Niall Horgan

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Sculpted by Aimee founder Aimee Connolly set up the business in 2016. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Aimee Connolly, founder and chief executive of Sculpted By Aimee, has won top prize in the Emerging Category at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award(...)

Chupi Sweetman, founder,  Niall Horgan, co-founder, of Gym+Coffee with Roger Wallace of EY. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The shortlist for the 2021 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced with Camile Thai founder Brody Sweeney and the team behind athleisure(...)

Jennifer O’Regan with her children Charlene (15), Scarlet (5), Michael (11), Victoria (13) and Madison (3): they have  been sleeping in a car as they seek accommodation in Cork. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

A mother who has been sleeping in her car in Cork with her five children has defended her decision to give up a property in Co Clare, saying that whil(...)

A file image of people queuing for rental accommodation. Photograph: The Irish Times.

A tenancy protection service which has been trialled in Cork for almost two years has prevented 2,600 people from becoming homeless last year, accordi(...)

Margaret O’Driscoll in her council home in Clonakilty, Co Cork. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

The housing crisis in Dublin may make more headlines, but the problem is not confined to just the capital with the combination of rising rents and sho(...)

 Households in the private rented sector and in receipt of rent allowance are enabled  to seek an increase where they face rent increases they cannot meet. The service has operated in Dublin since June last year.  Photograph: Eric Luke Staff Photographer

A “tenancy protection” scheme, aimed at keeping families at risk of homelessness in their homes, is being extended from Dublin to Cork city. Its ex(...)