Kinahan cartel: Liam Byrne heads what the Criminal Assets Bureau calls the “Byrne organised-crime group”

Liam Byrne, a trusted associate of the Kinahan cartel, is among the most powerful figures in Irish organised crime Like a stereotypical London v(...)

Gerry Hutch wearing a disguise at the funeral  for his brother Eddie Hutch in February 2016. Photograph: Reuters

The Kinahan-Hutch feud is being waged between Liam Byrne, Freddie Thompson and Daniel Kinahan on one side and the veteran Dublin criminal Gerry Hutch (...)

David Douglas: shot six times in Dublin in 2016

A 24-year-old man who has been charged with murdering David Douglas in Dublin has been refused bail by the Central Criminal Court. The 55-year-old w(...)

Gardaí examine a van with bullet holes in the windscreen and side window pictured this morning at the scene of the fatal shooting of a man in Glen Easton Park, Leixlip, Co. Kildare last night..Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

The murder of Clive Staunton in a gun attack outside his home this week marked the end of a near year-long lull in the Kinahan-Hutch feud. Staunton ((...)

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris attending his first meeting with the Policing Authority with from left: Pat Leahy, David Sheahan and John Twomey, in Dublin Castle. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

Gardaí will be forced to deal with more public order issues at properties occupied by housing crisis protesters, Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has sa(...)

John Branagan (50), formerly of Rosary Road, Maryland in Dublin 8 died in his sleep at Wheatfield Prison on December 29th, 2013. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A drug dealer was found dead in his prison cell having suffered a heart attack, an inquest has heard.John Branagan (50), formerly of Rosary Road, Mary(...)

Costa del Sol: Dubliners Wayne Lennon (38) and Brian McConville (30) admitted punching, kicking and stabbing London-born builder Paul Feathers at his home. Photograph: PA

Two Irish men have been sentenced to 11 years each in prison after being convicted of killing a British expat at his Costa del Sol home. A jury at a c(...)

Freddie Thompson. Photograph: Collins Courts

Dublin man Freddie Thompson has been fined €200 after he pleaded guilty to unlawfully having a mobile phone in his prison cell.The father-of-one avoid(...)

On conviction, district court can impose  jail term of up to one year and a possible €5,000 fine over phone incident

Freddie Thompson has appeared in court charged with unlawfully having a mobile phone in prison custody. Thompson (34) appeared before Judge Ant(...)