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Accounts filed by Pallas Foods show revenue increased by 10 per cent from €319.2 millon to €352.18 million in the 12 months to the end of June last.

Pretax profit at the main firm in the country’s largest food service wholesaler, Pallas Foods, has more than doubled to €10.7 million. Accounts file(...)

Has the hint of a summer we’ve had given you a taste for the sun? Do you wish you’d been more organised last January when you should have organised yo(...)

FoodCloud cofounders Iseult Ward and Aoibheann O’Brien at their new  FoodCloud Hub in Tallaght. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Impact Journalism Day (June 24th, 2017) focuses on solutions-based journalism. Fifty leading media organisations, including The Irish Times, are shari(...)

Untitled Gauze Painting by Kohei Nakata

Four perspectives on contemporary Irish art, as selected by Brian Duggan, Sarah Glennie, Jenny Haughton and Declan Long. Pallas Projects Gallery, 115-(...)

 Gerry Davis (left), the 2016 Hennessy Portrait Prize winner,  with sitter Sean Guinan. Photo: Anthony Woods

Gerry Davis, a graduate of the Limerick School of Art and Design, has won this year’s Hennessy Portrait Prize which is worth €15,000 and comes with a (...)

The owner of Forgney Lodge never intended to live in the area but while looking for a country retreat saw an ad in the paper and travelled down to vi(...)

Luna community manager Leo Molloy said they were ‘over the moon’ at the win which they attributed to hard work

Dublin restaurant Luna, which has been open for less than a year, has been recognised as the best eatery in Ireland. The Drury Street business opene(...)

A detail from Richard Gorman’s Iwano Series II (2015)

Iwano – Richard Gorman Kerlin Gallery, Dublin ***** More than 25 years ago, when Richard Gorman first visited Japan’s “paper village”, Echizen, an(...)

Artistic director Vanessa Fielding and Annemarie Kilshaw

Ramp – Roger O’Neill The Complex, Dublin ★★★★ Temple Bar became a cultural quarter because the district was earmarked as a bus station. Relative d(...)

Artists are urging Dublin City Council to provide affordable work and exhibition space to deal with a growing “crisis” in studio availability brought(...)

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