Mayo coroner Patrick O'Connor has linked the mental-health crisis among Irish youth with rising drug use, particularly in rural areas. Due to the importance of social media and public appearance yo ...Read More
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Eoghan | Jan. 21, 2020, 1:53 p.m.
With the closure of nearly 140 rural Garda Stations since 2012 it is no surprise that there has been a sharp increase in the number of rural crimes committed over the same years. Many rural dwellers now live in a state of constant fear and anxiety as a result of feeling under siege due to lack of
pac16 | Jan. 9, 2020, 11:33 a.m.
With advancement in CCTV capabilities this can aid policing and help tackle roaming criminal gangs, particularly those targeting rural areas.</p> <p>The Data Commissioner is due to examine the suitability of CCTV schemes including the introduction of automatic number plate recognition systems. T
pac16 | Jan. 9, 2020, 11:32 a.m.
Since the year 2012 government budget cuts has resulted in the closure of 139 Garda stations around the country. On top of this a large number of stations are opening for a reduced number of hours per week. This has had a devastating impact on Irish rural life. More and more people in isolated ar
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Missing person Terry ByrneGardaí in Ashbourne Garda Station are investigating the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of forty five year old Terry Byrne who is missing from his home in Dunboyne since Thursday 6th February 2020. It is believed Terry left his home between 1am and 7am on Friday. His mobile phone was last activated at 6.02am, when it is believed the battery died. A number of extensive searches have been carried out in Dunboyne and surrounding areas with the assistance of the Civil Defence, Garda Air Support, Garda Sub Aqua unit and the Coast Guard. CCTV has been canvassed and HSE checks with ambulance services and hospitals have been carried out. Airport and ferry ports have been on alert. Terry’s passport is at home. There has been no transactions on Terry’s bank account. Terry’s family and An Garda Síochána are extremely concerned for his safety and well-being. Terry’s brother Paul was in studio to make the appeal. Gardaí at Ashbourne Garda Station are investigating Telephone: (01) 801 0600
Date missing: Feb. 6, 2020More Details
When last seen Gerard was wearing glasses, blue sports cap, black regatta jacket with a hood, green chino trousers, casual navy Adidas flat trainers with a white sole and white stripes on the Side.
Date missing: May 25, 2019More Details
Jon Jonsson has been reported as missing since the 9th of February 2019. He was holidaying in Ireland from Iceland and was last seen at a hotel in Swords, Co Dublin. He is described as 6ft3, 13st7, with short brown hair. When last seen wearing a black jacket, blue t-shirt, black jeans and dark runners. There are serious concerns for his welfare. Any information to the Gardaí at Ballymun 01 6664400.
Date missing: Feb. 9, 2019More Details
Date of birth - 30th September 1972. Patrick was last seen wearing Blue Denim Jeans and a Light Blue Polo Shirt and driving a Silver Volkswagon Jetta
Date missing: Feb. 1, 2018More Details