, the folk cures had roots in biology or chemistry

Further to the subject of cures, which we were discussing yesterday, Wicklow-born reader Mattie Lennon reminds me that certain Irish families used to (...)

During the raids officers seized sterling and euro notes worth a total of around €10,000, Viagra and evidence of illicit tobacco and alcohol.

A well-known former member of the Provisional IRA has been targeted in a series of raids by the Criminal Assets Bureau. The suspect has been one of (...)

Minister for Justice  Charlie Flanagan: “The reality is that money laundering is a crime that helps serious criminals and terrorists to function, destroying lives in the process.” Photograph: Garrett White/Collins Photo Agency

The Cabinet has approved tougher laws to tackle money laundering, including the use of cryptocurrencies in funding terrorism. The main purpose of the(...)

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