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CAB seizes luxury watches in raid on 'flashy' €1m home

The CAB is probing whether the house, which is worth over €1m, was bought with the proceeds of crime.

A search operation was carried out at the luxury property in Saggart, which officers suspect was bought by an organised crime gang with links to the Kinahan cartel.


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Captain O'Connor returns

Former All-Star Chris Barrett and Michael Plunkett are included in defence while skipper Diarmuid O'Connor, who missed their cakewalk win in New York with a facial injury, is restored at wing-forward.

The trio missing out are Colm Boyle, James McCormack and James Carr.

For ...

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2010 saga 'knocked the stuffing out of Louth for two years' - Fitz

You can see why.

Nowadays, Fitzpatrick is perhaps best known as an Independent TD for his native county. Nine years ago, though, he was front- and back-page news as the manager of a Louth team cruelly robbed of a first Leinster SFC title since 1957.

"I honestly thought he was Dick ...

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No hint of hype as fans stay away in droves
If Dublin's quest to become the first team in either code to achieve the mythical five-in-a-row is to be derailed by the associated hysteria, it's unlikely to be blown off course in Portlaoise tomorrow. ...
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'Lots of kids are worried' - Flossie and Lucille set for protest

Flossie Donnelly (12) and her friend Lucille O'Mahony, from Dun Laoghaire, are to mark the day with a demonstration against plastic pollution outside county council buildings at 1pm.

The two student activists have left school early every Friday this year to demonstrate for climate action ...

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Suspect cash-for-crash scam organiser quizzed after gardai raid house

The 43-year-old suspect was released without charge after being questioned at Balbriggan Garda Station following arrest at his north Co Dublin home.

He was quizzed specifically about providing false information in an affidavit in which it is alleged he swore he had never made a previous ...

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UEFA send finance man in to probe FAI

Czech native Josef Koller, UEFA's Finance Director, will be dispatched by the European body to FAI HQ to oversee the financial strategy. UEFA official Noel Mooney had already been sent on secondment to the FAI to assist in their recovery plan.

UEFA have pledged backing to the tune of ...

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Greater pace in attack to drive Dubs forward
You blink and the championship has commenced all over again. Maybe it's the helter-skelter of modern life or maybe it's a sign of moving on in age, but it seems like just a short while ago that Stephen Cluxton was lifting the Sam Maguire! ...
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Warriors need to go whole Hogg in order to beat the Blues

The frightening speed and change of direction are enough to send a shiver of fear through the best defences.

It has been that way through the whole of his career.

The Scotland full-back has precious few medals in his pocket, none from the international arena and just a PRO12 League ...

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The shower, the sink and the wardrobe

The four-bedroom house in Inchicore was advertised on a Facebook group and there are currently nine people living there.

As Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy continues to be hit by a backlash over his comments about the development of co-living blocks - saying young people should be "excited" ...

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'Low-level dealing now enough to get you killed', warns top garda after double killing

Mr Leahy was speaking after the murder of two 22-year-old men - Sean Little and Jordan Davis - in the capital within 17 hours of each other.

"We are really appealing to the young people who are out there at the moment, not only in our city of Dublin but across the country, please do not ...

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'I hope Luca will be a star'

And he insists there is only room in the Ireland camp for players who are desperate to play and will not duck out due to a niggle.

One of Coleman's tasks as Ireland captain at their training camp in Portugal this week was to welcome the latest call-up to the senior panel, Bolton player ...

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Conan shines on Leinster's darker days

The number eight has put all the pieces of the game together, not on a run when Leinster are steam-rolling all those in their path, which would make his role easier, but on one during which the team is struggling to get by.

The fact is Jonathan Sexton, Garry Ringrose and Sean O'Brien have ...

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'King Ratt' mobster pal convicted of GBH over scissors attack horror
A gangland criminal who was once a key member of the Brian Rattigan gang has been cleared of rape and attempted murder but found guilty of two counts of grievous bodily harm following a trial in England. ...
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TD in swing-fall claim sent back hotel's €600 cheque

In court papers, lawyers for the Fine Gael politician revealed she returned a €600 cheque given to her by the Dean Hotel in Dublin.

Despite rejecting the offer, a claim for hospital and dental costs has been included in the Dun Laoghaire TD's personal injuries action against the ...

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Gardai fear 'Mr Flashy' revenge hit as mob boss mourns shot pal

The 22-year-old was shot dead in a suspected gangland double cross on Tuesday night - just 17 hours before his close friend Jordan Davis (22) was gunned down.

Davis was shot in Darndale on Wednesday afternoon as he wheeled his four-month-old baby in a buggy.

He had posted an online ...

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Lord Mayor spends more than €500 entertaining regulars from his local pub

The money was spent on food and drink when they visited the Mansion House.

Cllr Nial Ring said they were constituents who had supported him for many years and were among the first he invited to his official residence after becoming Lord Mayor in July.

The Independent councillor has ...

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Jonny: No 33 is now first among equals

Tomorrow's trip to Portlaoise represents the start of an era-defining summer for football's flagship champions.

Yet the first pit-stop in the Drive for Five has generated zero expectation of a shock. For that you can blame Dublin's provincial vice-grip; Louth are but the latest placed in ...

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'Boy A was choking Ana as he took off her clothes', Gardai told

Boy B told gardai that he saw Ana lying on the floor in the abandoned house and Boy A "was on top of her, choking her".

Boy B also said Boy A started to take off Ana's clothes, and he "sprinted" away when Boy A looked up and saw him standing in the doorway.

Ana had started to cry, ...

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Man accused of €55,000 jewel theft must stay out of Dublin 2

Anthony Dolan (39) is alleged to have been identified from CCTV footage in which "he made no effort to cover his face".

Judge Ann Ryan granted him bail under strict conditions, including a ban on entering the Dublin 2 area.

Mr Dolan, of Summerhill in the north inner city, is accused ...

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Bay Hill to treat students at Tipp

Cases could be made for many, including Gordon Elliott's recent Ballinrboe winner Acronym and the light weighted Sam King for Ted Walsh but BAY HILL (6.45, Tipperary) can take the honours here.

The eight-year-old was a somewhat unlucky loser at the Punchestown Festival when finishing third ...

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