The Ballsbridge Hotel, formerly Jurys, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A new plan to develop a 211-bedroom hotel on the former Jury’s Hotel site – significantly larger than the initial proposed development – has been lodg(...)

Dalata held its recent agm  in the Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin, formerly the Berkeley Court. The hotel is set to close for re-development from the end of the year. (Photograph: DAVE MEEHAN)

Hotel operator Dalata said on Tuesday that it is to close the historic Clyde Court Hotel, formerly the Berkeley Court, in Dublin’s Ballsbridge, on Ja(...)

A computer-generated image of the redeveloped former Jurys and Berkeley Court hotel sites

Ireland’s most expensive development site, one of the centrepieces of the property crash, is finally to be offered for sale on the international marke(...)

A BlackBerry  Classic smartphone: company results are out on Friday.    Photograph: Pau Barrena/Bloomberg
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TODAY Indicators: Euro zone consumer confidence (Mar); US Markit services PMI (Mar) and Existing Home Sales Change (Feb). TOMORROW Results: Datalex; W(...)

The Flapper:  the four leather-bound albums contain a fascinating account of Edwardian life from the perspective of six children who lived in Bushy Park house in Terenure

A very rare glimpse into the private world of upper-class children in early 20th century Ireland has come to light in a unique set of documents con(...)

The great Wexford hurling star Nickey Rackard

Sports fans are among the most avid collectors and a lucrative business has developed supplying their demand for mementoes. GAA and rugby items are am(...)

Little Peggy by the Cork artist Charles Henry Cook (€7,000-€10,000)

West Cork auctioneer Morgan O’Driscoll is holding an Irish art auction in Dublin on Monday, December 2nd, at 6pm in the Clyde Court Hotel in Ballsbri(...)

Clyde and Ballsbridge hotels are owned by a consortium of banks which seized them from  developer Sean Dunne, who had bought them during the boom for €380 million

The operators of the Clyde Court Hotel have reported substantially increased revenues and profits for the year.The 185-bedroom four-star hotel – forme(...)

Sir William Orpen’s Portrait of Captain Colin David Brodie, dating from 1928, (€20,000-€30,000)

A painting once stolen by the notorious Dublin criminal Martin Cahill, known by his nickname, “the general” is among the highlights in Whyte’s art auc(...)

In one of the most famous of all GAA encounters, Cork, with star players including the late Jack Lynch and Jim Young, beat Dublin to win the All-Irela(...)

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