articles about crime
A Galway farmer has today being convicted of a breach to the Water Pollution Act which resulted in numerous fish deaths.
This unbelievable story occurred in Castlederg on the Tyrone/Donegal Border where the cattle dealer was threatened with death.
An ICSA survey, undertaken in conjunction with Waterford Institute of Technology, indicates that two thirds of Irish farming families have been affected by crime relating to their farming enterprise.
A farmer is on trail after being accused of shooting a man he suspected was trying to rob his diesel in the foot.
Drugged, drunk and cruel: Sheep shearers in Australia found guilty of horrible animal cruelty in industry changing case
Four men have pleaded guilty to over 60 counts of animal cruelty in Western Victoria in what's been described as an industry changing case.
Editor John Connell shares his thoughts on the murder of Paddy Lyons in Waterford.
A man in his 20s has been arrested in relation to the murder of 90 year old farmer Paddy Lyons.
The raid was carried out in Armagh and Monaghan.
Now ewe see me now you don’t.
A strange case of road rage was before the courts in recent days where a farmer attacked and badly injured a 71 year old pensioner.
A land and forestry scam has taken investors from as far away as Greece for a ride.