John Gilligan: believed to have met his estranged wife Geraldine who still lives in a house on the Jessbrook estate

Gang leader and convicted drug dealer John Gilligan has returned to his former estate Jessbrook as the Criminal Assets Bureau attempts to sell the pro(...)

 Eugene Corcoran, head of the Criminal Assets Bureau,  has insisted a fresh legal challenge by convicted criminal John Gilligan to the sale of Jessbrook Equestrian Centre and adjoining lands has “no legal basis”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The head of the Criminal Assets Bureau has insisted a fresh legal challenge by convicted criminal John Gilligan to the sale of Jessbrook Equestrian Ce(...)

The Dublin Squares conference focused on Dublin’s five Georgian Squares. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Wealthy families should repopulate the Georgian mansions of the south inner city, a Dublin Civic Trust conference has heard. Falling house prices mea(...)

The Taxi business is often a much broader representation of an economy - and a city’s culture - than the simple task of driving someone from A to B mi(...)

A member of the Northern Regional Response Unit stands guard at the site of a diesel laundry plant in Drumacon, Castleblaney, Co Monaghan. Photograph: Ciara Wilkinson

Illegal fuel laundering is a “war that is not being fought” by State agencies, leaving Border communities vulnerable to the crime gangs which feed off(...)

 Jim Kennedy: had denied giving Mr Dunlop £25,000 in 1991 to bribe councillors to vote in favour of rezoning land at Carrickmines

The Criminal Assets Bureau action against businessman Jim Kennedy is to proceed despite the criminal case against him having failed and the findings i(...)

An order freezing €293,000 in a company’s bank account granted after the Criminal Assets Bureau claimed the company was involved with others in a m(...)

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) has secured orders freezing about STG £120,000 (€140,000) in a woman’s bank account in Wexford after a judge accep(...)

Hundreds of offcials and garda personnel were involved in this morning’s searches in an investigation into the illegal fuel trade.

In the largest co-ordinated search of its kind in the history of the State, the gardai, PSNI and customs officers from both sides of the border(...)

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