Monthly Archives: March 2019
DETECTIVES are appealing for witnesses following a report of an aggravated burglary in north Belfast during the early hours of this morning, Sunday, March 31.
It was reported that at around 1am an unknown male...more
DETECTIVES are appealing for witnesses following an arson attack in east Belfast during the early hours of this morning, Sunday, March 31.
It was reported that at around 12.30 am a mattress had been set on fire in...more
A 21 year old man has been arrested following an attempted robbery at a shop in north Belfast. During the foiled robbery, a male shop member had part of his ear bitten off. Detective Sergeant O'Flaherty said: "At around 7.40 pm on Saturday evening a male entered an off...more
SIX people arrested following searches on Friday by officers from the Paramilitary Crime Task Force probing east Belfast UVF drug dealing are to face a court next month. Two men aged 32 and 40 have been charged with being concerned in the supply of a class A controlled...more
DETECTIVES have arrested two people and seized around £1 million in Class A drugs during a series of searches. Officers from the PSNI’s Organised Crime Branch searched an area of Woodhouse Road, Coalisland and four other premises in the Mid Ulster area on Friday. Along...more
OFFICERS from the Paramilitary Crime Task Force supported by local police have carried out a further seven searches in East and North Belfast, Ards, and Newtownabbey against east Belfast UVF.
They arrested six...more
BY TIM HEDGLEY, GROUP TRAVEL EDITOR AS more people book ferry travel as their preferred mode of transport between Northern Ireland and Britain, the country’s biggest ferry company is giving holiday-makers good reason to choose sea travel. Stena Line experienced a...more
DETECTIVES from the PSNI's Major Investigation probing the savage UVF murder of Ian Ogle two months ago have reported a further two people to the Public Prosecution Offence. A 49 year old man and a 35 year old woman were previously arrested in relation to the...more
THE phenomenal success of Boost Energy Red Berry, which until now has been exclusively available in Northern Ireland, has prompted drinks company Boost to introduce a new bottle format and also launch the drink across the United Kingdom.