Housebuilder Glenveagh expects to charge Dublin City Council €33.44 million for 71 social housing units at a major development on Sheriff Street

Housebuilder expects to get €33.4m for 71 social housing units at 702-unit city centre development

The 8.6 acre site lies to the east and south of Gort Muire, the Carmelite convent at Dundrum.

Carmelite Order secured up to €35 million when it sold eight acres of land in Dublin in 2019, it us understood

The site is near the 764-bedroom Citywest Hotel, which is currently being used by the HSE as a Covid-isolation centre.

Planning permission granted for 224 residential units in Saggart

Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Danny Sapani, Harry Treadaway  and Timothy Dalton in Penny Dreadful, which was shot in Wicklow.

Project is a joint venture between John Sisk and Ireland Strategic Investment Fund

UK-based Barchester Healthcare is  among the top four long-term care providers in the UK with in excess of 12,000 registered beds across more than 200 sites

Group owned by three Irish billionaires updates on Covid as it reports 25% rise in profit

Trinity College Dublin was prominently featured in the TV adaptation of Normal People. Photograph: Enda Bowe

Imposing building featured in TV adaptation of Normal People

The Workplace Relations Commission  has ordered the Dublin community school to admit the girl to second year next September.

Church of Ireland pupils from local primary school were favoured for admission

Chief Commissioner of the IHREC, Sinead Gibney stated that Yvonne O’Rourke was treated by the Defence Forces “as if she were a man who had been on long-term sick leave rather than as a pregnant woman”. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Adjudication officer makes maximum possible compensation to Yvonne O’Rourke

Ryanair has announced that it will reopen its Shannon base for summer 2021. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Airline calls on Government to offer incentives to encourage passenger recovery

The site of the former DIT campus at Kevin Street in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Westridge Real Estate lodged plans for offices, 299 apartments on DIT Kevin Street site

The Barack Obama Plaza in Co Tipperary. Photograph: Facebook

Approval the latest twist in five-year planning saga for Supermac’s chief Pat McDonagh

Dublin City Council had given permission for a substantial expansion of the Central Hotel. File photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

Three appeals lodged against permission for big expansion of the capital’s Central Hotel

The Corrib gas terminal. Vermilion said that one of the factors for the drop in the price of natural gas is the Covid 19 pandemic.

Operations hit by a 25 increase in expenses

The security man said  he was sent the video by a friend and that he didn’t check it before he tried to send it on.  File image: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Staff member said he thought the naked female in the video was ‘the legal age’

Louis Walsh was a judge on The X Factor television show but due to falling ratings, the long-running show did not air in 2020. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Entrepreneur who managed Boyzone and Westlife voluntarily liquidated his company

Judge Durcan imposed the four-year driving ban after Ms Meade (52) of Galtee Close, Glenmore, Limerick

Motorist pleaded guilty to failing to provide specimen to test for drink driving

Donald Trump’s Doonbeg resort accessed assistance from the pandemic temporary wage subsidy scheme

Resort paid over €100,000 for catering for gardaí protecting president on two-night stay

The average salary for Facebook employees in Dublin in 2019 was €103,443

Company’s corporate tax liability increased three-fold to €173.22 million

 Conor McGregor announced his retirement from mixed martial arts last June but   is due to fight Dustin Poirier next month. Photograph: ©INPHO/Tom Hogan

Appeal by mixed martial arts superstar has been thrown out

Andy Ring, George Clooney and Séamus Clooney in Ballyfin House, Co Laois. Photograph: Facebook/Abbeyleix Tourism and Marketing Group

Laois hotel in lavishly restored Regency mansion books rise in revenues

Architect’s image of a kitchen  in a Bartra co-living scheme .

Bartra Capital secures planning permission for a €25 million site on Merrion Rd

Conor McGregor after defeating Donald Cerrone  in a welterweight mixed martial arts fight  in January

Company had reported losses in previous two years

Mark Nolan, managing director of Dromoland Castle. Photograph: Eamon Ward

Luxury Clare hotel to open only at weekends until restrictions on inter-county travel lifted

The bulk of LinkedIn’s increase in profits was accounted for by intra-company transactions. Photograph: Robert Galbrait/ Reuters

Social network giant pays $200m in dividends and $69m in tax

The redevelopment of the Central Hotel has been approved.

‘We are running out of places to dance,’ says councillor objecting to plans

Lahinch Golf Club, Co Clare. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Drop in green-fee cash exposes club’s over-reliance on overseas visitors – chairman

Tayto Snacks managing director Jeff Swa at  the factory near Ashbourne, Co Meath. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Tayto Snacks buys 10 per cent of Ireland’s total potato crop

Sky’s pay TV, broadband and telephone subscription operations in Ireland generated revenues of €751 million. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Sky Ireland boosted by Sports Extra and growth from existing businesses including Now TV

The amount of revenue Twitter generates from its Irish users is not disclosed

Company ‘has performed in line with expectations’

Last year, Abbvie announced its $63 billion purchase of the Allergan group, which makes Botox, and the deal was completed this year.

Company has made Westport ‘Botox capital of the world’ amid €2.7bn in revenue in 2019

The man took a discrimination case under the Equal Status Act against his landlord

Man says he was never in rent arrears and could not understand why landlord would not sign HAP form

Architect’s image of a kitchen designed to serve 13 rooms in Bartra Capital’s co-living scheme in Rathmines.

Merrion Road development has attracted 38 objections

The administrator noted that the failure of the business appeared to be the amounts used to fund the business of the US entity where the opening of a store in New York City created a drain on cashflow.

Administrators said dividend to rise from 2p in pound to up to 30p

Call for Minister for Justice to bring an end to ‘ongoing prejudice’

Profits at Beacon Hospital will fall this year because of the agreement to hand the hospital’s entire capacity over to the HSE for three months in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Hospital reports 16% increase in revenues as organisation records 130,000 patient visits

Orla Kiely’s separate licensing business continues to expand. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Kiely and husband Dermott Rowan served as directors when business collapsed in 2018

Forty-three staff have been made redundant by the company, with a number of additional staff on temporary layoff.

Passenger numbers plummeted by 90% during summer due to pandemic

An impression of the proposed development in Donnybrook, Dublin 4

Local authority asks developers to submit revised plans for project at Kiely’s site

Singer Niall Horan shares in €1.7m payday from Irish business. Photograph: Terence Patrick/CBS via Getty Images

Musician plans live streamed gig to raise money for touring crew out of work due to pandemic

Author Sheila O’Flanagan said she would be subjected to a significant loss of privacy if the new school was built. File photograph: The Irish Times

Sheila O’Flanagan told planners of concern she’d be under observation by students

Court Service staff say this is the first time  a protection order has been granted remotely in this way. Photograph: Alan Betson

Women’s Aid and Dublin Rape Crisis Centre welcome move on remote evidence

The Usher’s Island James Joyce house, location of the short story, The Dead. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin City Council says plan is best way to secure long-term conservation of building

Patrick Guilbaud: ‘This is worse than a war because during a war, you don’t close businesses and restaurants. You keep them going. You don’t stop a way of living.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

‘No income is coming in. We have to close everything. It is difficult’

Shane Gibbons told the court that at one stage he got a parish priest to say a prayer over the complainant when they were still together.

Shane Gibbons told Co Clare court injuries caused by demonic possession or self-harm

A picture of the five-star Ashford Castle, located by the village of  Cong in Co Mayo.

Five-star hotel has reduced the number of rooms on offer from 83 to 60 due to Covid-19 protocols

The company’s newest product comes in direct response to Covid-19 – the Fairy Glisten Hand Sanitising Unit.

Shift to licensing deal with Allied Imports contributed to loss of €422,011 last year

The man told the WRC that he clamped 2,500 vehicles between January and October 2018, and was subject to only 12 successful appeals. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/ The Irish Times

‘Staff have the obvious incentive to bend the rules,’ worker tells the Workplace Relations Commission

The €50,000 awards were made up of €30,000 for the distress caused by the sexual harassment and €20,000 for the victimisation and penalisation by the nursing home.

Man at centre of case had dementia and behaviour was ‘alcohol-fuelled’, WRC found

A mother of  three children has said that she lied when she told a court in July that her husband was violent towards their children. File phgotograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Mother says evidence she gave to court previously about husband being violent ‘is all lies’

An impression of the new development in Donnybrook, Dublin 4

Donnybrook plan would include 100 bedrooms

The plans attracted  a total of 19 objections. Photograph: iStock

Cairn Homes to spend €338m on nine-block complex in Dublin 4

Homes on Ailesbury Road. Residents are looking to block development of 614 homes on former RTÉ land behind their homes. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin City Council planners separately recommend approval of 614-home scheme

 Ennis District Court  heard the man  had told his daughter  he would stab her mother and a brother if the mother quizzed him about what had taken place on their family holiday.

Mother tells court husband raped daughter while on holiday last month

A computer-generated image of the new apartment development

Appeals board gives green light to development at Eglinton Road

The post-primary school is to have capacity for 1,000 students while the primary school will contain 24 classrooms.  File Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Educate Together schools to be built on Rosyln Park College campus in Sandymount

The Porterhouse, Temple Bar:  “We had been trading well in 2018, 2019 and up until the start of the pandemic this year.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Group’s two Dublin bar-restaurants have seen ‘very minimal’ uptick since reopening

An artist’s impression of what the apartments in Monkstown could look like.

Plan for 290-unit development near south Dublin village includes nine-storey block

DHL  directors believe  customer activity and billed shipment levels will gradually recover after the Covid-19 lockdown here. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/ Bloomberg

Pre-tax profits at the company last year increased by 33% to €4.13m

A computer-generated image of Bartra’s planned development at Castleknock in Dublin

Ballsbridge, Rathmines, Dún Laoghaire and Castleknock projects have faced opposition

The council hopes the cliffs ticketing system will be in place for next March. File photograph: Getty

Planned expenditure comes against background of projected 80% decline in visitors

The GAA   secured planning permission for the  hotel  close to Croke Park in Dublin.

Permission granted by Dublin City Council in spite of opposition

Architect’s image of a kitchen designed to serve 13 rooms in Bartra Capital’s co-living scheme in Rathmines.

Bartra Capital intends to build 111-bed shared co-living development in Ballsbridge

Pay costs to staff at ComReg in the 12 months to the end of June came to €10.9 million.

Employees at State-owned regulator received 9% of total pay in performance-related income

Oxigen was set up in 1987 by Sean Doyle to provide waste service solutions.

Waste firm’s staff costs fell to €9.3m in 2019 with employee count down from 277 to 256

Hozier toured extensively in the US and Europe last year, promoting his Wasteland Baby! album.

Irish musician sees live performance income severely impacted by Covid-19 restrictions

Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

‘We would be observed like animals in a zoo,’ neighbours claim

Sales of Hozier and Taylor Swift music l contributed to a 20.8 per cent increase in sales at Universal Music Ireland in 2019. Photograph: Isabel Infantes/PA Wire

Growth in subscribers to legal streaming services led to 20.8% rise in revenue

An artist’s impression of a kitchen in Bartra’s proposed co-living development in Rathmines.

Residents would need to book one-hour slots for kitchen to comply with virus restrictions

First Dates: no hugs or kisses this year

Socially distant couples allowed to blow kisses instead

Seán FitzPatrick. File photograph: Court Collins

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman lodges appeal to An Bord Pleanála over project

 Eleanor McEvoy: “Working in the music industry has never been easy, and we are now about to witness the most difficult times in the history of that industry.”  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Pandemic has been ‘catastrophic’ for the music industry, says Eleanor McEvoy 

VHI chief executive John O’Dwyer said the insurer continued to strengthen its leadership in the marketplace in 2019, and grew its membership for the fifth year in a row. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Claims paid out by largest health insurer in State rose by €57 million in 2019

More than 50 cases of Covid-19 have been detected among the workforce at the Arrow Group-owned Irish Dog Foods plant in Naas, Co Kildare. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Group’s Irish Dog Foods currently closed due to Covid-19 outbreak at Naas processing plant

Patricia  Gilheaney recommended that the IPS should improve the regime for protection prisoners and make every effort to safeguard their mental health. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Mother told governor she first heard of death of her son on Facebook, report shows

Apple: pretax profits decreased by 11 per cent last year to $41.68 billion. Its post-tax profits amounted to $35.49 billion. Photograph: Josh Edelson

AOI is registered at Holyhill campus in Cork and covers most Apple non-US subsidiaries

John O’Brien, manager of Doheny & Nesbitt, serving pints behind a perspex screen. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Absence of office workers and tourists is hitting Doheny & Nesbitt’s hard

Presenter Kathryn Thomas with aspiring leaders at an Operation Transformation assessment day in Sportslink, Santry, ahead of the 13th series, which launched in January 2020. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Vision Independent Productions launched two new formats in 2019, a ‘strong year for TV’

A series of Aer Lingus flights to China   to collect PPE supplies required for medical staff during the  Covid-19 outbreak took place between March and June. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

The airline operated 259 flights over 14 weeks in largest cargo operation by air in history of the State

Dua Lipa in concert on the main stage at Electric Picnic: part of  Warner Music’s roster of artists.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish business of studio giant amplified by annual revenue rise of 7%

The construction site of the National Children’s Hospital. Photograph: Tom Honan

Q4PR was one of over 50 third parties to share in payments totalling €213.88m

The Cú Chulainn roller coaster in Tayto park.

Meath County Council had given project green light

Other allegations against the man  include making threats that he would kill or cause serious harm to the baby.

Man also accused of swinging baby overhead and to the ground, barely missing steel pole

The Book of Kells exhibition is due to reopen on August 10th, but pre-Covid relied on foreign visitors for 87% of ticket sales last year.

Covid-19 is causing revenue from manuscript exhibition to plummet from 2019’s €12.7m

‘He had me do a lie detector test to prove that I wasn’t with other men,’ woman told Clare court. File image: Reuters

Court told husband wanted proof wife was not with other men

The 18-storey ‘landmark’ tower in the development in Dublin 12 will rise to a height of 77.6m. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dublin City Council gives go-ahead for nine blocks despite opposition

The site in Donnybrook that Cairn Homes bought from RTÉ in 2017. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Project Montrose plan includes 611 apartments in blocks of four to 10 storeys high

People queueing to get into Copper Face Jacks night club Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Cash reserves at night club business had risen to €63.7m

The Unicorn restaurant has operated at Merrion Row since 1938. Photograph:    Eric Luke

Council has ‘serious concerns’ over height, scale and massing of six-storey development

Rebecca Blunnie at Ennis Court on Wednesday.

Thirty-year-old Clare woman jailed for six months for assault on two paramedics

Seán FitzPatrick: has submitted plans for a new four-bedroom home. Photograph: Eric Luke

Ex-Anglo banker retained home after being declared bankrupt in 2010 with €147m debts

Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Department paid lawyers brief fees even though all non-urgent criminal cases were adjourned

Martin O’Shaughnessy pleaded guilty to assault at Gort District Court.

Judge likens burial plot row to a story by John B. Keane as he strikes out case

Pavel Kratochvil, formerly of Ard Caoin, Gort Road, Ennis, was sentenced to three years in jail, with the final year suspended. File Photograph: Collins

Judge says fortunate at least two of attacks by Pavel Kratochvil did not end up as fatalities

A briefing note to staff said the cost containment measures are in place due to the ‘collapse’ in the company’s revenues

IAA staff will deliver savings as agency deals with ‘collapse’ in revenues due to Covid-19

Dublin  City Council has granted planning permission to Creekvale Ltd for the hotel at Arran Street East and Little Mary Street  in spite of opposition from a rival hotel operator Cathedral Leesure to the plan.

Council give go-ahead for facility on site of Begley’s Fruit Market

Sports Direct retail outlet on Marlborough Street, Dublin city centre. The company’s lease costs remained static at €11.4m.  File photograph: Getty

Impact of Covid-19 significant across six months but no clarity on longer-term effect

A health  technician  looks at  the cultivated Aedes aegyti mosquito larvae at a laboratory in Costa Rica in  2016.  Photograph: Juan Carlos Ulate/Reuters

Authors of journal paper state baby girl ‘requires multidisciplinary healthcare team care’

JP McManus’s five-star Adare Manor hotel and golf resort can proceed with contentious expansion plans

Plans for car park were put on hold after Government heritage officials lodged appeal

Glen Hansard: Covid-19 has halted much of his earning power. Photograph: Mark Stedman

Plateau Records cash reserves rise to €896,685 as singer shares pay of €261,000

Cairn Homes bought the 8.64-acre site at RTÉ’s campus for €107.5 million three years ago. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin City Council would pay €30m for the block at Project Montrose in Donnybrook

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