The Dublin Castle event coincides with ‘Ireland: Crossroads of Art and Design, 1690-1840’, a major exhibition under way at the prestigious Art Institute of Chicago

A day-long conference entitled Art in the Country House, presented by the Irish Georgian Society and the Office of Public Works takes place in George’(...)

Tributes have been to Seán Brady following his resignation as Archbishop of Armagh and Catholic Primate of All Ireland Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The IrishTimes

Many tributes have been paid to Cardinal Seán Brady whose resignation as Catholic primate and Archbishop of Armagh has been accepted by Pope Francis, (...)

Accumulated losses fell by €2.96m in the last year of operation as an Irish-owned franchise

Carluccio’s restaurant in Dublin, saw its accumulated losses fall by €2.96 million in the last year of operation as an Irish- owned franchise. Account(...)

A member of Christie’s staff looks at Francis Bacon’s Three Studies of Lucien Freud in London prior to its sale. Photograph: Peter MacDiarmid/Getty Images

Following the art auction results at Christie’s and Sotheby’s can feel like watching the Olympics before the clampdown on illegal drugs. It’s no fun, (...)

Mr Kossoff described the troubled history of the Dawson Street business as one of “enormous frustration”. Photograph Brenda Fitzsimons

Italian restaurant and deli chain Carluccio’s is examining sites for a new restaurant close to Dublin’s Grafton Street and is also keen to open in the(...)

Simon Kossoff identifies few differences between his British and Irish customers, apart from perhaps that we are “more up for a good time”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Before the interview can start, Simon Kossoff wants to make sure he is seated with his back to the wall at a table with a good view of his restaurant (...)

Honan Chapel, Cork

Following last year’s establishment of the Irish Decorative and Fine Arts Society (IDFAS), a Cork branch, the Cork Decorative & Fine Arts Society (...)