John Farrell

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O’Connell Street in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A high-profile GP has said vaccinated people should stay away from unvaccinated people in indoor settings unless that person is a wearing a mask. Dr (...)

“We saw what happened when banks became overly reliant on international markets for funding and there is now a similar risk emerging in insurance.”

Irish general insurers moved risks tied to €2.8 billion of motor to public liability premiums in 2019 to international reinsurance companies, equating(...)

Aviva Insurance Ireland saw its operating profit fall to €35 million last year from €54 million. This was mainly the result of net premiums dropping 7 per cent to €440 million.

Aviva Insurance Ireland’s total remuneration for senior executives doubled in 2020 to €4 million, a year of major change at the top ranks of the UK-ow(...)

Further strain on the Covid-19 testing system could create a scenario where people with symptoms of the disease are not tested automatically, a doctors’ organisation has warned. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Further strain on the Covid-19 testing system could create a scenario where people with symptoms of the disease are not tested automatically, a doctor(...)

A party in a box is quite a promise, but 777 really delivers.

Getting a table at 777, John Farrell’s Mexican restaurant on George’s Street, was never easy. Long, narrow, and always buzzing; dishes cost €7.77 on S(...)

Adrian O’Sullivan, the manager of Tesco in Rush, Co Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Adrian O’Sullivan, manager of Tesco in Rush, Co Dublin, knows his queue of customers is building if he can see it outside the window of the fire exit (...)

Irish Times restaurant reviewer Catherine Cleary: ‘Serious State support will be needed to salvage anything from the wreckage.’ Photograph: Tom Honan

It ended appropriately on a night of weirdness. I stood outside Amy Austin on Dublin’s Drury Street last Friday, unsure if I could go in. It was packe(...)

New wine bar, Amy Austin, which opens on Thursday on Dublin’s Drury Street. Photographs: Crispin Rodwell

Amy Austin, a new 30-seat wine bar, opens on Thursday just at the entrance to the Drury Street car park in Dublin 2. The newcomer will have 16 wines a(...)

Rory O’Connell filming a new food travel series on location with Appetite Media

All week, in celebration of St Patrick’s Day, on March 17th, our writers and correspondents are bringing you the best of Irish talent in the arts and (...)

St Andrews Church, the former headquarters of Dublin Tourism, will be home to a new food market with 15 outlets serving up to 400 diners.

A Continental style food hall, with 15 outlets serving up to 400 diners, is to open in Dublin city centre next summer, following a €6 million fit-out (...)

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