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Michael Carey and Alison Cowser from the East Coast Bakehouse. Photograph: Jason Clarke

While the Republic’s big corporates often dominate the headlines, the small and medium enterprises remain the backbone of the State’s economy. Here we(...)

Food for thought: Strong Roots’ founder Sam Dennigan

Fast-growing Irish food company Strong Roots is now being stocked by all the major UK grocery retailers. And it expects to almost double the number of(...)

 The Goring: its Royal Suite is where Kate Middleton stayed the night before her wedding to Prince William

“And do let us know if there is anything I can do for you,” says my personal footman, after introducing me to my room for the night. “We want to spoil(...)

The sad truth about millennials is that they are not nearly as special as they have been told. In fact I am not entirely sure they were ever really here at all.

One morning last week I caught a train to Shoreditch, the beating heart of London hipsterdom, to see a big European business conference on how to sell(...)

Diana, Princess of Wales: an exasperating woman who achieved fame only through the man she married and who became more celebrated for her clothes, bulimia, suicide attempts, exotic holidays, media manipulation, psychic consultations and colonic irrigations than anything else Photograph: Tim Graham/Getty

Do you remember precisely where you were when you heard about Diana’s death? The answer may be embarrassing. Twenty years on, it seems rather shocking(...)

Michael Christopher Hayes, who claims he was part of the group responsible for the 1974 Birmingham bombings. Photograph: Screengrab/BBC

On Monday, the BBC broadcast a claim by Michael Christopher Hayes that he was part of the group responsible for the 1974 Birmingham bombings, in which(...)

Military ships are seen during a naval exercise by US and Qatar troops in the Arabian Gulf, Qatar, June 16, 2017. Qatar has reason to be thankful for the large US military presence in the country. Were it not for that, the Qataris would be much more vulnerable to a Saudi-led military intervention. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon

For the past six years, there have been two Arab worlds. The world of violence and tragedy; and the world of glitz and globalisation. Syria, Iraq, Lib(...)

Egerton Crescent in Chelsea, London: the local council has asked Northern Ireland couple Martin and Francesca Shields   to remove a security camera and security light on the front of their house on the street and to repair the wall

A Northern Ireland couple who own the largest house on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road have been ordered to remove security equipment from the front of their(...)

Sarah Gough of Mileeven Fine Foods. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Éilis Gough kept bees as a hobby and started the business, Mileeven Fine Foods, in her kitchen in Piltown, Co Kilkenny. Producing honey, organic prese(...)

Krispy Kreme is a listed company with more than 1,100 outlets in 26 countries and total revenues of €464m

American doughnut chain Krispy Kreme is coming to Dublin. British real estate agent Morgan Williams is scouting potential sites in the capital for a (...)

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