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5 Casimir Avenue, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W

5 Casimir Avenue, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W An Edwardian three-bedroom terraced redbrick in a popular location. There is around 122 sq m of of living(...)

The filling station  incorporates a cafe, Burger King, delicatessen, shop and seating area

The sale of a newly-constructed filling station let to Applegreen offers investors the opportunity to secure an attractive net initial yield of 6 per (...)

Bob Quinn, father of two from Naas, speaking about childcare costs. FinancePhotograph: Alan Betson

Bob Quinn and his wife Steph have two young children and the pair estimate they will have spent €100,000 in creche fees by the time their youngest sta(...)

Bob Quinn: ‘We are going to be worse off from tomorrow’s Budget, irrespective of any kite flying on savings.’ Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Bob Quinn and his wife Steph have two young children and the pair estimate they will have spent €100,000 in creche fees by the time their youngest sta(...)

Agsi president Antoinette Cunningham  said nobody in her organisation had seen any implementation plan for the new divisional policing model. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The biggest Garda staff bodies have for the first time strongly questioned and criticised Garda Commissioner Drew Harris’s plans to reorganise the for(...)

Jysk intends to open 40 outlets in the Republic by 2021, giving it a forecasted turnover here of €70 million a year.

Danish-owned furniture seller Jysk is inviting landlords to an open day next month as it aims to increase the number of stores it plans to open here f(...)

Paul Cummins of SeaChange: ‘Safety is often seen as external but, in reality, safety is a core part of every business’

Paul Cummins is managing director of SeaChange, a behaviour-based safety solutions consultancy based in Naas, Co Kildare. The family business was foun(...)

The role of butterflies as indicators of healthy habitats, and as useful pollinators, is only beginning to be generally appreciated.

“Mysterious and little-known organisms live within walking distance of where you sit. Splendour awaits . . ” EO Wilson, who first published the term (...)

The superintendents’ conference is set to take place in Naas, Co Kildare. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Garda superintendents have noticed an increase in cross-border crime as Brexit approaches and are set to push for more highly trained armed gardaí to (...)

As little as 15 per cent to 20 per cent of Irish businesses are insured against   cyber attacks. Photograph: Getty Images

Demand from businesses for insurance against data breaches is surging, according to one of the Republic’s leading brokers. Last year’s introduction o(...)

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