David Brennan

12 results

Sarah-Davis Goff’s Last Ones Left Alive is an inventive, vividly realised feminist dystopia.

Where have all the writers gone? This year was marked by notable Irish debut novels from an engineer, civil servant and publisher, which tells us much(...)

Author David Brennan’s debut Irish novel gives us a vibrant new take on an age old story

If there are only seven basic plots in storytelling, as the maxim goes, you have to hand it to authors down through the ages for their loaves and fish(...)

Dublin Tourism Business Association chief executive David Brennan said he has detected a feeling among some tourism businesses in the capital that they are “not being listened to” by policymakers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A new lobby group for tourism businesses in Dublin is trying to recruit members amid criticisms of a State-backed tourism branding initiative for the(...)

Loretta Brennan Glucksman ‘has shown herself to be a proud Irish-American, giving back so generously to the land of her ancestors’, Mr Deenihan said.

Irish-American philanthropist Loretta Brennan Glucksman has been awarded the Tipp O’Neill Irish Diaspora Award for her “outstanding contribution to th(...)

Dublin city traders say  that, while they accept disruption from the latest Luas works will be inevitable, car users, in particular shoppers, must not be forced out of the city. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Concern is mounting among Dublin businesses over increasing restrictions on cars in the city centre. The main construction works for the Luas cross ci(...)

More than 75 cases were listed at the court, including numerous applications for payment of maintenance and maintenance arrears.

A father of two children ordered to pay €7.50 a week maintenance for each of them narrowly avoided being sent to jail at Bray District Court yesterday(...)

Thanksgiving is celebrated at Red Hook Community Justice Centre, Brooklyn’s community court

On a seemingly ordinary Monday in November 2012, New York City experienced a watershed moment when not a single violent crime was reported to police. (...)

The Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) is seeking permission to replace the Luas stop refused by the planning board near the entrance to the Royal Hibernian Way with a new stop outside Hodges Figgis bookshop. Photograph: David Sleator/THE IRISH TIMES

Plans to reinstate a northbound stop on Dawson Street for the new Luas Cross City line will be lodged with An Bord Pleanála in the coming weeks.The Ra(...)

Bernie Darcy  selling Christmas wreaths on Moore Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Whisper it but the retail trade is ever so slightly kicking its heels in the air and crossing its fingers that the weather will be as kind as busin(...)

Dublin city business may have lost between €2 million and €4 million yesterday due to the bus strike, business representative groups have claimed.The (...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • Next
  • Last »