Paul Carty

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The Government imposed some of the EU’s toughest restrictions on travel, hospitality and other businesses last year in an effort to contain Covid-19. Photograph: iStock

Travel chiefs voiced anger at Government’s lack of post-Covid recovery plans for their industries at a private meeting hosted by State body Fáilte Ire(...)

Construction workers make their way to a site along the quays in Dublin. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty

The Covid-19 lockdown will leave home building far short of the 28,000 originally predicted for this year, according to Ballymore Properties chief exe(...)

Catherine Toolan, who takes over as managing director of Guinness Storehouse

The State’s most visited tourist attraction, the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, has appointed a new managing director to replace Paul Carty, who has s(...)

Paul Carty, Ballymore Group’s new director of construction in Ireland.

Developer Seán Mulryan’s Ballymore Group has named Paul Carty as its new director of construction in Ireland as the company advances two key projects (...)

Catherine O’Grady Powers runs Glen Keen Farm and they offer Chinese people the opportunity for an authentic sheep-farming experience with shepherding, sheep-shearing, wool-dyeing and turf-cutting

Next month’s introduction of direct flights to Dublin from Beijing and Hong Kong, combined with new attractions such as farm visits, will provide a ma(...)

An architects’ impression of the extension to the Gravity Bar at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin.

The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is planning to double the size of its Gravity Bar as part of a €16 million expansion. Subject to planning permissio(...)

New Yorker James Morrissey and his wife, Kaitlin, arriving at the Guinness Storehouse to spend the night in a specially created 'bedroom' in the Gravity Bar

If Guinness designed penthouses . . . they’d put one in the Gravity Bar, hire Irish craft and design talent to transform the space, lay on a six-cours(...)

Zenith will continue to honour all existing Irish policies.

An overseas insurer has pulled back on its exposure to the Irish motor market as the industry grapples with losses amid rising court injury awards. (...)

Guinness Storehouse: the St James’s Gate premises takes visitors through the history of the stout

Almost 1.5 million visitors poured into the Guinness Storehouse in 2015, breaking previous visitor records and making it once again Ireland’s most pop(...)

Barrels at cooperage display in the Guinness Storehouse.

Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse has been named as Europe’s leading tourist attraction, beating the Paris’s Eiffel Tower, Barcelona’s La Sagrada Familia, (...)

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