Former Olympian Sonia O’Sullivan with her daughter Sophie at Malahide Castle Parkrun in April 2014. Photograph: Tomas Greally
Are a mother’s genes a blessing?
  • Fitness
  • September 26, 2017, 07:00

There are many things we might attribute to our genetics – a fiery temperament, baldness, high cholesterol – however, some are lucky to inherit a pare(...)

Marina Village Apartments

With autumn upon us one of the busiest property selling seasons of the year is about to kick off. The listing below indicates there’s plenty of activi(...)

The Island at Temple Wood, Carton Demesne, is a development comprising 11 serviced sites that will – within certain guidelines, of course – allow buyers build their own design

Demand for new builds in Kildare exceeds supply, but there are some new developments either already onstream or due for launch in the coming months. (...)

Nama at the Treasury Building: a Nama spokesman said it had written to the Dáil committee regarding the Prague deal. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A developer who claims his company was cut out of the €83 million sale of State assets agency Nama-controlled properties in Prague wants a Dáil commi(...)

Sean Mulryan’s Forget The Past, running at Leopardstown Photograph: Eric Luke

Developer Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore Properties is making a comeback to racing by sponsoring one of the headline contests on the final day of this month(...)

The Montrose site’s development value has been greatly enhanced over the past three years by the economic recovery

The long delayed sale of part of RTÉ’s Donnybrook grounds in Dublin 4 is finally to proceed with the national broadcaster now planning to dispose of 8(...)

The number of cranes on Dublin’s skyline is expected to increase. Photograph: Alan Betson

There were 65 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on March 1st from the seventh floor of The Irish Times building on Tara Street. Th(...)

Sean Mulryan, chairman and group chief executive of Ballymore Group  Photograph: Alan Betson 06/10/2016 -- Sean Mulryan is Chairman and Group Chief Executive of Ballymore Group  in front of a  Model of the proposed development of Dublin Landings by Ballymore Group, which is situated along Dublins North Wall Quay. Developments rights for the 2.35 hectare site were secured by Oxley Docklands Quay Ltd. 1,000,000 sq ft mixed used development with 7000,000 st ft of Grada A office and retail space with 273 luxury residential apartments. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Irish property developer Ballymore has been on something of a a roll in the past number of months. Last October, the company unveiled its plans for (...)

St Mary’s Carmelite seminary on Bloomfield Avenue:  the monastery and college date from 1875 and were extended up to the 1940s to cater for 50 seminarians.

An Irish hotelier has emerged as the leading contender to buy the former St Mary’s Carmelite seminary on Bloomfield Avenue in Donnybrook, Dublin 4. Bi(...)

On the basis that affordability and availability of new homes are the key drivers for buyers, new policy measures to stimulate both these requirement(...)