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King Lear in  a Van: Arthur Riordan in the title role. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

If you were loitering around Ely Place in Dublin recently you may have heard some worrying bellowing from the car park/loading bay of the Royal Hibern(...)

An aerial shot over Arklow, where SSE Renewables is proposing to develop the onshore grid infrastructure associated with Arklow Bank Wind Park Phase 2 in the Irish Sea.

SSE Renewables is to submit the first ever planning application for the onshore grid infrastructure needed to connect an expanded Arklow Bank wind far(...)

The Police Service of Northern Ireland have arrested a man in his 30s in connection with the Belfast stabbings incident.

Two men sustained serious injuries after being stabbed in an incident in Belfast in the early hours of Monday morning. The Police Service of Norther(...)

Frank Gleeson, chief executive of Aramark Northern Europe, at the company’s office in Northern Cross, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

“What I’d say is 2020 has been a challenging year for our industry,” says Frank Gleeson. The man is clearly a master of understatement. Gleeson runs (...)

Irish retailers are facing a tough Christmas with new Covid-19 restrictions closing non-essential outlets

We have been overwhelmed, in the best possible way, by the response to our original list, a few weeks ago, of 100 Irish websites where you can buy lov(...)

Jack Kirwan, managing director  of Sprout. ‘I don’t have a crystal ball but we’re staying positive. People will still want to eat out – it’s one of the great things in life.’

Healthy eating restaurant group Sprout pivoted towards takeaway services and supplying produce from its organic farm to 15 retailers in Dublin during (...)

South African wines have been receiving rave reviews internationally for the past decade or so

South African wines have been receiving rave reviews internationally for the past decade or so. In this country, Kinnegar Wines have led the way for s(...)

Aramark acquired the Avoca business for a reported €64 million from the Pratt family in 2015.

Food and lifestyle luxuries retailer Avoca has warned of possible redundancies due to the Covid-19 crisis, as some branches including its Dublin city-(...)

The Longford Terrace Residents’ Association lodged a planning appeal in relation to the cafe.

Retail chain Avoca has emerged victorious in its battle to retain the operation of a cafe at one of its Dublin outlets. An Bord Pleanála gave Avoca p(...)

Former Avoca managing director Tara O’Neill. Photograph: Alan Betson

Avoca managing director Tara O’Neill has unexpectedly left the company after less than three years at the helm and just weeks after she had expressed (...)

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