Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork: the most valuable asset in the portfolio.

The Dublin-based real estate firm Clarendon Properties headed by Paddy McKillen and Tony Leonard is expected to have a significant shareholding in a (...)

36 Cruises Street in Limerick: purpose-built, two-storey, mid-terrace, brick-clad retail unit

They say sex sells and that could be true in the case of a Limerick shop let on a long lease to a retailer specialising in adult toys and kinky linger(...)

Whitewater shopping centre: top 10 tenants account for over 52 per cent of the income

With the ownership of Dundrum Town Centre now finally settled the stage has been cleared for the sale of Ireland’s largest regional shopping centre, t(...)

Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork

The successful Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork along with strongly performing retail parks in Drogheda and Galway will be sold in a single lot on the i(...)

Easons said issues with a delivery of the much-anticipated ’Go set a watchman’’ means stores across Ireland will not get their shipments until Saturday at the earliest. Photograph: Hannah McKay/PA Wire

Harper Lee fans are being forced to wait a little bit longer for the author’s second novel as problems with a print run appear to have left blank line(...)

  Artist’s impression of Chartered Land’s  redevelopment of the former Carlton Cinema site on O’Connell Street, Dubli.  Photograph: Chartered Land /PA Wire

There is no mistaking how upbeat Jill Tyrrell is about business as she talks about how Murray’s Bar, at the north end of Dublin’s O’Connell Street,(...)

Photographs by T.W Murphy/ Willow Press

Photographs depicting the aftermath of the Easter Rising are being made public for the first time in more than 95 years. The photographs were taken(...)

Flair for fashion: Aine Carlin’s daily uniform comprises jeans, a Breton top and headscarves

‘I am an all-or-nothing person if I decide I want to do something. There is no compromise,” says Derry-born vegan Aine Carlin, who brings flair and(...)

Barrister David Boughton told the Circuit Civil Court that in July 2012, Shauna Kenny had been browsing in an electronic books area at Eason, Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin, when an electronic  frame suddenly fell on her. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A judge has refused a €13,500 settlement offer to a 16-year-old student who was struck on the head when an electronic frame fell off a wall in an Easo(...)

Temple Garner’s scallops  baked in the half shell with mashed potato, creamy crab peperonata, basil and Parmesan on the launch menu for Dine In Dublin

Chefs taking part in the Dine Pavilion, an outdoor kitchen hosting cookery demonstrations outside Clerys on O’Connell Street, will be hoping for good (...)