John Byrne

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There has been a fall off in golfers taking individual lessons, with more taking part in group lessons.

The role of the golf club professional has changed appreciably over the past decade or so and now involves a much broader remit than in times past. D(...)

The remains are carried from St Peter and Paul’s Church, Portlaoise after the funerals of father and son, Vincent and Sully (5) Rossi. Photograph: Colin Keegan/ Collins Dublin

A five-year-old-boy killed alongside his father in a car crash last week was described in his final school report read aloud during his funeral as car(...)

If Brexit has taught companies anything, it’s that change is constant - and can be unexpected.

In the weeks and months that followed the UK’s vote to leave the European Union in June 2016, John Byrne began to realise that the way his company doe(...)

Hygeia chief executive John Byrne: “It is the not knowing that is the most difficult part of it.” Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

It is all about March 29th and getting ready for the UK’s departure from the European Union, says John Byrne. The chief executive of Hygeia, the C(...)

The court heard Darren Larkin has 73 previous convictions. File Photograph: Collins Courts.

A vulnerable homeless man assaulted a motorist by hurling a rock through her passenger window, a court has heard. Garda Liam Carroll revealed that Ja(...)

Cartell says   Irish car buyers are now spending, on average, €30,130 on new cars in the first six months of 2018

While the Irish car market suffers the turmoils of Brexit-induced imports, dealers and importers can assuage themselves with one fact; we’re now prepa(...)

Hush: A Buffy Podcast

Now that 1990s nostalgia is in full swing (check out Everything Sucks on Netflix), I think it’s time to revisit the genius that was Buffy the Vampire (...)

Snow scene in Fairview Park, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Even in the most extreme weather events the business of death continues as undertakers, priests and gravediggers assist mourners and the dead. “I am (...)

A bank which claimed an 88-year-old woman had no defence to a debt she guaranteed on behalf of her son had put forward “fake evidence” in support of i(...)

Driven by the fall in the value of Sterling, imports surged last year to a record 93,000 cars

Nearly 500,000 used or privately imported vehicles are currently on Irish roads, representing over 20 per cent of the entire fleet in the Republic. Fi(...)

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