Michael Moran

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A computer-generated image of the new houses built by Seabren at Cromwellsfort Court in Dublin 12.

Seabren Developments – the company led by Michael Moran of the Red Cow Moran Hotel and Johnny O’Loughlin – has completed the sale of 12 three-bedroom (...)

Artist’s impression of three-bedroom houses at Annesley Gardens in Ranelagh, Dublin 6

Ranelagh village is set to get a new address with the launch of Annesley Gardens, a new development to be built on a 1.25-acre site sandwiched between(...)

Photographic Genius Award: Fianna Fail’s Waterford TD Mary Butler got 31 colleagues, mostly TDs, to pose together for a photograph on Merrion Square to signal support for the No campaign in the abortion referendum. Photograph: Fianna Fáil

Politician of the season Simon Harris won plaudits from all sides of the Yes campaign for his handling of the abortion referendum campaign. The Mini(...)

Dunville Close residential site, Ranelagh, Dublin: the site has been owned by the same family since 1944 and comes with Z1 residential zoning

An infill housing site close to Ranelagh village in Dublin has been sold for €8.7 million – a long way ahead of the guide price of €4.9 million-plus. (...)

John O’Sullivan (The Irish Times), Arklow captain Mark Byrne, lady captain Bernie Darcy, secretary Bob Deignan and Tom Nallen, head of Customer-Commercial at Allianz, at Mount Juliet Golf Club. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan.

Few wait until the first tee box. The car park in Mount Juliet is the perfect setting to road test the game face while unloading golf bags, electric c(...)

Harrington celebrates after clinching his first

Ireland has enjoyed a long and storied history with the Open Championship since early in the 20th century. Ahead of this year's 146th playing of the t(...)

The Original Dixieland Jazz Band: despite their worldwide acclaim from 1917 until 1925 they have largely been ignored or derided in jazz history

This year marks the centenary of the issuing of the first ever jazz record. This was Victor Catalogue Number 18255 released by the Victor Talking Mach(...)

Anthonie Van Wilderoden set up a company that sells insects as a speciality foodstuff. Photograph: David Buffington/Getty Images

A businessman who sells edible insects faces jail for a professional shoplifting scheme where he stole high-value household goods to order. Anthonie (...)

A Guinness advertisement in Elephant and Castle, London. Photograph: Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Getty Images

The great Irish novelist John McGahern, who died 10 years ago, recalled in his memoirs how a labourer from Clare, working on a London building site in(...)

The apple pie fries with salted caramel dip are “phenomenal”, we’re told. They are. Phenomenally ordinary, like party food from Iceland

The universe did not want me to eat in Zozimus. I should have listened to the universe. It starts with the phonecall to try to book a table. Looks lik(...)

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