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Clydaville Investments, which operates the Kilkenny store on Nassau Street, says the dispute arises out of a plan by the landlords, Setanta Centre Unlimited Company, to redevelop the centre.

The operators of the Kilkenny shop and restaurant in the Setanta Centre in Nassau Street, Dublin, fear the redevelopment of the centre will completely(...)

No pasta dish over €10: Sprezzatura, 5/6 Camden Market, Dublin

Most people don’t have the time or the skills to make their own pasta, so it will probably come as welcome news that Dublin is getting a new handmade (...)

People look out of their destroyed home in East End on Grand Bahama island on Tuesday. Photograph: Getty Images

The Bahamian government now believes there are 1,300 people missing after Hurricane Dorian plowed into the islands, a sharp decline from the 2,500 lis(...)

Trainer Aidan O’Brien and  Magical. “She is a very good filly.” Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Magical will lead Aidan O’Brien’s attempt to become the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes’ most successful figure this Saturday. Both O’Brien and Michael Ki(...)

A satellite image obtained from NOAA/RAMMB, shows Tropical Storm Dorian as it approaces the Bahamas and Florida. Photograph: Getty Images

South Carolina’s governor has ordered a mandatory evacuation of the state’s entire coast as Hurricane Dorian threatens. Henry McMaster’s order goes (...)

Owner Des Cooney: ‘If I had a euro for every photograph taken every day outside my shop, I’d be a rich man.’ Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

Famous furniture shop Knobs & Knockers is moving out of Dublin city centre after more than 40 years. Knobs & Knockers opened at 25 Nassau Str(...)

Irish romance: Tristan and Isolde in a 1902 painting by Edmund Leighton

From Dublin to Cork to Wicklow, follow in some famous footsteps and visit the sites of Ireland’s greatest love stories. As befits the count(...)

Modelled after a Victorian brothel, Lillie’s Bordello quickly established itself as a celebrity stomping ground and later became synonymous with  excesses of the Celtic Tiger.

‘End of an era’ and ‘Where will we go now?’ were the common refrains as partyogers of a certain vintage flocked to Lillie’s Bordello for one final dan(...)

Retail property is now undergoing an overdue development phase in Dublin  city centre. Photograph: Alan Betson

In any form of investing, it is always difficult to fight sentiment. This is no less true when considering the negative popular perception that surrou(...)

Dublin City Council’s head of traffic said there was an “urgent need” to reconfigure College Green to take account of increased numbers of pedestrians and cyclists “and the new requirement to cater for 55m-long Luas cross-city trams”.

Dublin City Council spent almost €1.5 million on the College Green plaza project, which was refused permission by An Bord Pleanála three weeks ago, it(...)

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