Ralph Riegel (2019). Stolen statues missing since 2011 found. Irish Independent. 11 February.
Seán McCárthaigh (2018). Nazi's family sought return of artwork. The Sunday Times. 28 December.
Jess Casey (2018). 'Unique' paintings stolen from Limerick church found `tattered' and `crumbling'. Limerick Leader. 21 December.
Mary Carolan (2018). National Museum 'did not apply proper procedures', court hears. The Irish Times. 20 December.
Eileen Magnier (2018). Life-size bronze statue stolen from beside Yeats cemetery. RTE. 17 December.
Brion Hoban (2018). Garda search found stolen Bantry House painting hanging in Dublin home. The Southern Star. 14 December.
Tim Healy (2018). Suspended museum employee in new legal challenge. Irish Independent. 7 July.
Conor Humphries (2018). Stolen heart of Dublin's patron saint returned intact. Reuters. 26 April.
Michael Parsons (2017). Stolen, found – an Old Master nativity with a colourful past. The Irish Times. 16 December.
Justine McCarthy (2017). Another blow for embattled museum as senior official quits. The Times. 19 November.
John Burns (2017). Stolen art had $350,000 ransom. The Times. 12 November.
Stephen McDermott (2017). Gardai recover iconic Finglas statue stolen during Hurricane Ophelia. Dublin Live. 18 October.
Lorna Siggins (2017). Viking loot plundered: Irish help sought in tracing artefacts. The Irish Times. 13 October.
Robert O'Byrne (2017). The Yeats Collection sale is only the latest sign of Ireland's broken heritage export system. Apollo. 25 September.
Fiona Kelly (2017). Electric Picnic thieves stole art installation by 90 year old nun. Buzz. 6 September.
Al Arabiya (2017). Morocco opens an investigation into the selling of dinosaur fossils on the Internet. Al Arabiya. 6 September.
Irish Independent (2017). 'Granny is very upset' - have you seen this missing much-loved Electric Picnic house?. Irish Independent. 29 July.
T.J. Raphael (2017). The Indiana Jones of the art world may solve history's biggest art heist. PRI. 25 July.
The Journal (2017). Ireland should 'give back its looted and stolen treasures'. The Journal. 22 July.
Cristina Corbin (2017). Investigator 'convinced' $580M of stolen art from Boston museum is hidden in Ireland. Fox News. 12 July.
James Wilson (2017). Irish republicans thought to be hiding $500 million worth of stolen American paintings in Ireland. Irish Central. 29 June.
Ryan Nugent (2017). Illegal metal detectors damage 3,000-year-old wooden road. Irish Independent. 2 June.
National Museum may close exhibition room and restaurant 'to provide anti-terrorist security measures'( )
Catherine Devine (2017). National Museum may close exhibition room and restaurant 'to provide anti-terrorist security measures'. Irish Independent. 8 May.
Steve Cannane (2017). How two Irish students stole a masterpiece worth millions in an act of political protest. ABC Australia. 31 March.
Irishman known as the King of the Travellers loses $20MILLION libel suit against US magazine's piece on his involvement in rhino horn theft( )
John Breslin (2017). Irishman known as the King of the Travellers loses $20MILLION libel suit against US magazine's piece on his involvement in rhino horn theft. The Irish Sun. 22 March.
Nicola Donnelly (2017). Man (52) who damaged Monet painting admits supermarket theft. Irish Independent. 11 March.
Noel Baker (2017). Ancient monuments damaged by modern day life. Irish Examiner. 7 March.
Allison Bray (2017). 'Booze, bullies and perverts' rife at museum. Irish Independent. 10 February.
Andrew Phelan (2017). Art worth €50k must be handed over, court rules. The Herald. 23 January.
Fiona Gartland (2016). Early Christian book shrine caused much soul searching. The Irish Times. 29 December.
Cian Murray (2016). Artist floored by the theft of victorious McGregor print. The Herald. 20 December.
Stolen Conor McGregor painting may have been spotted on a bus, after a man 'showed it to the whole upper deck'( )
Cian Murray (2016). Stolen Conor McGregor painting may have been spotted on a bus, after a man 'showed it to the whole upper deck'. Irish Independent. 19 December.
Jimmy Woulfe David Raleigh (2016). Gardaí seize rare cup made from rhino horn in raid. Irish Examiner. 15 December.
Catherine Devine (2016). 'It's bizarre and appalling' - Vehicles get stuck in well-known historic gate everyday. The Independent. 28 November.
Eoin English (2016). Call for action as Battle of Kinsale tourist signs stolen. Irish Examiner. 6 September.
David Kearns (2016). Artist Kevin Sharkey arrested over alleged art theft. Irish Independent. 31 August.
John Manning (2016). 'Vandals' damaging ancient ring fort. Irish Independent. 6 August.
Former librarian who stole hundreds of rare antique books worth nearly €200,000 from the National Library of Ireland avoids jail( )
Independent (2016). Former librarian who stole hundreds of rare antique books worth nearly €200,000 from the National Library of Ireland avoids jail. Irish Independent. 27 July.
Michael Parsons (2016). Stolen paintings found in Wicklow ditch to be auctioned in London. The Irish Times. 24 June.
Locals fear alcohol fueled vandalism will destroy the last remaining relics of Old Palmerstown Church( )
Claire Scott (2016). Locals fear alcohol fueled vandalism will destroy the last remaining relics of Old Palmerstown Church. Dublin Live. 18 June.
The Journal (2016). Antique dealer jailed after being caught with 57 books stolen from Carton House. The Journal. 17 June.
Sunday World (2016). Man who damaged Monet painting jailed for possession of stolen antique books. Sunday World. 16 June.
BBC News (2016). 'Valuable' artworks found three years after Kiltullagh church theft. BBC News. 12 April.
Mark Wilding (2016). Inside the Ballsy Irish Traveller Gang That Stole Millions of Pounds Worth of Rhino Horn. Vice. 5 April.
Fintan Walsh (2016). Mystery over missing painting in Limerick. Limerick Leader. 22 March.
Patrick O'Connell (2016). Convicted art thief who vandalised Monet painting apologises. Sunday World. 19 March.
BBC News (2016). The man who blew up Nelson. BBC News. 12 March.
Billy O'Riordan (2016). The fall of Nelson's Column 50 years on. Irish Examiner. 7 March.
The Journal (2016). Man on trial for having ancient stolen books in his house. The Journal. 27 January.
Tom Tuite (2016). National Library employee to face trial over theft of 216 books. The Irish Times. 21 January.
Independent Westmeath (2016). Decorative stones stolen from several local graves. Independent Westmeath. 8 January.
Vincent Salafia (2015). National monuments must be protected by clear laws. The Irish Times. 27 October.
Sarah Douglas (2015). Jute Sack Artworks Are at the Center of Simchowitz Lawsuit Against Venice Biennale Artist. ArtNews. 25 August.
AMA (2015). An Taisce files lawsuit against National Gallery of Ireland. Art Media Agency. 10 August.
Michael Parsons (2015). Man cutting hedge finds stolen paintings worth €180,000. The Irish Times. 28 July.
Martin Bailey (2015). Christie's sale of Russborough paintings postponed. The Art Newspaper. 25 June.
Michael Parsons (2015). Questions over authenticity of Russborough painting. The Irish Times. 16 June.
Ed Carty (2015). Ireland 'letting pirates loot shipwreck RMS Lusitania'. Belfast Telegraph. 7 April.
Maeve Sheehan (2014). The moment vandal was caught punching Monet. Irish Independent. 7 December.
Metthew Cooper (2014). Belfast man to face trial over rhino horns theft plot. Belfast Telegraph. 2 December.
Paul Peachy (2014). The 'Rathkeale Rovers': 13 men charged with stealing rhino horns and museum antiquities. The Independent. 6 November.
Shane Phelan (2014). Foreign experts brought in to beef up security at the National Library. Irish Independent. 4 October.