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Dooley Insurance Group managing director Tim Dooley: “As regards staff, I believe in hiring hard and managing easy.”

Set up in 1957, the Dooley Insurance Group has doubled its business through organic growth and acquisitions in the last five years. What is special a(...)

The site for the national children’s hospital in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Fallout from the row over the €1.7 billion bill for the national children’s hospital is slowing infrastructure spending and threatens Government devel(...)

Roni Tuominen, head of retail in JYSK Ireland. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Danish retail brand Jysk is to open three more stores in Ireland in the coming months, creating up to 50 jobs. The new stores will open in Drogheda a(...)

An aerial view of the subject site. The land is just 600m from the train station in Kildare town.

Agent Coonan Property is guiding a price of €6.5 million for a “ready-to-go” development site of 22.7 acres (9.17 hectares) in Kildare town with full (...)

Given the pretty miserable weather we have been having of late you could be forgiven for thinking that summer is still a long way off. But it is upon (...)

Rowan Cottage, to be auctioned on May 29th

If the thatched cottage is the quintessential Irish home then Peter Bennett’s – The Spinning Wheel, in Rathangan, Co Kildare – comes straight from cen(...)

Fianna Fáil’s  Barry Andrews speaking to media during the European count in the RDS, Dublin. Photograph: Collins

The fourth MEP elected in Dublin, and the fifth in the Ireland South constituency, will have no formal or informal position, no salary, expenses or fa(...)

 Mary Kelly and Grainne Devine at the Friends of St Brigid’s Hospice Charity Shop on Leixlip’s Main Street. Devine    believes Intel’s presence has had a positive effect on the town. Photograph: Mark Hilliard

In the early microchip capitals of the world, in Munich, Eindhoven and Boston, Irish emigrants were being tempted home. “We’ll set up shop in the lo(...)

Development land in demand: Sandyford in Dublin 18 had the second-largest deal, for the sale of a site with full planning permission for 459 apartments to Avestus for €38 million

Development land transactions are expected to pick up the pace in the second half of the year, with an estimated €240 million worth of land sale agree(...)

Louise Bruton:  “You can change how other people view disability by correcting them if they used outdated or insulting words like retard or wheelchair-bound.” Photograph: Dave Meehan

The value of friendship is something that coasts along with the various good times in life, but it truly reveals itself during the bad times. We all h(...)

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