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HamsandwicH lead singer Niamh Farrell and Stevo Berube, founder of independent music company Berube Communications

What is your favourite place to visit? Stevo: Back home to Texas. I’ve only been back home about four times in 30 years. But those emotions of your c(...)

When Lost In Translation was released in 2003, it became many a cinephile’s dream to go and immerse themselves in the brilliant, bizarre culture of Ja(...)

Louis Walsh: 'I say things I shouldn’t say and as I’m saying it I know I shouldn’t say it.' Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

“I never wanted to be on TV,” says one of Britain and Ireland’s biggest TV stars. “It was never part of the plan. Never, ever. I just wanted to be a m(...)

Residence on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin is due to  reopen in the spring with an “all-inclusive” bar and restaurant on the site. Photograph: Kenneth O’Halloran

The Dublin venues Residence and Restaurant 41 on St Stephen’s Green will be closed for the next couple of months as its new owners fully refurbish the(...)

 Dolores O’Riordan performs with The Cranberries in Holmdel, New Jersey, US, on September 9th, 1996. File photograph: Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times

“Can you lend me 20 quid and buy me a drink” was the first thing Dolores O’Riordan ever said to me. It was in early 1993 in Fibber Magee’s pub on Parn(...)

A spokeswoman for Press Up said there are no changes planned for the Elephant and Castle in the immediate term. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

One of Dublin’s most popular restaurants, the Elephant & Castle, has been acquired by Paddy McKillen jnr’s Press Up Entertainment Group for an und(...)

Paul Kelly:  A report said “CEO [Paul Kelly] and the external accountant stated that the original Visa statements were missing but duplicate copies had been ordered from the bank”. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A certain reticence was evident in information supplied to Health Service Executive auditors by Console when it came to Visa card spending details pro(...)

& Other Stories: the new facade will use a rhythm of slender vertical elements formed in anodised bronze set up in a cascading pattern.

Another building on Grafton Street in Dublin is to get a facelift. The former Awear store opposite Brown Thomas at number 26/27 is to be upgraded and(...)

McDonald’s on Grafton Street had been paying €1.15 million until its lease ran out in 2011. The rent subsequently dropped to €600,000. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

McDonald’s fast-food outlet on Dublin’s Grafton Street is among eight retail investments and five office blocks which have just been bought by Irish L(...)

7-11 Grafton Street: four shops including McDonalds which are bringing in an overall rent of €1,820,000. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

With the Dublin retail market, as well as the suburban office sector, rapidly recovering, Royal London Asset Management is planning to offload eight r(...)

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