Alan Clancy

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British Open Champion Shane Lowry of Ireland celebrates with family and friends on the 18th green at Portrush. Photograph: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

12.04pm: Shane Lowry arrives to the golf course, jumps out of the car and walks in hand-in-hand with daughter Iris, brother, Alan, Brian Moran and Ala(...)

The Vintage Cocktail Club, owned by Paddy McKillen Jr’s Press Up Entertainment group

There is a gold rush under way in the sizzling Dublin pubs market, which is swinging like a prohibition-era speakeasy. Sales in bars rose 5.5 per cen(...)

Jerry Conlan:  one of the  “Maple 10” developers who tried to save Anglo Irish Bank in a secret share-buying scheme, he has joined the NolaClan board.

A company linked to well-known property developer Jerry Conlan has taken a substantial stake in NolaClan, the sprawling hospitality group controlled b(...)

Each Sunday, Renatus produces a lengthy “synopsis” of the business news of the three Sunday broadsheets. Photograph: Getty Images Secretary Adam Lerrick: eight months on from his nomination, he has yet to receive even a date for his Senate hearing

Given a choice between paying something for a product, or paying nothing for an unauthorised version, many consumers will plump for the latter if it s(...)

St Stephen’s Green. The  9 Below  is pitched as a different concept in the Dublin bar scene

Publican Alan Clancy, who controls the NolaClan group behind House on Dublin’s Leeson Street, will on Thursday open a new high-end bar in the basement(...)

It’s all change on the Dublin drinking scene these days with a new breed of pub barons taking over

It’s nearly time to place the next order on the carousel that is the Dublin pubs market After filing plans last week to flatten Howl at the Moon pub,(...)

Trevor O’Shea, one of the new breed of investors at the vanguard of the bristling Dublin pub scene, was up at 5am on Wednesday sending emails to a hea(...)

Lorraine Byrne: “The aim was to offer something that combined a mix of food influences with a homemade twist.”

The first Gourmet Food Parlour restaurant opened in Dún Laoghaire in 2006, the second in Swords in 2008 and the third in Malahide in 2010. The company(...)