Warner Music Ireland Ltd is a subsidiary of Warner Music Group Corp, one of the largest recording companies in the world. The company represent some of the most well-known artists including  Dua Lipa (above)

Warner Music Ireland, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group, increased its pre-tax profit last year by 63 per cent to €233, 819, according to the company(...)

Carla Mooney gets first go in the  the Red Bull Soundome at Electric Picnic ahead of the festival’s opening on Friday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

SALTY DOG Friday 02.50-03.00 Salty Dog No-Stars: ‘Exile on Main Street’ 01.35-02.30 Otherkin 24.25-01.15 Booka Brass Band 23.15-24.05 DD Allen 2(...)

Happy Mondays are at Leopardstown Racecourse on Thursday as part of Bulmers Live

Culture Vultures Set Theatre, Kilkenny, Friday August 11, 7.30pm €15 set.ie Beaulieu House, Baltray, Drogheda, Co Louth, Saturday August 12th, 8pm, (...)

“It has always been a safety rope to pull me out of the bog, music and words,” says Irish musician David Keenan. Hozier, Damien Dempsey and Glen Han(...)

Paul Brady: will join a formerly homeless man, Danny Bracken, on stage at Rock against Homelessness. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Rock Against Homelessness takes place in the Olympia Theatre on Friday, April 7th, and will feature Finbar Furey, Paul Brady, Delorentos, The Blizzard(...)

Residents and volunteers painting a sign in Apollo House in Dublin in January. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Home Sweet Home coalition of housing activists and homeless people received almost €200,000 in donations over a six week-period, figures seen by T(...)

Front page: Irish-Ethiopian actress Ruth Negga has been nominated for an Oscar. Photograph: EPA

1. Bogus marriages in Republic linked to asylum claims More than half of all marriages in the Republic between men from outside the EU and non-Irish (...)

Apollo House and Hawkins House in Dublin. The planned demolition of Apollo House involves the planned demolition and redevelopment of the adjacent Hawkins House. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The planned demolition of Apollo House in Dublin has been put on hold. This follows objectors to the demolition and redevelopment of the 1960s office(...)

Irish-American telecoms entrepreneur Ken Peterson  reportedly offered to buy Apollo House for an estimated price of €7.5 million. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Might there be a happy ending to the Apollo House debacle after all? According to a report in the Sunday Independent, Irish-American telecoms entrepre(...)

Apollo House on Poolbeg Street, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The High Court has dismissed an application by the occupiers of Apollo House in Dublin city centre for an extra week before they have to leave the bu(...)