Brian O Neill

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The plaque was unveiled in December on Cabra Bridge.

The destruction of a plaque in Cabra, north Dublin commemorating the 1916 Rising has been called “shocking, disappointing and upsetting” by the chairm(...)

Worldspreads chief financial officer Niall O’Kelly, chairman Lindsay McNeile and chief executive Conor Foley at a group agm in 2009. Photograph: Alan Betson

On December 24th, while the rest of us were hanging up our Christmas stockings, the Companies Registration Office was stamping as “received” the final(...)

Urban regeneration: Friedrich Ludewig from Acme Architects on Dublin’s Moore Street.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The man given the task of regenerating a significant portion of Dublin’s north inner city is nicknamed Golden Boots but when Friedrich Ludewig arrive(...)

Volunteer tour guide Noleen Bryan during the Azure Tour conversation in art, dementia-friendly tours in Chester Beatty Library, with Michael and Kay Coll and Gregory and Úna Barrett. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The nuns have the flu, and so won’t be joining the group. There has just been a phone call from the retirement home where they reside in south Dublin (...)

Ronan McGreevy None of the recommendations made by a Government-appointed group on internet safety have been implemented four years on, according to(...)

 File photograph of  Moore Street in Dublin. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Opening the final headquarters of the 1916 Rising leaders to the public remains a “top priority”, Minister for Heritage Josepha Madigan has said. In(...)

Under the Open labs programme, a team of DIT researchers will work to complete an R&D project in a mutually agreed time span. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A new programme from DIT Hothouse is set to open up access for small and medium-sized businesses to researcher expertise, labs and equipment. The Ope(...)

In April 2012, the Central Bank suspended Marketspread’s licence for three weeks, citing concerns over audit and capital adequacy

Financial spread betting business, Shelbourne Markets, lost €911,000 in the year running up to its sale to London-based ETX Capital, the latest figur(...)

A new study of child internet use, Net Children Go Mobile, which has surveyed 500 nine-to-16-year-old internet-using children in each of seven Europea(...)

The vast majority of Irish children believe they know more about the internet than their parents, yet 43 per cent still don’t know how to use the “(...)

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