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Barbara Whearty at  the Cuan building in Cromac Street, Belfast.  She and husband John-Paul have transformed it from a clutch repair workshop to a  coffee shop and event space

Belfast businesswoman and broadcaster Barbara Whearty owns and runs Cafe Cuan independent coffee shop and event space in central Belfast with her husb(...)

Workshop at Arran Street East

Want to give your home a lift but lack the know how? It’s time to go back to school and join one of the dizzying range of classes where you can learn (...)

Chief executive of Kastus John Browne and Alan Crean, vice-president of sales and marketing

Kastus, an Irish company responsible for the creation of a ground-breaking technology to prevent the spread of superbugs, has announced the closure of(...)

Additive manufacturing, which is more commonly described as “3D printing,” has been hailed in some quarters as part of the “fourth industrial revolution

A Dublin-based research centre has announced a €4.3 million 3D printing laboratory that is to play a central role in helping to uncover new materials (...)

Stock prices change because of supply and demand, and seasoned investors know that most day-to-day action is merely market noise. Photograph: Getty Images

Would you be nervous about your investments if you read that Wall Street “looked set for another day of market carnage”? On the other hand, if you we(...)

‘The Birds are on the Move’, with an estimated value of €60,000- €80,000, was owned by a former Swiss ambassador to Ireland, Guy de Keller. It dates from 1955.

Two paintings by Jack B Yeats – one unseen by the public for 70 years and the other returning to Ireland after 45 years in a private collection overse(...)

Prof Valeria Nicolosi of TCD’s Amber science centre: her team is developing a high-tech battery that can be camouflaged in any material. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A nanomaterials and energy storage expert at Trinity College Dublin’s Amber science centre has been awarded €2.5 million in funding to create a high-(...)

 Irish Hospitals Sweepstakes premises at Ballsbridge: The Hospitals Sweepstake argued the State had a moral obligation to its employees, as thoughts turned to the idea of the  National Lottery. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

A proposed national lottery would damage betting on horse racing, Lord Killanin warned then taoiseach Garret FitzGerald in 1985, State papers show. (...)

Detail from In The Long Grass, Near Killaloe, by John Murphy, estimated at €2,500-€4,000

Results: Wednesday (November 18th) Bonhams, London, modern British and Irish art. House Tops, Tetuan, View from the House of the British Minister by S(...)

Detail from ‘Une Parisienne’ by Ernest Ange Duez

Results: Sunday (January 18th) Dolan’s Art Auction House, Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork. Towards the Lake Isle of Innisfree by Arthur K Maderson(...)

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