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Terrified tenants seek housing transfers to escape inner city gun violence as gardai numbers drop by 100

27th April, 2016
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Irish Times reports that Luas drivers have been warned that they face a ten per cent pay cut if they continue with strike action.

- The number of gardai in the division where four of the six Kinahan gang murders have taken place has dropped by about 100 officers in the last five years according to members of the area's joint policing committee.

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