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Bauer Media Audio has agreed to buy Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp Group for over €100m. File photograph: Collins

The sale of Communicorp, the radio group controlled by Denis O’Brien, to UK-based Bauer Media Audio for a sum understood to be more than €100 million,(...)

It is unclear yet whether foreign tourists who enter Britain would be permitted automatic travel to Ireland under the bubble system.

The resumption of international tourism is back on the agenda with the Government understood to be planning to open a travel bubble between Ireland an(...)

Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin is to present to Government a tourism advisory group’s report  aimed at getting the State ready to restart the tourism sector. It also recommends the removal of restrictions on UK visitors, thus effectively also allowing residents of the Republic to travel freely to Britain. Photograph :Gareth Chaney/Collins

Irish residents could be allowed to travel to Britain on holiday without restrictions within weeks as part of plans to open a travel bubble between Ir(...)

Youth conference hears that creative thinking is increasingly vital for young people and wider society. File photograph: Getty

A new “artist residency programme” is to be established in schools to give students a chance to work on creative projects with established painters, d(...)

Labour spokeswoman on arts and culture Marie Sherlock said young people have been waiting for classes to resume since their State-wide suspension in October. File photograph Nick Bradshaw

The Government’s failure to give guidance for when in-person music, dance and drama classes can recommence has been criticised as “unacceptable”, mor(...)

Festival Republic has submitted a proposal to manage live events in Ireland. It runs the Electric Picnic which is still scheduled to go ahead in early September. File photograph: iStock

Minister for Culture Catherine Martin has suggested that pilot arts events may go ahead indoors and outdoors as early as next month. Ms Martin said s(...)

The 6.6 acres at the YMCA club in Sandymount was offered to the market by Savills for €10 million. Photograph:  Dan Sheridan/Inpho

A Dublin City Council (DCC) meeting on Monday evening unanimously passed a motion to write to the Minister for Sport Catherine Martin and request that(...)

From May 10th, beauty services, including barbers and hairdressers, will reopen. Photograph: Marcin Bielecki/ EPA

From Monday, May 10th, the largest reopening of commercial and cultural centres in Ireland since last year will begin. This so-called phased reopening(...)

Elaine Geraghty, CEO, Ardmore and Troy Studios: ‘I’ve never really been in places where it has been a smooth ride.’ Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The sound stages at Ardmore Studios are about to be transformed for a second time into Alfea, the “Otherworld” boarding school of teen-led Netflix fan(...)

Michael D Higgins and actor Tom Hickey at Liberty Hall, Dublin, November 2005. File photograph: Frank Miller

President Michael D Higgins and Taoiseach Micheál Martin have paid tribute to actor Tom Hickey, who died at the weekend. From Kildare and born in 19(...)

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