Peter Collins

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Wexford Youths Katrina Parrock celebrates scoring the winning goal against Peamount United in the women’s FAI Cup final at the Aviva. Photograph:  Tommy Dickson/Inpho

There is something sensational about cup final day in Ireland. It truly is a magnificent time of the year where the cream of Irish soccer rises to the(...)

City Block 3 includes office and private rental accommodation.

Property investment firm Kennedy Wilson has acquired a 50 per cent share in a mixed-use development site in Dublin’s North Docks. The total price fo(...)

Pope Francis  waves as he arrives for his weekly general audience at the Vatican this week. Photograph:  Vincenzo Pinto/AFP/Getty Images

Hoteliers have said initial hype around the papal visit’s anticipated impact on accommodation never materialised, with availability and prices remaini(...)

Peter Collins of Kennedy Wilson photographed at its development at Clancy Quay in Dublin in 2016. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

Irishman Peter Collins is taking charge of US property player Kennedy Wilson’s European business. The Los Angeles-based real estate group said on Tue(...)

Zoran Varmuza, Duty Manager of Academy Plaza Hotel with a sign asking guests to conserve water. Photograph: Tom Honan

Overseas visitors to Ireland are more put out by the lack of air conditioning in hotels than the gentle requests for them to use less water during the(...)

Germany’s Thomas Müller, left, and Toni Kroos react after South Korea’s second goal. Photograph: Jewel Samad/AFP Photo

Day 14. The only wonder is that Gary Lineker didn’t sign off with “Don’t mention ze Var!” If he’d checked his Twitter feed in time, he’d have seen it (...)

Carlos Queiroz before his side’s World Cup 2018 Group B match against Spain. Roy Keane reveals his trues feelings for the Iran’s coach. Photograph:EPA

Polished and pathetic scenes. Roy Keane being neither on the subject of Iran manager Carlos Queiroz’s second coming at Manchester United. “For some (...)

Rents continue to hit highs and may average 5-6 per cent in Dublin over the next few years. That would bring the average rent in the capital up to more than €2,000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

When a French executive was relocating to Dublin earlier this year with a handsome allowance of €6,000 a month, he opted to set up home in a rental pr(...)

Phase two of Kennedy Wilson’s impressive residential development at Clancy Quay in Dublin

Real estate group Kennedy Wilson Europe (KWE) wants to more than double the number of residential units it has available for let in Ireland to about 5(...)

Creevy Pier in Co Donegal. Official figures show that the number of British visitors coming to the Republic fell 7 per cent in the first five months of 2017 Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Hospitality businesses face the loss of about €100 million this year as the fallout from Brexit hits British holidaymakers’ spending power, tourism ch(...)

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