1916 centenary commemorations: Capt Peter Kelleher of the 27th Infantry Battalion of the Irish Defence Forces  prepares to read the Proclamation of the Irish Republic at the GPO, O’Connell Street, Easter Sunday, 2016. File photograph: Maxwells

An original copy of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic thought to have hung in the GPO during Easter week 1916 has sold at auction for €150,000. (...)

The Cottage in Loughmore, Co Tipperary, winner of The Irish Times “Best cafe/teashop in Ireland” award in 2014.

It’s time to dust off your classic car and take it out of winter hibernation. Organisers of Jumpstart – which attracts Volkswagen enthusiasts – have (...)

One of the estimated 25 original copies of the Proclamation still in private hands, this is for auction with an estimate of €100,000-€150,000

The last of the 2016 history auctions will take place in Dublin next Saturday, April 23rd. It is the eve of the centenary of the Easter Rising, which (...)

The Clayton Hotel, Galway. Dalata launched the Clayton brand across 13 properties in Ireland and the UK last year.

Dalata, the country’s biggest hotel group and the owner of the Maldron and Clayton brands, says it will add a further “4,000 or 5,000” rooms to its to(...)

Cathal Brugha Street College: includes art deco style building fronting on to Cathal Brugha Street, Marlborough Street and Thomas Lane, and a connected 1990s building opening on to Marlborough Street.

Another landmark building in Dublin city centre, Cathal Brugha Street College, is to be offered for sale a week after the adjoining Gresham Hotel was(...)

Colombia Three member Jim Monaghan. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

A night of “celebration and remembrance” has been held for veteran Republican Jim Monaghan, one of the “Colombia Three”. Mary Lou McDonal(...)

The Gresham  could sell for considerably more than its previous valuation of €48 million

  The group that owns the landmark Gresham Hotel on O’Connell Street in Dublin reported an operating profit of €3.4 million last year, up (...)

The former Findlater House office block on O’Connell Street is being converted into a 198-bedroom Holiday Inn Express hotel. It was bought in 2013 for €6.2m by the London-based Seraphine Hotel Group. The 1970s building was previously sold to developer Garret Kelleher in 2005 for more than €30m. Anglo Irish Bank provided funding, and the loan was subsequently transferred to Nama. Eircom occupied the block for many years. photograph: aidan crawley

It’s shaping up to be a record year for tourism, as the Central Statistics Office released visitor numbers for the first nine months showing an increa(...)

More than 400 staff, including direct employees of Clerys and those working for concession holders at the store, lost their jobs. Photograph: The Irish Times

A new plan for Dublin’s O’Connell Street, which will govern the future use and redevelopment of properties including the former Clerys department stor(...)

At the Dalata EGM in the Clyde Hotel, Dublin, were (from left) Sean McKeon, company secretary and chief financial officer; John Hennessy, non-executive chairman and Pat McCann, chief executive. Photograph: Maxwells

Irish listed hotel group Dalata has received shareholder approval to raise €160 million in gross proceeds from the issuance of new shares. The move is(...)