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The six stores, in Kilkenny, Clonmel, Balbriggan, Maynooth, Arklow and Ennis,  are currently operated by existing franchisees David Power and Tony Flanagan. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish retailer Eason is to expand its company-owned store network after agreeing to acquire the trading businesses of six franchised stores. The sum (...)

The refurbished Curragh Racecourse with its centrepiece – the new stand. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

After four years and just over €80 million the new Curragh opens to the public today. Irish racing’s flagship facility has been built. The question no(...)

The final cost of the Curragh racecourse redevelopment is expected to come in just under €81 million. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The final cost of the redeveloped Curragh racecourse is expected to come to just over €80 million. Irish racing’s biggest ever capital development pr(...)

A view of the new stand at the Curragh Racecourse. The 10,500 square metre stand caters for up to 6,000 people inside its four levels while its surrounds can cope with over 10,000.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Almost two decades after the Aga Khan announced a decrepit Curragh needed urgent resuscitation, construction work on Irish racing’s spectacular new sh(...)

Kate O’Connell TD   with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, John Higgins, president and chief commercial officer, Avolon and Dómhnal Slattery, CEO, Avolon, at the official opening of Avolon’s new Global HQ at No.1 Ballsbridge. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Japanese financial services group Orix has struck a $2.2 billion (€1.9 billion) deal to buy a 30 per cent stake in Dublin-based aircraft lessor Avolon(...)

Wu Wei played at New Music Dublin 2018: Defrosted at the weekend.

You just can’t envy John Harris, the director of the New Music Dublin festival. At the beginning of March the so-called Beast from the East and Storm (...)

David Power: world premiere at the National Concert Hall of a new work inspired by his version of a very old Irish tune, ‘Gol na mBán san Ár’

It has long been well known in Ireland that, around this time of year, the wind may shake the barley. There’s even a ballad on the subject to warn us.(...)

Avolon’s headquarters in Dublin. Orix Corporation agreed to buy 30 per cent of Avolon from Bohai Capital.

Aircraft lessor Avolon’s deal with Japanese giant Orix is likely to cut the Irish aviation financier’s borrowing charges. Orix Corporation agreed to (...)

The passing of piper Liam O’Flynn (above) and Claddagh Records founder Garech de Brún mark the departure of two pivotal figures from the Irish traditional music firmament

The passing of Liam O’Flynn and Garech de Brún mark the departure of two pivotal figures from the Irish traditional music firmament. O’Flynn came from(...)

While John Harris wants to ‘salvage as much as we  can’, pressure  of time and space are weighing against him

Snow has been everywhere this last week and the New Music Dublin Festival was among the casualties. It can’t have been easy for festival director John(...)

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