Long-term interest in Ireland: Luke Comer in the kitchen of the new Hersil Wood development in Knocklyon, Dublin 16. Photograph: Cyril Byrne 5:02

Luke Comer is only half an hour late, which is good going by all accounts. The developer, who with his brother Brian, has built a £2.5 billion prop(...)

Galway developer Luke Comer has purchased Courtown Demesne, a classic Georgian mansion on 400 acres of prime development land in Kildare for a sum (...)

The Kilternan Hotel & Country Club in south Dublin,  on which €171.5 million from Irish Nationwide was spent before the collapse of the property market. Photograph: Eric Luke

The partially built Kilternan Hotel & Country Club in south Dublin is to be completed and operated by the Comer Group after being acquired at a kn(...)

The unfinished Kilternan Hotel and Golf Resort at the foothills of Dublin mountains. photograph: eric luke

Nama has finally moved to sell the Kilternan Hotel and Country Club in south Dublin despite fears it could(...)

“When I look back over the years and think about bands like Little Green Cars, Kodeline (above) and the Script, who are all doing so well, it’s great to think we had them before anyone else,” said BalconyTV co-founder Stephen O’Regan. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

BalconyTV, an online music channel featuring artists playing on balconies around the world, has been sold to the Orchard, a Ne(...)

The Morrison Hotel in Dublin reopened last February after refurbishment and was managed by Martinez Holding. Photograph: Morrison Hotel

Elena Baturina, the wealthy Russian investor who owns the Morrison Hotel in Dublin, has sacked Marti(...)

Carly (8) and Gracie (4) Fagan, from Portlaoise, whose sister Lucy is affected by autism, pictured with Keith Duffy at the 2013 launch of the Blue Nose fundraising campaign. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Actor and musician Keith Duffy has been awarded National Philanthropist of the Year for his work with Irish Autism Action (IAA). The former Boyzone me(...)

The Dublin pubs market is ripe for attack from well-capitalised new entrants such as Wetherspoon and Greene King.
Whose round is it, anyway?

The recent news that the British pub chain JD Wetherspoon has entered the Dublin market has sparked a rather predictable outcry from supposed defender(...)

The former Hibernian United Services Club on St Stephen's Green, Dublin

The global insurance company XL Group has moved its Dublin-based insurance and reinsurance teams, as well as its corporate staff, into the refurbished(...)

When Canada’s Great-West agreed to buy Irish Life for €1.3 billion, it probably wasn’t thinking too closely about the small and imperfectly for(...)