A man with links to the IRA has been shot dead in a pub in Dublin.Read the full story ›
Gang members who have safety fears have been told to come forward and seek protection from the police in the wake of a second shooting in Dublin.
Speaking after a second man was shot in what is believed to have been a 'reprisal attack' Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald urged anyone with fears to speak to the gardai.
She said: "Tonight's fatal shooting in Dublin is another deplorable example of the ruthlessness of gangland criminals. It seems that some gangs are intent on waging a feud where human life counts for nothing.
"The gardai will take all necessary steps to try to prevent further bloodshed but we have to recognise the challenges they face. Members of gangs who have fears for their safety should come forward to the gardai."
A man in his 50s has been shot dead in Dublin, three days after a fatal shooting at a nearby hotel.Read the full story ›
The Continuity IRA has claimed responsibility for a masked shooting at a boxing weigh-in in Dublin and has threatened further attacks on "criminals", according to reports.
One man was killed and two people were injured when attackers burst in to the event at the city's Regency Hotel on Friday, where up to 300 people had gathered.
In a statement to BBC News, a man claiming to speak on behalf of the Continuity IRA said the man who died had been targeted for his alleged involvement in the killing of a leading member of dissident republican group the Real IRA.
The six-man gang that carried out the Dublin attack was said to include one disguised as a woman wearing an "auburn wig", while others wore police costumes.
They opened fire in the hotel's lobby, sending bystanders running for their lives.
Amateur footage of the attack posted to YouTube showed the gunfire breaking out just after a weigh-in for a World Boxing Organisation (WBO) title fight between Jamie Kavanagh and Antonio Jao Bento, due to take place on Saturday.
A manhunt is underway after gunmen dressed in women's clothes and SWAT team uniforms attacked a boxing event in Dublin, leaving a man dead.Read the full story ›
Two other men were taken to hospital with suspected gunshot wounds after the shooting happened at the Regency Hotel at around 2.30pm.Read the full story ›
Flights have now resumed following a fire in a hangar at Dublin Airport earlier.
The airport said that the fire has been brought under control but delays to arrivals and departures were still possible and urged passengers to check with airlines for updates.
There are no reports of injuries.
Flight operations have now resumed following this morning's fire. Please check with your airline for your flight status.
Flights have been suspended as firefighters tackle a fire in a hanger at Dublin Airport.
Services in and out of the airport were suspended after the incident, with officials urging passengers to contact their airline for the most up-to-date information.
"The fire is in a hangar in a restricted area of the airport, which is separate from the passenger facilities," the airport said.
Dubliners have been counting down to the New Year with a procession of light through the Irish capital.
Irish Ferries has cancelled a number of services between Holyhead in North Wales and Dublin.
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