Elverys

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Gorey, Co Wexford. Its affordability and proximity to Dublin is seeing its popularity increase. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A 90-minute off-peak drive from Dublin, for many Gorey is a commuter town. And as property prices continue their upward hike, and the need for new bui(...)

Brendan O’Neill, who runs a cross-Border ferry service from Warrenpoint in Co Down to Omeath in Co Louth. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Brendan O’Neill, operator of the Warrenpoint-Omeath ferry, MV Seascapes, chugs his little boat to the middle of Carlingford Lough. The Border with Nor(...)

The new account, which puts put An Post in direct competition with retail banks, is targeted at the 1.7 million customers who use the post office network each week.

An Post is planning to take on the pillar banks with the launch of an new current account product, which will offer customers debit cards, full access(...)

Sports Direct now occupies the former Boyers building on Talbot Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

UK billionaire Mike Ashley’s cavernous new SportsDirect.com megastore in Dublin is open barely a week and already its indigenous competitors must be f(...)

Tyrone’s Seán Cavanagh made his presence felt when he came of the bench against Cavan at Healy Park, Omagh. Photograph: Inpho

SATURDAY [Fixtures at 7.0] Division One Kerry v Dublin, Stack Park, Tralee [eir sport Xtra 1] – Eamonn Fitzmaurice could be forgiven for being exasp(...)

Charleville Town Centre: The anchor tenant, Dunnes Stores, along with Elverys Sports, own their own stores and will not be included in the sale

An eight-year-old shopping centre in Charleville, Co Cork, with an unusually high vacancy rate – 15 of the 17 retail units have never traded – is to b(...)

Elverys recorded a €1.14 million pretax profit compared to a €20.1 million loss a year earlier as it opened a number of new retail outlets. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Irish-owned sports retailer Elverys Intersport, which was bought out of examinership by its management nearly three years ago, is looking to expand it(...)

New York-based Avenue Capital Group has bought Manor Mills Shopping Centre in Maynooth, Co Kildare, for close to €14 million – a long way from the €48(...)

Navan Town Centre:  The highest rent, at €478,000, is paid by Marks & Spencer.

Two more Irish shopping centres have been acquired by US investment groups. Davidson Kempner has purchased a majority stake in Navan Town Centre in(...)

The appeal of  Navan Town Centre stems from the highly successful trading by Penneys, Tesco and two Dunnes Stores outlets

Commercial property developer Duignan & McCarthy is gearing up to sell its majority interest in Navan Town Centre at a guide price of €62 million.(...)

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