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Dublin: 16 °C Saturday 21 September, 2019

#Dublin Port

A BODY OF a man was pulled out of the water at Dublin Port this afternoon.

Gardaí confirmed to TheJournal.ie that the body was discovered at about noon today at one of the ferry docks.

No identification has been made as Gardaí await dental records for confirmation. It is feared that the remains are those of missing DCU 19-year-old student Paul Bunbury.

Paul has been missing since the beginning of February. He was last seen in The O2 area of the docklands in north Dublin city.

From TheJournal.ie Man given six-year sentence for garlic tax scam Garlic Tax

Man given six-year sentence for garlic tax scam

Food producer Paul Begley, 46, had evaded taxes on imported garlic by describing them as apples.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin Port to welcome cruise ships as part of 'masterplan' 30 Year Plan

Dublin Port to welcome cruise ships as part of 'masterplan'

The plan announced today by Minister Leo Varadkar will see over €600 million pumped into Ireland’s largest port over the next 30 years.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Selling State assets risks damaging our future for short-term gain Opinion

Column: Selling State assets risks damaging our future for short-term gain

The Government is considering selling key State companies, writes Donal Palcic – but are the returns worth it for what we will lose?

From TheJournal.ie Government urged to protect Coillte amid more talk of State asset sell-off State Assets

Government urged to protect Coillte amid more talk of State asset sell-off

The government’s share in Aer Lingus, the forestry agency Coillte, Dublin Port, and Bord Gáis are all under consideration for being sold off.

From TheJournal.ie Firearms, ammunition and drugs seized at Dublin port Seizure

Firearms, ammunition and drugs seized at Dublin port

Three firearms – two of them loaded – and 1.5kg of cannabis were seized by customs officers at Dublin Port this afternoon.

From TheJournal.ie Revenue seize nine million cigarettes described as 'sports socks' Smuggling

Revenue seize nine million cigarettes described as 'sports socks'

The seizure, with an estimated street value of nearly €4 million, was made at a premises in Co Monaghan over the weekend.

From TheJournal.ie Stena Line 'to lay off all but seven workers' in Ireland Layoffs

Stena Line 'to lay off all but seven workers' in Ireland

The ferry company has identified 39 of its 46 staff at Dun Laoghaire for redundancy, according to union Siptu.

From TheJournal.ie Sniffer dog makes €1million cannabis find at Dublin Port Drugs

Sniffer dog makes €1million cannabis find at Dublin Port

The drug was concealed in food tins inside a shipping container.

OFFICERS FROM REVENUE’S customs service have seized cannabis with an estimated street value of €40,000 at Dublin Port today. The 4kg haul was seized from a van disembarking a ferry from Holyhead, and followed a routine profiling operation. The drugs were hidden in the van’s engine compartment and in a spare tyre. A man in his 40s was arrested.

From TheJournal.ie One man arrested over 277kg cannabis seizure Drugs

One man arrested over 277kg cannabis seizure

The drugs, with a street value of around €1.6m, were seized from a truck stopped on the M9 and brought back to Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie Eight million cigarettes worth over €3 million seized at Dublin Port Cigarette Seizure

Eight million cigarettes worth over €3 million seized at Dublin Port

The seizure was made yesterday morning at Dublin Port by officers from the Revenue Commissioners.

From TheJournal.ie Over 400,000 cigarettes seized at Dublin Port Cigarettes

Over 400,000 cigarettes seized at Dublin Port

Customs officials from the Revenue Commissioners have seized around 77.5 million cigarettes so far this year.

From TheJournal.ie €1 million worth of drugs seized in Dublin Port Drug Seizure

€1 million worth of drugs seized in Dublin Port

The drugs were seized by the Revenue’s customs service earlier today.

From TheJournal.ie Freight business to be boosted by Dublin Port rail spur Industry

Freight business to be boosted by Dublin Port rail spur

Rail-based freight will be more attracted to Dublin Port according to the Minister for Transport.

From TheJournal.ie Customs seize over six million smuggled cigarettes Customs

Customs seize over six million smuggled cigarettes

Three men being questioned over the seizure of €2.7m worth of cigarettes in Co Louth.

From TheJournal.ie Cannabis worth €1 million seized at Dublin Port Seized

Cannabis worth €1 million seized at Dublin Port

The drugs were hidden in a consignment of chocolate and sweets from Holland.

From TheJournal.ie 4.1 million contraband cigarettes seized at Dublin Port Contraband

4.1 million contraband cigarettes seized at Dublin Port

Customs officers seize another batch of illegally imported cigarettes, which came from China through Holland.

From TheJournal.ie Eight million cigarettes seized in cross-border operation Customs

Eight million cigarettes seized in cross-border operation

Two men are arrested in Co Armagh as cigarettes with an estimated retail value of €3.5m are seized from a warehouse.

From TheJournal.ie Two arrested following Dublin herbal cannabis seizure Drugs

Two arrested following Dublin herbal cannabis seizure

Two British men in their 30s are taken into Garda custody after the seizure of 60kg of drugs at a premises in Drumcondra.

From TheJournal.ie Locals to be consulted on big plans for Dublin Port Dublin Port

Locals to be consulted on big plans for Dublin Port

Public asked for help in devising a ‘masterplan’ for the redevelopment of Ireland’s most important port.

From Business ETC 60 Dublin jobs at risk over DFDS route closure Jobs

60 Dublin jobs at risk over DFDS route closure

As many as 200 jobs could be lost a DFDS, with 60 of those at risk based in Dublin.