New boss for Finglas gang; Liam Byrne flees home; and Leo Varadkar heckled
Here are today's top five stories on sundayworld.com
Here are the top stories from across sundayworld.com this evening:
A young mobster has already been appointed to take the place of the year's first gangland murder victim James Whelan as tensions on the capital's northside remain on a knife edge this weekend.
Drug boss Liam Byrne has fled his Birmingham bolthole after his brother-in-law Thomas 'Bomber' Kavanagh received a 21-year jail term for his role at the top of the Kinahan mafia.
Creepy Pearse Crudden who often masturbated in view of the shocked drivers can finally be 'exposed' after a reporting restriction lapsed.
A video has emerged of a man heckling Leo Varadkar from a car in Dublin city centre.
A man convicted of dragging his sister out of her car and assaulting her in a property dispute has vowed to appeal, saying: "I was totally in the right … I know that."
TAG TEAM | Sex worker and pimp boyfriend who threatened to expose her ‘clients’ are jailed
TRAGIC LOSS | Cancer campaigner Trina Cleary (38) passes away after signing off with social post
CRIME TO CALL IT | ‘I’m quitting life of crime’, says prolific offender with almost 300 convictions
All Heart | Conor McGregor donates €10,000 to Heart Centre at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital
Fan-tastic | Sex And The City stars pay tribute to the hit show on its 25th anniversary
'absolute joke' | Driving instructor who told woman ‘who’s your daddy’ 15 times among complaints to RSA
taking the rap | Man ‘not the criminal mastermind’ in €4k cocaine haul, court hears
Unison Festival | Free summer music festival in Balbriggan and Blanchardstown announced with amazing line-up
'HUMBLED' | Family grateful for ‘incredible’ help finding 93-year-old dad who went missing
LIV Row | ‘My own country thought it was acceptable to lock up unmarried mothers as late as 1996’ – Padraig Harrington