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(...)

CGI of refurbished former New Ireland building on Dawson Street, Dublin

Paddy McKillen jnr’s Oakmount has been granted planning permission to redevelop the former New Ireland Assurance headquarters on Dublin’s Dawson Stre(...)

Ciarán Ó Cofaigh (51) is taking on the State: “My name without a fada isn’t my name”

The State data watchdog is investigating the refusal of public bodies and private companies to properly spell Irish names after a television producer (...)

 Bank of Ireland’s UK chief executive Des Crowley who has been employed by the bank for more than 30 years

Des Crowley, chief executive of Bank of Ireland’s UK business, is to retire next year with the recruitment process to chose a successor due to commenc(...)

Five diffferent parties pitched for the Trailfinders building on Dublin’s Dawson Street

Further signs of fast growing property values in Dublin’s Dawson Street emerged this week with the sale of the Trailfinders building for a full 60 per(...)

Sinéad Brady: “People do their best work within a focused five-hour period. What matters is output, not presence”

The statistics relating to reduction in pay, finding oneself in a less skilled role and being overlooked for promotion following maternity leave do no(...)

The headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dublin’s Dawson Street has been sold for €38 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The fast growing Press Up hospitality group has outbid several property developers to purchase the headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dublin’s D(...)

 Michael Murphy, managing director of New Ireland Assurance, Francesca McDonagh,   Bank of Ireland CEO, Colette Filer,  granddaughter of MW O’Reilly, the first managing director of New Ireland Assurance, and her son John Filer. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Bank of Ireland’s life and pensions business, New Ireland Assurance, celebrated its 100th anniversary at an event in Dublin on Thursday night. Origin(...)

The New Ireland HQ on Dawson Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Four property developers have survived the first round of bidding for the headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dawson Street, in Dublin city centr(...)

The current HQ of New Ireland Assurance on Dawson Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The long-standing headquarters of New Ireland Assurance at 9-12 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, is almost certain to be demolished and replaced by a higher v(...)

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