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No 1 High Street

Savills is seeking more than €4 million for an 18-year-old office building at No 1 High Street, Dublin 8, which will show a net initial yield of 5.7 p(...)

No 33-34 Essex Street East: full planning permission for restaurant use

Property agent CBRE expects considerable interest in a Victorian-style restaurant in the centre of Dublin’s busy Temple Bar area, which is for sale at(...)

Keeping school-age children happy and occupied during the summer holidays is no simple task. For many parents, choosing a summer camp, or two, or eigh(...)

Pop in to a pop-up: catch some great places to eat before they disappear

It’s been a pop-up summer, here one minute gone the next, so we thought we’d round up the best temporary places to eat. These are our pick of the week(...)

24 Lennox Place, Portobello,Dublin 6

24 Lennox Place, Portobello, Dublin 8 Terraced two-bedroom redbrick in a sought-after city location. Asking: €325,000 Sold: €355,000 Difference: 9 pe(...)

  Merchant’s Arch Bar on Wellington Quay, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Owners of a prominent Temple Bar pub have been told by Dublin City Council they cannot turn the venue into a “superpub” despite approval from the circ(...)

Hard Rock Cafe Dublin - “love all serve all” at the bar

As you walk into Dublin’s Hard Rock Cafe, just reopened after refurbishment, one big thing hits you. Or rather, doesn’t hit you. U2’s famous Trabant f(...)

Be One Inspire One event attendees cited unconscious bias and failure to be credited for work done among their concerns in relation to equality in the workplace.

The timing of women’s networking event Be One Inspire One in referendum week couldn’t be more apt, for Alison Cowzer, managing director of The Company(...)

“You can imagine Harry Windsor sailing a currach as easily as seeing him being dragged along in a gold-encrusted carriage. Let’s face it, he is our prince. Prince Harry is one of us.” Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

We hate them. But we love them really. Don’t we? We hate that we love them, and we definitely love to hate them. We can’t quite decide which it is. (...)

The Dublin Citi Hotel is based in two exquisite period buildings dating from 1868 and 1910 and featuring ornate brick walls and polished red granite

The Dublin Citi Hotel at the entrance to Temple Bar on Dame Street goes on the market today in a planned sale and leaseback arrangement expected to ap(...)

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