Alan Hegarty

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The Basta locks and ironmongery brand employed 48 people. It was based in Sligo where it was founded more than 60 years ago

A group of building industry players, including the daughter of former developer Liam Maye, has bought the Basta locks and ironmongery brand out of ex(...)

Holidaymakers enjoying the summer sun on the beach at Brittas Bay, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Eric Luke

Brittas Bay boasts one of the finest stretches of sand on Ireland’s eastern seaboard and for much of the year, its 5km stretch can be virtually empty.(...)

O’Connell’s Victuallers, Limerick city, opened in 1919 by Paddy O’Connell and taken over by Philip Craughan and run now by his son Paul, “has the friendliest and most genuine staff,” says Grace Sheridan.

The family-run section of Best Shops competition has readers writing in their droves. Ian McKenna loves Mullins in Donegal Town, run by Kieran and se(...)

Westlink: facilities include 31 units with an overall floor area of 16,722sq m (180,000sq ft)

One of Dublin’s longest-established business parks, the 30-year-old Westlink industrial estate in Ballyfermot, Dublin 10, has been sold by Irish Life (...)

Proposed site at Strand Road in Portmarnock

Like many coastal areas of the capital, Portmarnock has seen its share of growth in recent times with developments such as Kingsford Cross bringing ne(...)

Weslin was founded in 2000 and has experience in residential, retail, commercial new build and fit out, industrial and civil engineering. (Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters)

Irish development and investment group Ardale Property has completed its acquisition of Weslin Construction, which was in examinership. The €500,000 d(...)

The National Assets Management Agency is seeking orders removing the widow of developer Liam Maye as executor of his estate and replacing her with an administrator chosen by it or the court.

The National Assets Management Agency, in the first application of its kind before the Commercial Court, is seeking orders removing the widow of de(...)