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Break in Bruges: the best way to navigate Bruges is by taking a boat trip on the canals, which costs just €7.60 for half an hour with live – and lively – commentary. Photograph: Getty Images

War tourists have been coming to present-day Belgium since the Waterloo battlefield was sought out by curious British travellers in the aftermath o(...)

Tax breaks for R&D, ¤5.6 billion this year alone, combined with world-class scientists are making France a honey pot for technology companies. (Photograph:  Christian Hartmann/Reuters)

Move over, Ireland. Companies from Microsoft to China’s Huawei Technologies scouring Europe for fiscally attractive shores are turning to an unlikely (...)

Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys:  says bursary scheme  being set up to allow Irish history students to spend time at the In Flanders Fields museum where  records are kept

The Irish War Memorial Records, which list the names of 49,400 men who died in the first World War, are to be updated. The Government is to combine(...)

The renaissance of Lee Fields has really been something to behold. Fields, whose debut record was released way back in 1969, when retro soul was so(...)

Between now and September, a weekend will not pass without a festival or big music show of some stripe or other to tempt you with its wares. The bi(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly: investment vehicle Indexia and other firms owed the bank about €35 million.

Lonestar, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken that bought an IBRC loan portfolio with a face value of €1 billion, has started to (...)

Hickey’s Pharmacy, Grafton Street, Dublin. An action by the Hickey pharmacy group and its owner Patrick Hickey aimed at preventing their loans valued at up to €45 million being included in a portfolio of €900 million loans offered for sale by the liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation has been withdrawn on confidential terms at the High Court.

An action by the Hickey pharmacy group and its owner Patrick Hickey aimed at preventing their loans valued at up to €45 million being included in a po(...)

Right now Tesco own-brand milk is 20 cent dearer than most of its rivals

NO POINT CRYING OVER (...)

 Ruth O’Dea and Dirk Hüttermann from Drumcondra with their children Aoileann, Fintan and Cian  in Dublin’s Phoenix Park today. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

There is no end in sight to the wind and rain which has caused flooding across the country, Met Éireann has warned.More heavy rain and high winds are (...)

Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, above,  is understood to be the preferred bidder for “Portfolio 14”, a mixed bag of loans owed by over a dozen businesses. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, above, has bought loans associated with one of Dublin’s best-located office blocks for about €75 million. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, is understood to be the preferred bidder for “Portfolio 14”, a mixed bag of lo(...)

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