Hibernia Reit chief executive Kevin Nowlan. Photograph: Tom Honan

Dublin-listed property investment trust Hibernia Reit said its portfolio grew by 2.5 per cent in value to over €1.41 billion between October and Decem(...)

A fan looking for a ticket before last weekend’s Six Nations match against England at the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Thousands of tickets for the Six Nations have appeared for sale on the controversial website Viagogo for a combined €419,000, according to Guardian an(...)

Mason Hayes & Curran managing partner Declan Black. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Irish law firm Mason Hayes & Curran returned to growth in 2018, with revenue increasing by 8 per cent to €82 million, following growth across all (...)

Frank O’Donoghue QC. He  represented  former Ireland and Ulster rugby player Stuart Olding, who was acquitted after a rape trial in Belfast.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

People accused of rape should not receive anonymity before conviction unless they are likely to suffer “exceptional” reputational damage, the barriste(...)

Theresa May had the unenviable task of convincing parliament of the merits of a deal she evidently couldn’t convince her cabinet of

There were unruly scenes in the House of Commons this week as UK prime minister Theresa May pleaded with boorish MPs to give her Brexit deal – painsta(...)

 Hibernia chief executive Kevin Nowlan said   the company was considering selling the apartments to help fund the construction of homes and offices at Gateway, Newlands Cross. Photograph:  Tom Honan

Property investor Hibernia Reit may sell all of the more than 320 apartments it currently owns for almost €150 million to finance the building of new (...)

The acquisitions at Newlands Cross would “greatly increase the potential opportunities” for Hibernia at the enlarged site. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

Property investment company Hibernia Reit has acquired two parcels of land at Gateway/Newlands Cross, bringing its total interest in the area to 143.7(...)

StatSports co-founder Sean O’Conner, left, and Jarlath Quinn, chief global strategist. The  company provides GPS technology to track players and their movements. Photograph: James Forde

Irish sports tech company StatSports has scored yet again with a multimillion euro deal with the Chinese Football Association for its performance moni(...)

Peter Robinson with a photograph of his son Benjamin. Photograph: Stuart Wallace

Legal fees in a case regarding Benjamin Robinson, who died from brain trauma during a schools rugby match in 2011, are threatening to drive the Robins(...)

Revenue documents show that the Government intended scrapping the single property tax rate – tied to a home’s value – in favour of a new system based on where people live.

The Government plans to overhaul property tax to avoid a “timebomb” ahead of a general election, the Sunday Business Post reported. The paper said th(...)

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