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Zara store on Henry Street, Dublin. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Inditex, the Spanish retailing giant that owns fashion chain Zara, was planning to capitalise on a then-revitalised Irish domestic economy with an exp(...)

Jamie Heaslip with his Range Rover Sport PHEV (Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle).

“I always have to check my car hasn’t been punked before I get into it,” says Irish rugby legend Jamie Heaslip, when we meet in Sandymount to tak(...)

Fitzpatricks Shoes, 76 Grafton Street,  a family business it opened on Grafton Street in 1961

After years of relative inactivity in terms of property sales and new leases on Grafton Street, retail agents are reporting more movement on Dublin’s (...)

Crackbird started as a pop-up restaurant in early 2011 before permanently locating to a premises on Dame Street.

Jo’Burger, the Dublin-based hipster restaurant group founded by Joe Macken in which Irish rugby international Jamie Heaslip has an interest, saw loss(...)

Web Log

The Egyptians buried their dead with precious objects. I think I’d like to have my smartphone with me and not because I’m superstitious; I have Google(...)

Approach with caution: Savages

Last month in Derry I sat in a church pew chatting with Savages. Not the “all-girl band Savages” or the “all-female quartet Savages”. Just Savages.(...)