Booterstown

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The €1.15 million infill redevelopment site on Poplar Row, in Fairview, which Kelly Walsh sold

Agent Kelly Walsh has sold a portfolio of six creches let to Park Academy for €7.28 million. The properties were producing annual rents between €47,42(...)

Parents whose children  will be starting school in the next five years will be entitled to vote using the Department of Education’s new online patronage process system. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Parents will on Monday be invited to vote for their preferred patron bodies to run 12 new primary schools which will be established next year in areas(...)

Fr Tony Coote, who has motor neuron disease. Photograph: Dave Meehan

At 9.30am on Tuesday, Fr Tony Coote (54) will set off from Letterkenny, Co Donegal, on a marathon fundraising journey that, all going well, will see h(...)

Vista Building at Elmpark Green

One of the most distinctive office buildings in the Dublin suburbs goes on sale from May 30th. Joint agents CBRE and Colliers International are guidin(...)

Ola Majekodunmi is finishing her final year in English, Media and Cultural Studies at the Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology

Ola Majekodunmi’s fluency in the Irish language started with the delivery of a flyer through the door of her family home. She was just seven months o(...)

All new schools are due to open from 2019 to 2022. Photograph: David Sleator

More than 40 new schools with places for 20,000 pupils are due to be established over the next four years, mostly in the Greater Dublin Area, to keep (...)

News reaches the Block that that distinctive turreted Booterstown house with links to John Count McCormack has found a buyer. Glena, just down from th(...)

Shares in Dalata, which owns the Clayton and Maldron hotel chains, currently trade at around €6.40 on the Irish Stock Exchange

An Investec report has upgraded its outlook on hotel group Dalata, increasing its earnings expectations by 5 per cent and raising its price target to (...)

I’m collecting Sorcha from Sophie’s at the Dean – the venue for the latest Mount Anville Past Pupils Association Networking Breakfast. Sorcha loves th(...)

‘By the time mid-January rolls around, it’s not unusual for our finances to be teetering close to peril.’

January always feels like a threadbare month, not least in comparison with the excess and bombast of December. Yet by the time mid-January rolls aroun(...)

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