The East Tip Haulbowline Island remediation project by Cork County Council, RPS, PJ Hegarty & Sons and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine has won the  Engineering Project of the Year

The transformation of the East Tip of Haulbowline Island in Cork Harbour has been voted national Engineering Project of the Year for 2019. The remedia(...)

Glen Dimplex:  principal activity  the manufacture and sale of heating  and other domestic appliances

Restructuring charges of £18.3 million at the main Northern Ireland unit of the Glen Dimplex group last year contributed to the business recording a £(...)

The  European Investment Bank loan will help  fund  four capital developments across the TCD campus. This will include the E3-Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technologies Learning Foundry facility on the main campus. Above, Dr Patrick Prendergast, provost of Trinity College; Ana-Maria Murphy-Teixidor, who is studying an MSc in development practice; Andrew McDowell, vice president of the EIB. Photograph:  Iain White/Fennell Photography

Trinity College Dublin has secured a long-term loan of €100 million from the European Investment Bank to fund four development projects on its campus(...)

Liam Neeson has been named the richest Irish actor in the Sunday Times rich list. Photograph: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

The Weston family have kept their title as the richest family in Ireland for another year, as a record number of Irish billionaires join the rich list(...)

 Pictured at the launch of the Ludgate Hub in Skibbereen are (l-r) Sean Atkinson, ceo of Siro; John Field who donated the building; Anne O’Leary, ceo of Vodafone Ireland and Sean O’Driscoll, Glen Dimplex Group President. Photograph: John Allen

The opening of a revolutionary 1 Gigabit digital hub in Skibbereen in West Cork which aims to facilitate the creation of 500 jobs locally by 2020 has (...)

More than 60 benefactors of Trinity College Dublin have ben honoured in  the university’s  dining hall. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Beneath the ceiling of Trinity College Dublin’s grand dining hall the names have been embossed of some 400 years of benefactors ranging from 16th cent(...)