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Viatel chief executive Paul Rellis

Irish telecoms group Viatel has made its third acquisition in just nine months as consolidation in the sector continues apace. The company had comple(...)

Tines co-founders Eoin Hinchy and Thomas Kinsella

Irish cybersecurity automation start-up Tines has raised $26 million (€21.9 million) giving it a market valuation of $300 million. Addition, an inves(...)

97 South Mall, Cork, home of the European base of Eventbrite

The impact of the coronavirus on how we work has been dramatic and it has thrown the future of the contemporary purpose-built office into question. E(...)

Stripe founders John and Patrick Collison.

In a highly unusual move, one of Stripe’s main investors has walked away from a $21 million (€18.5 million) investment in an online payments start-up,(...)

Joanne Faulkner ... taking sex from the kitchen table to the bedroom

“Who doesn’t want good food and better sex?” asks Joanne Faulkner, a shiatsu practitioner and “conscious cooking” tutor based in Dublin who has writte(...)

The new Star Wars x Le Creuset collaboration: demand for the collection has been ‘unprecedented’, according to the French cookware company

Come dine with Darth Vader  The idea of putting cookware on a Christmas list may sound like something out of the 1950s, that is until you see the(...)

The Yeats room at the K Club.

Join the klub The K Club’s art and wine collection will be the centre of a special weekend on September 27th to 29th. The experience at the Kildare e(...)

Kristina McElroy and Yomiko Chen: On McElroy’s 65th birthday, she was delighted to be a finalist in a UCD young fashion designer’s competition. Her design, a pink party dress, had an Japanese style obi belt. Photograph: Lilly Rose

Kristina McElroy has been drawn to the colour brown these past few months. It was big at the Paris fabric show she visited last year. Since then it’s (...)

Trade unionist Delia Larkin signing the Anti-Conscription Pledge at City Hall, April 1918. Photograph: National Library

Dáil Éireann: The First 100 Years, 1919-2019 Tuesday, December 11th; Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street, Dublin; €20/€10 The Houses of the Oireachtas (...)

Freshly harvested courgettes sit next to nasturtiums in an Irish garden. Photo credit Richard Johnsto

If you’re a keen kitchen gardener, you’ll know it has been an exceptionally challenging year for people who like to grow a little of their own food, f(...)

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