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Greg Walsh (70), of Woodbrook Crescent, Castleknock, Dublin, arriving  at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A former charity director stole over €1 million from a voluntary organisation and friends and family while acting as a bookkeeper, Dublin Circuit Crim(...)

Two of the three main depositaries for Revenue-sanctioned SAYE schemes are based in England. Photograph: Getty

Share-purchase schemes for thousands of small business employees could fold as a result of Britain’s departure from the European Union. The chief exe(...)

An image of the seized alcohol. Photograph: Revenue

Hundreds of litres of beer, wine and spirits which had been concealed in furniture were seized from a van arriving at Dublin Port on Friday morning. (...)

A parcel of toys in which herbal cannabis was detected at Portlaoise Mail Centre. Photograph: Revenue

Herbal cannabis with a street value of approximately €230,000 has been detected at Portlaoise Mail Centre. The drugs were discovered in three separa(...)

Counterfeit high-end beauty products sold online and in street markets have been found to contain arsenic and lead

Counterfeit high-end beauty products sold online and in street markets have been found to contain arsenic and lead, following tests of confiscated ite(...)

Ancient structure on Inis Mór: the speed and efficiency of the internet must not obscure our  world of real people and places. Photograph: Daragh Muldowney

Many years ago, I was sent off by The Irish Times to spend a week sailing around the Connemara coast and Aran Islands on a newly built Galway hooker, (...)

File image of Dublin Port. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Revenue officers seized 598 litres of alcohol and 6,700 cigarettes at Dublin Port on Monday morning. The goods seized represent a potential loss to (...)

Revenue asks that consumers forward suspicious emails to its webmaster before deleting them. Photograph: Joe St Leger

Consumers should be wary of a scam involving fraudulent emails and texts purporting to come from the Revenue Commissioners, Minister for Communication(...)

Revenue: Half of the organisation’s staff are aged 50 or more and one-third (2,225) are 55 or more.

Nearly half of all Revenue staff are expected to retire over the course of the next decade, new figures show. Over 6,345 people currently work for th(...)

Technology and a growing determination to clamp down on tax evasion means tax authorities worldwide are getting more aggressive in this area and   are more open to the idea of mutual co-operation and better able to deliver on it

Following your article about what foreign tax authorities/institutions share with Irish Revenue, it does seem as if Big Brother is watching us. It al(...)

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