Northern Bank robbery
Northern Bank robbery
MINISTERS were plunged into disarray over the pensions settlement of Sir Fred Goodwin yesterday, as lawyers warned that a legal challenge by the government was likely to fail.
A BANK official charged with the £26.5 million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast made last-minute changes to a rota of staff who had a key to the vault, to put himself on duty on the day, a court heard yesterday.
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POLICE chiefs were last night accused of running a botched investigation into the £26.5 million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast after charges against two suspects were dropped.
POLICE investigating the £26.
Ulster: Police have arrested a man on suspicion of making threats to kill Catholic students at a college in the east of Belfast.
AN EMPLOYEE accused of taking part in the £26.5 million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast allegedly manipulated a work rota so the raid could be carried out, the city's magistrates court heard yesterday.
Belfast: Two Northern Bank employees are still being held by police investigating a £26.5 million robbery in Belfast.
A MEMBER of staff held hostage during a multi-million-pound bank robbery in Northern Ireland last year was questioned yesterday about the raid by police.
POLICE in Northern Ireland today arrested two people in connection with the robbery of £26.5 million from a Belfast bank last December.
A THIRD man has been charged in connection with the £26.5 million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast last December.
A SECOND man was charged last night by police investigating the £26.5 million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast.
A MAN was last night charged with taking part in the £26.5 million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast.
A THIRD man was last night being questioned by detectives investigating the £26.5 million Northern Bank robbery in Belfast.
A MAJOR security operation was under way in Northern Ireland today as £240 million worth of notes from the Northern Bank were replaced.
A MAJOR security operation is being planned across Northern Ireland to ensure next week’s replacement of £240 million worth of notes from the Northern Bank goes smoothly.
SINN Fein is facing financial penalties of up to £600,000 for its suspected involvement in the £26.5 million Northern Ireland bank robbery, the Northern Ireland Secretary said yesterday.
POLICE in Ireland investigating IRA funding have seized more cash in raids on suspected money-laundering operations, it was reported yesterday.
FORENSIC officers were testing money found in Belfast and Dublin today to see if it is linked to Britain’s largest-ever bank robbery.
A SENIOR Bank of Scotland figure was among those caught up last night in the unfolding IRA money-laundering investigation sweeping across the Irish Republic.
DETECTIVES were continuing to question two Sinn Fein members today as part of an investigation into possible IRA links to a major money laundering operation.