Gerard O Hare

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City of Derry airport: The loss of the Derry to London Stansted route after flybmi ceased operations has raised concerns over the viability of the airport

The number of businesses seeking a type of ‘trusted trader’ status for faster border and customs checks in post-Brexit trade with the UK has surged, f(...)

Gerard O’Hare, general manager of Beagan’s, which lies 6km from the Border and has been in business for 60 years. Photograph: Ciara Wilkinson/The Irish Times

Gerard O’Hare’s phoneline has been busy. As general manager of Beagan’s, the country’s largest independent customs broker, he and his staff have been (...)

With planning permission to almost double its size, the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is back on the market, with a price tag of €600 million. Photograph: Eric Luke

Gerald Hines, the nonagenarian Texas-based developer behind an $89 billion (€79 billion) global property empire, recalls most fondly the deals he carr(...)

The 14-year-old Fairgreen Shopping Centre is 95 per cent let and produces a rental income of €2,705,000 per annum

The highly successful Fairgreen Shopping Centre in Carlow is to be sold by the Northern Ireland businessman Dr Gerard O’Hare, whose company Parker Gre(...)

Youth development: a concept graphic of the  proposed all-island tall ship. © Dykstra Naval Architects and Damen

Plans for an all-island tall ship to replace Asgard II have been unveiled by a cross-Border trust which has been working on the project for the past(...)

Three of the Four Tall Ships which Sailed into Dublin last year.  This year the race will travel to Belfast where it will be the largest event to be staged in the city to date. Photograph: Alan Betson /The Irish Times.

Belfast is set to welcome the Tall Ships Race back for the third time this summer which officials today said could attract 500,000 spectators and del(...)

Borrowings from some of the North’s best-known developers, including Patrick Kearney,  are included in the Nama sale. Mr Kearney is one of 10 developers known as the Maple 10 who acquired shares in Anglo Irish Bank in 2008. Photograph:  Laura Creamer/Property Week

Bidders for the National Asset Management Agency’s entire Northern Ireland loan book have been told it will cost a minimum of €1 billion to buy the(...)