Gail Kilroy , Monkstown, Co. Dublin  with her favourite Louis Vuitton bag.   Photograph: Eric Luke

(...) horizon. Bucket bags are the new season’s trend and duffel bags are everywhere. But if I had to be(...)

Barrels of Hennessy 250 maturing in the cellars in Cognac. Photograph: Matthew J Oliver
Roll out the cognac barrels
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(...) 250, a new cognac created to celebrate 250 years in business for the spirits house founded Irishman(...)

‘The magic potion of low interest rates may help the Government deal with its two key political problems on the banking front, as well as stoking demand for its stakes in Permanent TSB and later AIB.’ Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

(...) and exit from the euro, financial market interest rates continue to head lower. During the week the(...)

Babette Smith’s publisher is not the first to notice the market potential of her title. The Luck of(...)

Applegreen has 98 forecourts in the State, including 12 dealers and eight motorway stations

(...).The timing of an IPO will ultimately depend on market conditions and the board of the company has yet to(...)

‘Flight of the Quetzal’ by Michael Flatley is estimated at €40,000-€50,000

(...) hopes to tap into the potentially lucrative market of Irish art buyers in London who may also be(...)

(...) “promises to cause a sensation on the global art market”. It last changed hands in 1997 – also at Christie(...)

Citroen Ireland claims that you would have to cover 136,000km to break even on buying a diesel.

(...) which Citroen was this week keen to make as it launched new petrol-engined versions of the C4 hatchback(...)

The winemaker Laurent Bonfils and Nichols Wilmott from Galway Hooker

Bordeaux. The Languedoc produces huge quantities of very cheap wine, but Bonfils has never tried to compete(...)

Germany’s Dax, down 1.9 percent, underperformed the wider market, after a recent sharp rally and as the euro gained against the dollar. Photograph: Reuters/Pawel Kopczynski

(...) zone government borrowing costs, including Ireland’s, fell to new lows. US stocks were slightly lower(...)