articles about rural-crime
Members of the farming community are continuing to count the losses.
Three men have been arrested after a sheep was found badly injured in the boot of a car.
The news feeds have been flooded as of late with stories of drugs busts galore, does this mean we are in the middle of a drugs epidemic?
With the recent increased number of rural crimes across the country, we examine to see if there is anything being done or that could be done to counteract it.
A Kerry man has appeared in court, charged with the murder of a neighbour using a teleporter.
A farmer is on trail after being accused of shooting a man he suspected was trying to rob his diesel in the foot.
Editor John Connell shares his thoughts on the murder of Paddy Lyons in Waterford.
A murder investigation has now been launched into the death of a 90 year old Waterford farmer.
The raid was carried out in Armagh and Monaghan.
Tom Jordan writes on a novel approach to tackle the rural crime epidemic: rural guards.