Grafton

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Woodie’s has enjoyed a sharp upturn in trade as the pandemic fuels demand home improvement products. File photograph: The Irish Times

Building materials group Grafton said revenue and profit rose in the four months to October 31st, finishing the period ahead of expectations. The gro(...)

RSCI, St Stephen's Green West

Not many have heard of the busiest firm in the capital who are remaking the city from grafton street to docklands Nearly everyone in Dublin know(...)

Ryanair closed 4.65%  up at €12.275 after hitting highs of €12.61 shortly before 11am

November trading kicked off strongly as positive economic data, including signs of a revival in manufacturing, boosted European markets on Monday. In(...)

The clinical trial for the Covid-19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Britain’s University of Oxford resumed in the United States on Friday. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP

Brexit fears, Covid concerns and pre-US election jitters unnerved investors on Monday, sending shares sliding at their fastest pace since early Septem(...)

 City centre revellers enjoy some last minute socialising before Level 5 lockdown started at midnight. Photograph by Crispin Rodwell

Gardaí broke up a large impromptu gathering with music on Grafton St, Dublin, just hours before the Republic entered Level 5 of the Living with Covid-(...)

Jeweller Roland Kennedy bails out his shop in heavy flooding on Winthrop Street, Cork city. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Traders in Cork city centre were counting the cost of yet another flood as they began a clean-up operation on Tuesday after high tides caused the Rive(...)

Building materials group and index heavyweight, CRH, added 2.31 per cent to €32.27, a move traders attributed to hopes of a US stimulus programme. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Gains for travel and banking stocks on the back of hopes for a Brexit deal and US stimulus package boosted European markets on Tuesday. DUBLIN Stron(...)

Yvonne Farrell (R) and Shelley McNamara. The pair met at university in 1974, and went on to found their firm Grafton Architects in 1978 in Dublin.

Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara have been awarded the Pritzker Prize for architecture, becoming the first Irish citizens to receive the internatio(...)

An illustrations from the plans to redevelop Colbert Station Quarter in Limerick.

A major plan to construct thousands of homes on over 100 acres of State-owned land in Limerick city with Colbert rail station as a central transport h(...)

An empty Grafton Street in April. Footfall levels are currently at about 50% of pre-Covid levels on Grafton Street, accordking to Dublin City Council. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Footfall in the State’s four main cities fell by up to 90 per cent at the height of Covid-19 lockdown, and despite a range of measures designed to rev(...)

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