Photograph: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/Getty

Although he has lived in London for 20 years, and hasn’t set foot in his homeland for almost as long – “for all sorts of complicated reasons,” he says(...)

Evans, Henry Street: the shop is among the best on the street, with an overall floor area of 965sq m (10,393sq ft) over five levels. photograph: dave meehan

JACK FAGAN Commercial Property Editor A key trading opportunity on Dublin’s Henry Street has come on the market with the decision by the Arcadia Group(...)

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, the outgoing Lord Mayor of Belfast, in Belfast City Hall.  Photograph: Aidan O’Reilly/Pacemaker

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, Lord Mayor of Belfast for one more week, likes to take selfies and post them on his prolific Twitter feed. There are pictures (...)

Dorothy Perkins in the Jervis Centre

Operating losses at the Irish arm of UK retailer Arcadia, which sells the Dorothy Perkins and Burton brands, last year totalled £1.54 million (€1.89 m(...)

Image of the week: Think wood Bosnian pensioner Momir Bojic is seen here driving his wooden Volkswagen Beetle car in Celinac near Banja Luka. Boj(...)

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One Iarnród Éireann source said that it was fortunate that the incident happened in the mid-afternoon as if it had happened anytime after 5pm, the platform would have been much busier with commuters returning home and people could have been seriously hurt or worse.

Commuters had a lucky escape today when a section of the roof collapsed in strong winds at Kent railway station in Cork city resulting in the cancella(...)

Britain’s retailers have generally enjoyed a better year as the economy moved back into growth, though a warm autumn has hampered some clothing chains’ ability to shift winter ranges.

Arcadia, the British retail group owned by the family of billionaire Philip Green, said underlying sales fell 3.7 per cent in the last 10 weeks, affec(...)

Workers at Wallis Grafton Street protesting about levels of redundancy pay as stores in Limerick and Grafton Street are to close. Photograph: Alan Betson

Workers at boutique chain Wallis, owned by British billionaire, Sir Philip Green, are striking in a row over redundancy payments the retailer is offer(...)