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CGI artist’s impression of the Prism building, Cork

“If Apple was coming to Cork today it wouldn’t be going up to Hollyhill; it would be directed to all that space in the docklands which, incidentally, (...)

Limerick cream jug, 1737-1740, €17,000 from Weldon’s

More than 100 dealers will bring the best of their stock to the South Court Hotel in Limerick for the National Art & Antique Fair on November 10th(...)

‘The last time we were in there, the triplets smashed an eight-foot-high Chewbacca into about a million pieces and I left without paying for the damage.’

Sorcha has decided she needs an entire new work wardrobe, so into town we go. I throw the cor into the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre cor pork, then (...)

Paddy McKillen. IBRC sued Mr McKillen in the Irish courts in July 2014 to recover 25 per cent of the €45 million loan extended by the bank to the Belfast developer. File photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The liquidators of the former Anglo Irish Bank claim a US legal action by businessman Paddy McKillen over his “Maple 10” loan is an attempt to frustra(...)

The centre is a mainly one-storey building with 11,300sq m of shops located at a junction between the Cork suburbs of Bishopstown, Glasheen and Wilton.

Investor York Capital and developer Paddy McKillen’s Clarendon Properties could gain at least €16 million from selling Cork’s Wilton Shopping Centre, (...)

“We really cut our teeth and made loads of connections and became a presence in the scene.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

My friend Liana had got access to a space on Clarendon Street [Dublin 2]. The problem was, there were several skips worth of junk and debris in it. Sh(...)

A man who pushed a 62-year-old woman in front of busy traffic during a random Dublin city centre attack has been given a suspended sentence. Marcus K(...)

34-37 Clarendon Street is available to let immediately

A rent of €484 per sq m (€45/sq ft) is being quoted by Cushman & Wakefield for a flexible two- to three-year lease on a city centre office block a(...)

Bloody Sunday witness Paddy Walsh creeping towards Patrick Doherty, who was shot dead by Soldier F. The Saville Report found  Doherty  had been shot and mortally wounded as he tried to crawl to safety. Photograph: Gilles Peress

It takes time to walk the length of Clarendon Street in Derry – especially with a bomb in each hand. A long, steep street lined with Georgian houses, (...)

Despite his acknowledgement of Derry’s many problems in 1961,  the place enters Nairn’s imagination, describing it as “one of the most unexpected and paradoxical of our cities. For every hundred Englishmen who know York and Chester, how many know Derry?” Photograph: Getty Images

When the renowned architecture writer and broadcaster Ian Nairn visited Derry more than 50 years ago, the title of his essay was both concise and refl(...)

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