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Elephant & Castle, Temple Bar, is owned by Press Up

A report on the impact of anti-virus restrictions that was prepared for the Press Up hospitality group claims taxpayers could face an industry compens(...)

Press Up Group whose Dublin premises include Elephant & Castle claims it stands to lose more than €20 million by the end of the year. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

One of the biggest restaurant and pub groups in the State has taken legal action against the Government over the extension of the Covid-19 restriction(...)

Press Up, owner of Elephant & Castle, has given the Government until next Tuesday to give notification if it intends to extend the restrictions or it will take legal action.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

One of Dublin’s biggest restaurant groups has threatened the Government with legal action if it extends coronavirus restrictions on pubs and restauran(...)

The Devlin Hotel in Ranelagh, Dublin 6.

Press Up Entertainment, the fast growing hospitality group, has launched legal action against an insurer in relation to business interruption insuranc(...)

An Amazon warehouse. The company has opened a 6,800sq m ‘delivery station’ at Greenogue Business Park in southwest Dublin with 20 staff. Photograph: Getty Images

Some stock brokers have had to put new customers on a waiting list, as “armchair investors are rushing to open trading accounts in the hope of picking(...)

The student residences are located next to the National College of Ireland’s IFSC campus in Dublin

US-based Exeter Property Group has acquired the student residences at the National College of Ireland (NCI) in Dublin’s IFSC for a sum believed to be (...)

New hotel: the Marlin, on Bow Lane, in Dublin 8. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

IN THE MIDST OF A HOUSING CRISIS, SCORES OF HOTELS ARE BEING BUILT IN OR PLANNED FOR THE CAPITAL. ARE THEY RUINING OR ENHANCING THE CITY? “Anoth(...)

The 300-bedroom Marlin Hotel on Bow Lane East in Dublin 2 is one of several large new establishments being constructed in the centre of the city. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

More than 15,000 new hotel rooms are being planned for Dublin over the next three to five years, almost doubling the city’s current capacity. A compr(...)

Bryan O’Sullivan (left) and his husband James O’Neil who  works with him in the London-based business. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

London-based Bryan O’Sullivan was named Elle Décor Interior Designer of the Year this week, an award in the design community akin to the Oscars. “It h(...)

It is estimated that Boylesports paid €12 million to €18 million for the William  Hill business in North.

Boylesports has paid an estimated €18 million for 33 William Hill betting shops in the north, making the company Ireland’s biggest retail bookie. The(...)

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