Neymar (shirtless) of Brazil and Fred celebnrate after the FIFA World Cup 2014 group A preliminary round match between Cameroon and Brazil. Photograph: Marcelo Sayao/EPA

MONDAY, JUNE 23rd 16.55 What a weekend! Pick your highlight: Costa Rica bidding cal-ciao to England with victory over the Azzurri? Ghana (...)

Eamon Dunphy left  Bill O’Herlihy pale-faced after a four-letter word slip.  Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Day Six and Richard Sadlier’s cheeks were sizzling when Tony O’Donoghue introduced him as “the thinking woman’s Eamon Dunphy”, the implication being, (...)

Chile’s  Alexis Sanchez trains  in Santiago last month. Photograph: Carlos Parra/National Soccer/ Reuters

Manager: Jorge Sampaoli Best finish: Third (1962) World Cup record: P 33, W 11, D 6, L 16 History Chile will have more reason than (...)

Danske Bank, which is winding down its Irish operations, has kicked off the sale process for an estimated €95 million portfolio of residential assets. Photograph: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg

Danske Bank has kicked off the sale process for an estimated €95 million portfolio of residential buy-to-let assets, according to a source clos(...)

Peter Collins, who runs Kennedy Wilson Europe’s Dublin  office, predicts that 2014 will  be the year that retail bounces back

The news that Kennedy Wilson is eyeing a £750 million (€914 million) initial public offering in London puts a bit of much needed context around the US(...)

Mark Clacy-Jones, IPD; Peter Collins, Kennedy Wilson Europe; Colm Lauder, IPD; Pauline Daly, president, Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, at a property seminar in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Kennedy Wilson, the US real estate giant that has invested heavily in Ireland since the crash, has called the bottom of the market here for retail pro(...)

DIT progressed to a Walsh Cup quarter-final against Kilkenny, with a hard-fought extra-time win against Westmeath at Cusack Park, Mullingar, yesterday(...)

An image of the original U2 Tower design. The new proposed building would have 18 storeys, half as many as the original project endorsed by the  rock band.

The National Asset Management Agency is seeking to resurrect a plan to build a residential property in Dublin known as the U2 Tower five years after t(...)

Waterford’s Brian O’Sullivan shoots under pressure from Westmeath’s John Shaw. Photograph: Ken Sutton/Inpho

Waterford had their expected comfortable win in the second round of this year’s All-Ireland senior hurling qualifiers in Cusack Park, Mullingar on Sat(...)

A vision of the  Parnell Square redevelopment

Plans for the redevelopment of Dublin’s Parnell Square and the provision of a cultural quarter there including a new city library and cultural (...)