Murders, robberies on the rise
Robbery, extortion and hijacking offences increased by 24.3 per cent in the first three months of 2010, while drug offences decrease by almost a fi...
Workers vow to fight cuts at Quinn
Workers today pledged to fight plans by the joint administrators of Quinn Insurance to make about 800 staff redundant as part of a major downsizing...
Labor to draw up pension legislation
The Labor Party is to draw up legislation to ban the payment of ministerial pensions to serving politicians, RTE reports. Labor leader Eamon Gilmor...
Associates flee pub as crime boss is shot dead
Crime boss Eamon Dunne was abandoned by his close associates as a gangland hit-man fired six bullets into his head and back in a Dublin pub at the ...
PSNI criticized for slow response
Local residents and political representatives are criticizing police today for their slow response to a bomb at a PSNI station in County Armagh tha...
Jordan makes it 60
By Irish Echo Staff Fr. Brian Jordan has made his sixty. The New York-based Franciscan priest notched up his sixtieth marathon Monday when he compl...
Some Newcastle fans still prefer style over substance
By Dave Hannigan It says much about the bizarre nature of professional football that Chris Hughton's fine achievement in leading Newcastle United b...
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