Páirc Uí Chaoimh is located on the south side of the River Lee just at the edge of Cork city centre.   File photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The €67 million redevelopment of Páirc Uí­ Chaoimh in Cork city is on course for completion in 2017 following the signing of the demolition contract f(...)

Avoca Court dates from 1990, and is being sold on behalf of a Davy fund at an initial yield of 9.48 per cent

Another Dublin suburban office investment goes for sale today when CBRE seeks a buyer for a well-located block at Temple Road in Blackrock. Fiona Kenn(...)

Low interest rates have spurred a desperate search for yield. This has encouraged investors to buy investment grade, high-yield and emerging market bonds to supplement treasuries and gilts

A growing number of professional investors are warning that bonds are overvalued as fears grow that a fixed income bubble will collapse in a disord(...)

Each Saturday on irishtimes.com/weddings we'll report on couples’ love stories. We'll tell the tales and show the pictures of these fabul(...)

Phoenix Terrace lies perpendicular to Rock Road, almost opposite the Blackrock Clinic, with views of Blackrock Park and Dublin Bay. Built in the 18(...)

Forefather of the information age, George Boole is to be honoured in Cork on Thursday evening with the launch of a book of essays on his life and contribution to mathematics and science

Forefather of the information age, George Boole was honoured in Cork on Wednesday evening with the launch of a book of essays on his life and contribu(...)

Five closure orders were issued by environmental health officers in the HSE in Dublin, Co Cork and Co Roscommon during the month of February.

Five food businesses, including two restaurants in Mitchelstown, Co Cork, a Chinese restaurant in Carrigaline, Co Cork and a Chinese restaurant in Co (...)

Formerly owned by the British embassy, Tudor Lodge is an intriguing mix of formal rooms, where you can easily imagine the Ferrero Rocher circulatin(...)

The research  by financial analyst Karl Deeter, Frank Quinn of the Blackrock Further Education Institute and David Duffy of the Economic and Social Research Institute looked at streets across Dublin city

The most recent property crash was just one in a long line of Irish booms and busts recorded over the last 300 years and not even close to being the w(...)

CCTV footage of Derek Brockwell (53) from Glasgow entering Urban Pharmacy on Belfast’s Dublin Road before he was caught by police on Wednesday night. Photograph: Pacemaker

Derek Brockwell, a Portlaoise Prison inmate who escaped after stabbing two officers during a hospital visit, spent last night in hospital in Belfast. (...)