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Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin: ‘Many people were hoping initially in the early days for a kind of quick bounceback but I don’t think that is going to happen to the degree that people might have thought.’ Photograph: Alan Betson

Properties that have seen tenancy agreements or short-term letting arrangements go “by the wayside” during the coronavirus crisis could be acquired by(...)

A significant number of one- and two-bed properties have arrived on the rental market in Dublin, 1, 2, 7 and 8

The rapid spread of coronavirus has prompted a flight from the Airbnb model of short-term rentals to longer term rental in key Dublin areas. Acc(...)

Dublin has about 75,000 students but property company CBRE estimates that there are bed spaces for just 14,000 students in the capital.

With more than 231,000 students across the country heading to college in the coming weeks, the annual hunt for accommodation is well under way – and t(...)

A matter of taste: prawn-head smoothies in a Domestic Godless installation

Ten years ago, when Radisson launched a new hotel on Golden Lane in Dublin, the centrepiece of the opening was the opportunity to go “sky dining”. Str(...)

Much of the change currently happening in the modern workplace is being driven less by millennials than it is by their parents, or even their grandparents

A recent report published by the McKinsey Global Institute assessing the impact of automation on future employment trends made for startling bedtime r(...)

A Deliveroo worker goes about his business. As the law tries to catch up with the technology, a couple of companies dig their heels in – Air BnB, Uber, Lyft, Deliveroo, TaskRabbit, Deliveroo. Photograph:  Mikael Buck/Deliveroo

In the 2011 bestseller The Master Switch, author Tim Wu argues that, throughout history, communication technologies tend to move from at first being a(...)

Holidaymakers enjoying the summer sun on the beach at Brittas Bay, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Eric Luke

Brittas Bay boasts one of the finest stretches of sand on Ireland’s eastern seaboard and for much of the year, its 5km stretch can be virtually empty.(...)

Photograph: Conor Horgan

Cuba is full of surprises. On my first morning in a Havana casa particular (room in a private home), where all the hangers in my wardrobe were homemad(...)

John Holden: “Now pushing 40, I’m still as defiant as ever when it comes to joining the rat race.”

The gig economy is liberating millions of workers around the globe from the shackles of traditional, rigid shift-based working conditions. Drivers for(...)

Attendees wear cardboard “faceboxes” at the SXSW interactive festival in Austin. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Ireland’s trade delegation may have spent more time than they’d have liked allaying fears over Brexit at SXSW Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas over the (...)

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