Triskel Artistic Director  Tony Sheehan: “Cork has remained very vigorous artistically despite the crash... we try to ensure that we occupy a meaningful part of the spectrum.” Photograph: Provision

Adviser to the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism, Director of the Fire Station Artists Studios in(...)

 Road works at College Green have resulted in heavy levels of “builders’ litter”, the survey found. File photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

(...)’s win as “a fitting result for a town which is at the heart of our tourism product”. “It is the(...)

Production crew and sets on Skellig Island as Star Wars Episode VII directed by JJ Abrams begins filming. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Site off the Co Kerry coast next month will be hugely beneficial for tourism in the area, Minister of(...)

Grapes of wrath: since 2012, excise on wine has risen by 62 per cent in Ireland with the tax take from a standard €9 bottle increasing from 39 per cent to 54 per cent. Photograph: EPA

(...) number one threat to the Irish wine industry,” he said, adding that it was also affecting tourism, with(...)

Ash Senyk owner of Run Logic. Photograph: Sara Freund / The Irish Times
Best newcomer: Run Logic

Tourism Australia hooked him for good. The shop’s club culture is what really motivated readers to(...)

Tourism and the price of alcohol

Sir, – It was refreshing to see in “One More Thing: Demon drink tax dominates tourism debate(...)

 Performers at the Galway International Arts Festival. File photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

(...) on the list. Tourism sector The survey is a coup for the tourism sector, which works hard to(...)

Tropical Storm Erika  in the Caribbean. Photograph: NOAA handout/Reuters

(...) away several roads and bridges there. Tourism minister Robert Tonge posted photographs and video on(...)

Niall Hanley: his most recent venture is a beer garden with 366 beers on tap and 144 of them are from North Carolina

(...) craft beer places in the country, if not the world at this stage” and “the amount of money beer tourism(...)

It wasn’t long before talk got around to the drinks industry’s most pressing issue: the apparent need for a budget cut in alcohol excise duty

(...) held to promote tourism, but at times it felt more like a budget pitch for Big Drink. The event brought(...)