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Bridget Lawlor (pictured at work in St Chad’s Hospital in Birmingham in  1955) was among the many Irish women to emigrate to Britain to work for the NHS.  Photograph: Raymond Kleboe/Picture Post/Getty Images

It’s a bleak February morning, and I’m walking across Phibsboro, talking with my mam on the phone. The calving season is at its height down on the far(...)

The site has more than 110 metres of frontage to Kevin Street Lower and is also bounded by Camden Row, St Kevin’s Park, Liberty Lane and New Bride Street

The former DIT Kevin Street campus – one of the best city centre redevelopment sites to come on the market for years – is quoting more than €80 millio(...)

Grantham House is at the junction of Grantham and Camden streets

A retail and office investment on a busy Dublin 8 corner is guiding €4.5 million through agent Cushman & Wakefield. Grantham House, at the juncti(...)

Kwanghi Chan and Kevin Hui. Photograph: Kate Packwood

Growing up in America in the 1980s, I longed to be Molly Ringwald. At 41, I am at home with being Chinese. My mother, who was born in Taiwan but grew (...)

The London Irish Centre opened in Camden in 1955 to meet the needs of newly arrived Irish emigrants.

The London Irish Centre is to receive £1 million (€1.15m) from the Irish Government to redevelop its premises in the city. The centre, which opened i(...)

Ceire Sadlier: I drive past Trinity College, Busáras, The Five Lamps. The tears peter out in North Strand Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

It is the last time that we are going to be in the apartment together. We are standing in the spot where he asked me to marry him, in the middle of fo(...)

TheKeyCollections founders Nina Gillett and Sheila O’Riordan.

Full-year profit at hospitality group TheKeyCollections rose by a third to €1.2 million last year. Revenue for the group, which manages and operates(...)

A file photograph of Alice Leahy at the Alice Leahy Trust on Bride Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin needs a very basic shelter for the homeless where no questions are asked, said Alice Leahy, director of services at Dublin’s Alice Leahy Trust.(...)

12 Camden Street Upper has been in the ownership of the Brady family since the early 1920s and has housed a pharmacy since 1894.

A mixed-use investment on a prominent Dublin 2 corner is new to the market at more than €1.3 million through agent Cushman & Wakefield which would(...)

New regulations may simply play into the hands of larger wine producers and multiple retailers who ship in huge quantities. Photograph: iStock

Most of the really interesting wines are made by small producers, usually a family business with two or three employees. Typically, they grow their ow(...)

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