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Some of the young stars of Our Town: ‘You’ve got working-class Bray. You’ve got middle-class Bray... It’s in the shadow of Dublin, so it has this identity thing.’ Photograph: Arthur Janowsky

For Our Town, a documentary series about the lives of a diverse bunch of young people in the seaside town of Bray, Co Wicklow, director-producer Adria(...)

Montebello, Sinéad O’Connor’s seafront home in Bray, seeking €950,000

The Bray seafront period home owned by Dublin singer Sinéad O’Connor has been placed on the market seeking €950,000. The six-bedroom property, Monteb(...)

Strand View, a mid promenade scheme of 39 A3-rated apartments on the site of the former Cois Farraige Hotel launched quietly in July 2020.

A Bray seafront apartment scheme, currently under construction, looks to be benefitting from a pandemic-driven shift away from city centre living. Str(...)

Pharma giant MSD has agreed to buy Takeda’s state-of-the-art biologics plant in Dunboyne, Co Meath, where around 200 workers are currently employed

Pharma giant MSD has agreed to buy a state-of-the-art biologics plant in Dunboyne, Co Meath, where around 200 workers are currently employed. The dea(...)

 Pete Taylor: he received gunshot wounds to his chest and arm  in the 2018 shooting.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Boxing coach Pete Taylor has taken a personal injury case seeking compensation for injuries he sustained in a shooting two years ago at his boxing clu(...)

Out for a walk on a bright spring morning on Shankill Beach in south Co Dublin. Photograph: Laura Hutton

What’s so good about it? Much like its neighbours Killiney and Bray, the south Co Dublin coastal suburb of Shankill was developed in the 19th century(...)

One of the options retailers have with VillagePod is to offer cash back, either 1, 2 or 3 per cent on each transaction but the incentive is not mandatory to signing up

Businesses in the towns of Bray and Greystones, Co Wicklow, have been the test bed for new fintech start-up VillagePod, a payment system that has an e(...)

A gust of wind proves a challenge for bride-to-be Aisling Barron who was en-route to getting married at the Church of St Vincent de Paul on Griffith Avenue, Dublin.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

High turnout has been reported in many parts of the country as voting continues to elect the 33rd Dáil. Turnout was as high as 62 per cent in some ar(...)

When Patricia Aherne O’Farrell moved into a cottage on Upper Dargle Road in Bray 40 years ago, there was a hole in the floor of the now bright livingr(...)

President and CEO of Takeda Christophe Weber  at the official opening of Takeda Ireland’s new cutting-edge manufacturing facility at its Grange Castle site in Dublin. Photograph:   Jason Clarke

Christophe Weber is not afraid of bold moves. He was the first foreigner to lead Japan’s top pharmaceutical company, Takeda, when he was appointed in (...)

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