Aviva’s Dublin office. The group has appointed Macquarie to advise it on options for its health insurance business.

UK insurance group Aviva is preparing to sell its Irish health insurance business, which has about 300,000 customers. The company has appointed Macqu(...)

JD Wetherspoon is expected to merge the corner building on Lower Abbey St with a former TSB bank to create new gastropub

A former church on Lower Abbey Street in Dublin’s north inner city, used over the past decade as a rehearsal venue by the Abbey Theatre, was at the c(...)

Customer was told that an 18-month term had been applied

Gerard McCormack has been in touch to complain “about being provided with inaccurate information upon signing up to UPC broadband in October 2014”.(...)

Former Baptist church on Lower Abbey St: the two-storey corner building has an overall floor area of 394 sq m (4,240 sq ft).

A former church on Lower Abbey Street in Dublin’s north inner city which has been mainly used over the past 10 years as a rehearsal centre by the Abbe(...)

This week, an Irish Cancer Society survey revealed that the average monthly cost of cancer to a patient is €862

It’s probably the sense of gratitude that silences many patients. An acute awareness of their luck to live in a time when the word cancer is not neces(...)

The campaign most recalled unprompted from January to June 2015 was Coca-Cola’s ‘Kiss’ campaign, at 73 per cent.

Diageo has emerged as the biggest spender in out-of-home advertising in the first six months of 2015, with a spend of €2.8 million. New figures from O(...)

Leo Varadkar was accused of touting for business for insurers as he encouraged people to take out private health insurance. Photograph: Alan Betson

Barely one in four of the Government’s ambitious promises in health have been fully implemented since 2011, an analysis of the programme for Governmen(...)

John O’Dwyer, chief executive of VHI. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

There was no mistaking John O’Dwyer’s anxiety, during an interview in the Dublin offices of the VHI, to get across his view that the massive State-own(...)

VHI chief executive John O’Dwyer: It is the first time we have had growth in years. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The VHI expects a significant increase in the number of its customers during 2015, the first such increase since the economic downturn a number of ye(...)

Former FBD chief executive Andrew Langford pictured with chairman Michael Berkery.

FBD ha said its plans to meet new solvency rules next year are on track as the Irish insurer struggles to return to profit and Andrew Langford unexpec(...)