Liam Byrne's cash calls; sulky racing's gangland figures; and Kinahan mob molls
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Drug dealer Liam Byrne is trying to shore up funds from his new bolthole in Dubai by making threatening phone calls while on the run from the UK's National Crime Agency.
Ireland's underground sulky racing scene is dominated by people with serious criminal connections, but thousands of fans religiously follow the dozens of illegal road races every month.
The gangsters' molls of the Kinahan mafia are packing up their designer suitcases and are headed for home as their dream lives come crashing down in spectacular fashion.
This is the exclusive residential building in Dubai where the Kinahans rented a luxury apartment with an upfront €46,600 payment.
UFC star Conor McGregor has offered a €50,000 reward for information on a firebomb attack on his Dublin pub.
garda probe | ‘Shock’ after body of woman (30s) found in house in Co Roscommon
'very sad time' | Tributes paid to Ava Barry, daughter of campaigner Vera Twomey, who has died age 13
'hurtful' | Holly Willoughby accuses Phillip Schofield of lying to her about ITV affair
Violence | Fears Tallaght feud could explode after child’s grave smashed and set on fire
breaking | Woman cyclist (20s) killed in incident involving car in North Dublin
serious allegations | Man (26) accused of burning and punching heavily pregnant partner
healy stylish | Una Healy turns heads in daring outfit on red carpet after tell-all throuple interview
HORROR SHOOTING | PSNI believe they are ‘on cusp’ of breaking John Caldwell shooting case
derailed | Olympics boxer Steven Donnelly admits ‘drunken’ assault of two men on train
denials | ITV says Phillip Schofield denied ‘rumours of a relationship’ with male colleague