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Mayo Intercultural Action joins Turn Off the Red Light campaign

Mayo Intercultural Action is joining the Turn Off the Red Light campaign to end exploitation, abuse and trafficking by targeting the buyers of sex.

What was the point of the Moriarty Tribunal anyway?

A motion calling on Independent TD Michael Lowry to voluntarily resign his membership of Dáil Éireann has been passed without a vote. However, the obstinate North Tipperary TD has said he will continue to serve his constituents. He remains adamant that he is not a criminal, despite the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal.

Ballina houses raided

Up to 70 gardaí and members of the Armed Response Unit and the Criminal Assets Bureau raided houses in Ballina on Thursday morning.

Strong support for Mullingar youth café

There was unanimous support in the Mullingar Town Council chamber this week for the establishment of a youth cafe in the town, with councillors agreeing to do all they could to assist in setting it up.

Nine gang suspects still being questioned

Nine men, arrested as a result of a major operation against drug and organised crime, are still being detained and questioned by gardai this morning.

Riot man fined for threat to kill

A Mullingar man who threatened officers from the Criminal Assets Bureau that he would use a gun on them and then shoot himself, has been fined €2,000.

Time to bring the Criminal Assets Bureau into banking scandal says Grealish

The Criminal Assets Bureau must be brought in to investigate the latest revelations and “dubious and questionable practices” within the Irish banking system.

Any Anglo-Irish Bank wrongdoers must meet ‘full rigour of the law’

The current investigation into Anglo Irish Bank by the Garda fraud bureau is a “necessary step” and if any wrongdoing is discovered, the perpetrators “should be pursued with the full rigour of the law”.

Man charged with threatening CAB

Charges of threatening officers from the Criminal Assets Bureau were put to Christy ‘Ditsy’ Nevin when he appeared at Mullingar District Court with more than 60 others in relation to the Dalton Park riot last July.

Kilkenny-native Dunlop will give State evidence against dodgy politicians

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KILKENNY native and former Government Press secretary, lobbyist and Kilkenny native Frank Dunlop is set to give State evidence if corrupt politicians come before the court.

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