Dublin Business School  on Aungier Street, South Great George’s Street, was bought by SW3 Capital for €10 million

The London-based SW3 Capital has added two more Dublin office investments to its portfolio. It has bought Dublin Business School (DBS) on Aungier Str(...)

Most LGBT people won’t have to come out on radio like Minister for Health Leo Varadkar, but there is still pressure involved in the process.  File photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Most gay people won’t have to come out on national radio as Minister for Health Leo Varadkar did on Sunday. The Minister’s coming out was different, b(...)

Agents Bannon are guiding €4 million for 49 Lower O’Connell Street.

Another retail building in Dublin’s O’Connell Street going on the market today is likely to be bought by an Irish investor anxious to avail of the cap(...)

Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst meets Ciara Maguire, Mary Joyce, Elaine Clements and Deborah Donohoe outside the Dylan Hotel in Dublin last night. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

About 40,000 people are taking to the streets for the Dublin Pride parade today, an annual event marked by colour and costumes but one which has nev(...)

The Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon, Dublin 16

The Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon, Dublin 16, which was sold during the property boom in 2006 for over €8 million, has changed hands again for(...)

Two fully glazed stand-alone restaurants on high-profile sites along the river Liffey campshires at North Wall Qu(...)

Ger Rowe (centre), youth worker BeLonGTo, with the Ladybirds group. Back row: Eileen, Donna, Alison and Stacy Lee. Front: Rachel and Sarah. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Sarah was just 12 and a half years old and still in sixth class in primary school when she “came out” to her mother, Mandy.“I was really scared. I don(...)

Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon in Dublin 16

The successful Woodstown Village Centre at Knocklyon, Dublin 16, which was sold during the property boom in 2006 for more than €8 million, is back on (...)