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Michael Collins at the launch of the Dáil loan, surrounded by many prominent figures from the Irish revolution including the mother of Patrick Pearse and the widows of Tom Clarke and Eamon Ceannt. Source: Irish Film Institute

On April 4th, 1919, Michael Collins’s motion to Dáil Éireann to approve a £250,000 Dáil loan was approved. Nothing was left to chance by the newly a(...)

Harcourt Centre: the second floor has recently been upgraded and its fit-out includes data cabling, comms room, canteen and two private offices

A rent of €592 per sq m (€55 per sq ft) is being quoted for newly refurbished office space at the Harcourt Centre on Harcourt Street in Dublin 2. The(...)

The Bergfink hammock €24.99 from Jysk

Look of the Danish Just over a week away, the opening of the first Jsyk stores in Naas Retail Park is likely to cause plenty of traffic. The Danish h(...)

 Applegreen  CEO Bob Etchingham. The company is due to report results on Tuesday. Photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Monday Indicators: US housing market index (Mar). Tuesday Results: Applegreen, Mincon, FedEx. Indicators: Euro zone construction output (Jan), lab(...)

Copper Face Jacks on Dublin’s Harcourt Street

Supermac’s boss Pat McDonagh has signalled his interest in popular Dublin nightclub Copper Face Jack’s, according to the Sunday Business Post. Owners (...)

A who’s who of Irish revolutionary figures passed through no6 Harcourt Street, but the man most associated with it was Michael Collins who directed the Dáil loan from his room on the second floor. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

If any building could be considered to be the home of the Irish revolution, that building would be 6 Harcourt Street. For four years it was the home(...)

On board EI608 to Amsterdam we popped into the cockpit with the pilot and the fabulous AerLingus flight crew facilitate us selling our story to the flight passengers

They previously outlined what it is and why they did it, here they tell us how it went. The Pre-Race Preparation “If we have to pick which part we(...)

KPMG managing partner Shaun Murphy said the time was now right to begin planning for a new home for the accountancy practice. Photograph: Mark McCall

Accountants KPMG are seeking up to 350,000sq ft (32,500sq m) of offices in Dublin as the firm seeks to bring its 2,500-plus staff together under one r(...)

The construction of hotels is picking up and almost 1,000 new rooms were added to the Dublin market last year. Photograph: iStock

Occupancy at Dublin’s hotels reached a record level last year helped by a large number of events held in the capital. According to data from travel (...)

Click Offices says there is 106,838sq m   of serviced office space in the capital. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Dublin’s serviced office market grew by 50 per cent last year – that’s 8,000 desks which equate to 37,161sq m (400,000sq ft) of office space – accordi(...)

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