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Samantha Barry: “Thankfully in Ireland there’s a plenitude of strong female broadcasters like Anne Doyle, Marian Finucane and Miriam.”

Vogue’s indomitable US editor Anna Wintour is known for a great many things, among them 6am tennis lessons and 7am blowdries. In the media industry, h(...)

Anthony Molloy of Donegal is tackled by Dublin’s Paul Bealin  in  the 1992   All-Ireland  final. Photograph: Inpho

A lot has happened since the first weekend of April in 1992. Croke Park has been entirely redeveloped, the last of the GAA bans was struck down, and t(...)

An aerial view of the Ballsbridge site that is being developed as a high-end office complex by Ronan Group Real Estate.

The wife of property financier Derek Quinlan has emerged as a joint shareholder with developer Johnny Ronan of a multimillion euro prime site in Balls(...)

Police activity in east Belfast after a controversial loyalist bonfire that a High Court judge had ordered to be reduced in size has been torched prematurely. Photograph: Rebecca Black/PA

Shots fired in Derry overnight have been described as a “blatant bid to murder police officers”. In the fourth consecutive night of disorder in the (...)

KBC Group in Brussels affirmed its commitment to the Irish market in February last year, ending years of speculation. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

KBC Bank Ireland paid a €220 million dividend to its Belgian parent last year, according to its chief executive, as the lender began repaying its €1.4(...)

Ulster Bank has become the latest backer of BGF. Photograph:   Nick Bradshaw

A UK venture capital firm that set up an Irish unit late last year has said it is targeting its first equity investment in a SME within months, as Uls(...)

Confidence among construction firms regarding the 12-month outlook for activity dipped to a six-month low in June, but remained elevated

Expansion of activity in the Irish construction sector eased in June from “extremely elevated” levels recorded in the previous month, according to Uls(...)

William Dunlop was  practising for the Skerries 100 road race when he crashed on Saturday.

The Skerries 100 motorcycle road race has taken place in tribute to racer William Dunlop, who died during a practice run for the Dublin event on Satur(...)

The vibrancy of Dublin nightlife and its high-concept restaurants and bars is forcing up costs for punters and developers.

THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS: A MENU OF COSTS They call it “meanwhile use” in property developer shorthand. It’s the market or cafe that slots itself temp(...)

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, which warned that regulating overseas buyers of soured Irish loans could have “unintended side effects”. Photograph: François Lenoir/Reuters

The European Central Bank (ECB) has warned that regulating overseas buyers of soured Irish loans may ultimately limit banks’ ability to lend and poten(...)

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