The Irish-born chef and writer talks about her life with Harry Herbert, plans for the future and her new book of quick, weeknight suppers If the(...)

Royal Hibernian Way occupies a prominent position on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre.

Aviva will be hoping to capitalise on the continuing international appetite for prime Dublin office investments with the launch of Royal Hibernian Way(...)

One Molesworth Street on Dawson Street in Dublin, developed by Irish property investment group Green Reit.

Dublin city centre is set to get its first new cinema in many years after plans for a new two-screen facility in Dawson Street have been given the gre(...)

Irishman Patrick Powell is heading up the kitchen at one of London's most hotly anticipated new restaurants

When the new London restaurant Allegra opened last week, on the seventh floor of The Stratford development in Stratford, the late grandmother of its I(...)

‘Time moves very quickly, it’s a very exciting city,’ says the London resident chef Robin Gill. Photograph: Jamie Lau / John Lewis Partnership

Robin Gill is one of Ireland’s top chefs. He has three restaurants in London, including the acclaimed The Dairy in Clapham and will open his next in N(...)

Belfast once boasted the most bombed hotel in Europe. It was arguably the only claim to fame its hotel sector had during the dark days of the Troubles(...)

Marco Pierre White and Paul Harrington.

We know he can sing, he’s got that Eurovision gong and a career spanning more than three decades to prove it. But who knew Rock ’n’ Roll kid Paul Harr(...)

 French chef Sebastien Bras  in the kitchen of his three-star restaurant Le Suquet, in Laguiole,  France. Photograph: Remy Gabaldaremy Gabalda/AFP/Getty Images

It’s a first. The prestigious Michelin guide has allowed a top French restaurant to drop out of its coveted guide after its chef said he didn’t want t(...)

Geraldine Fitzpatrick and Marco Pierre White

What is your death row meal? Geraldine: My nerves would get to me. So maybe an omelette and a prayer. Marco: The truth is, at that stage in the game (...)

Six Nations panellist Shane Horgan with ‘Ireland’s Got Talent’ judges Michelle Visage, Louis Walsh, Denise Van Outen and Jason Byrne at the TV3 Group spring launch. Photograph: Paul Sharp/SharpPix

TV3 Group managing director Pat Kiely has hailed positive audience momentum as “a huge vote of confidence” in its strategy after a commercially “diffi(...)

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