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Emo Court in Co Laois is set on a 250-acre estate.

Holding court Emo Court, the James Gandon-designed country house in Co Laois, is now open to the public. Set on 250 acres of park and agricultural la(...)

Retail property is now undergoing an overdue development phase in Dublin  city centre. Photograph: Alan Betson

In any form of investing, it is always difficult to fight sentiment. This is no less true when considering the negative popular perception that surrou(...)

Apple CEO Tim Cook (right) greets Jimmy Iovine during Apple's developer conference in San Francisco, California. Iovine brought record-label smarts to the company, but it hasn't helped them innovate in the streaming market. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

For the first time in my life, I’m considering buying a laptop that isn’t an Apple. I’m looking at the current range and seeing more minuses than plu(...)

Inspectors were appointed by the Workplace Relations Committee after 460 workers at Clerys, 130 directly employed and 330 indirectly employed, were made redundant in June  2015. Photograph: Frank Miller

D2 Private and its owner Deirdre Foley have appealed the High Court’s decision to dismiss their challenge against powers used by inspectors investiga(...)

The bright lights of Chicago, where shopping is the visitors’ favourite sport. Photograph: Getty Images

You say Chicago and I think Cubs (baseball), Bears (football) and Bulls (ice hockey). Add a legendary Irish rugby victory over the All Blacks (40-29, (...)

Noel Whelan: “The most significant impact of a vote for Brexit would be further dramatic political and economic instability within the EU at what is already a vulnerable time.”

Referendums campaigns are peculiar political animals. They give rise to alliances and divisions other than along traditional political fault lines or (...)

“There are escalators inside for Enda to make Donald Trump-style entrances down into the chamber (formerly the Cosmetics Hall and Karen Millen).” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Leinster House is falling down Falling down, falling down Leinster House is falling down Where will the Dáil go? The renovation work has to b(...)

Usit’s Aston Quay office where on Wednesday it is hosting an  information event in which a number of “major” employers of Irish students will conduct Skype interviews. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Interest in J-1 visas for 2016 working holidays in the US is already nearly double last year’s levels despite controversial new rules requiring appli(...)

A proposed investment could secure 29 jobs at well-known fashion outlet McElhinney’s of Athboy, Co Meath, the High Court was told Wednesday. Mr Justic(...)