Under the ‘country of origin’ principle, a broadcaster with a licence in any EU state can broadcast into any other EU market. Photograph: iStock.

The broadcasting regulator is in talks with two UK-licensed broadcasters about obtaining new European Union licences after Brexit, but a hoped-for int(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin (left) and Labour’s Alan Kelly were among  TDs who reported receiving donations to the Standards in Public Office Commission last year. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin and Michael McGrath, his finance spokesman, received €1,000 each from their party last year, official records show. (...)

Gareth (Gaz) Smith, centre, new owner of Michael’s Italian in Mount Merrion, with chefs Gul Azam left and Ahmer Ansari

Seasonal Sundays Sundays have become a time to celebrate seasonal, organic Irish vegetables at Forest & Marcy on Leeson Street in Dublin, John a(...)

Homes on the upper levels will have uninterrupted views over much of Dublin Bay and the Dublin mountains.

The UK property developer U+I is planning to sell a site with planning permission for an upmarket apartment development in Sandyford, Co Dublin. Joi(...)

The Ballycullen, south Dublin, site has planning permission for 74 houses

A site with planning permission for 74 three- and four-bedroom houses in south Dublin is to be offered for sale by way of a licence agreement by Nama-(...)

The joint agents are guiding €1.8m for the 4.32 hectares which are to be sold on the instructions of receivers Michael Madden and Michael Coyle of HWBC Allsop

A substantial town centre site in Tullamore, Co Offaly, with obvious development potential has come on the market through Cushman & Wakefield and (...)

The Standards in Public Office Commission returns show Declan Kelly donated €1,000 to his brother Alan (above) and €1,499 to the Labour Party in Tipperary

The brother of former Labour minister for the environment Alan Kelly made a number of donations to party politicians last year. The latest Standards (...)

Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor and  Kerry’s Paul Murphy with (back row) Ger Brennan (Dublin), Armagh’s Ciaran McKeever, Derry’s Chris Haigue, Limerick’s Seamus Hickey, Wexford’s Ursula Jacob and Mayo’s Fiona McHale at  the launch of GPA Madden Leadership Programme at Croke Park.  Photo: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

To criticise the GPA for working too closely with the GAA is “ridiculous” according to GAA director general Páraic Duffy, because initiatives such as (...)

New York-based Irish businessman Michael Madden updated us this week on his investments around the world. Microfinance is Madden’s speciality, via a D(...)