John Moore

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Bob Dorrance,  chief executive  of TD Securities: ‘We took a view that we couldn’t afford to wait around to see how Brexit turned out’

Canadian financial services group Toronto-Dominion Bank aims to have 80 employees by the end of the year in its new European Union hub in Dublin, whic(...)

Nigel Farage during the Brexit Party’s European Parliament elections campaign launch in Coventry. Photograph: Darren Staples/Bloomberg

A few hundred people are crowded into a warehouse belonging to an industrial cleaning company, in an area called Longford in Coventry. It’s a peculiar(...)

Moore Hall: grounds have recently been acquired by Mayo County Council

The term “Republic of Connacht”, a concept still proudly remembered in those parts, is a fond misnomer. It was of course a Republic of Ireland that th(...)

A man hands out religious tracts to people taking part in the Belfast gay pride parade in August, 2004. Photograph: Brendan Murphy

In April 1998 when Tony Blair and Bertie Ahern were signing the Good Friday agreement at Castle Buildings, I was just coming to the end of a degr(...)

 Housing crisis: there are human stories behind every statistic. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

If we really saw family life as important and shelter as a human right, people would not tolerate the selling of distressed mortgages to foreign funds(...)

The way forward: Dublin City Council and Ó Cualann co-operative has built houses in Ballymun with a starting price of €140,000.

There are two giant roadblocks to solving the housing crisis. The first is the five-year electoral cycle. The second is the persistent refusal by poli(...)

Moorehall House and Estate has just been acquired by Mayo County Council.

Mayo County Council has acquired Moorehall House and Estate from Coillte. The site is the ancestral home of president of the Republic of Connacht Jo(...)

This is what the Dubliner, whose remains were found under College Green, might have looked like.

For more than 500 years the remains of a young man, no older than 35, lay in a mass grave under what is now Dublin’s College Green. His skeleton and(...)

John Moore (57) arrives at  Dublin District Court where he is charged with causing criminal damage to Eamon de Valera’s headstone in Glasnevin cemetery. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Dublin man accused of vandalising the headstone of former president and taoiseach Eamon de Valerahas told a court it was a “moment of madness”. Joh(...)

For 3D4Medical founder and chief executive John Moore, who set up his business in an attic room in Donnybrook in Dublin 4, it hasn’t been an easy road.

For a company whose work has been featured on Oprah, on the cover of Time magazine and in National Geographic to name but a few, 3D4Medical, which mad(...)

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