Vico Road

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Honor opens the door on the driver’s side and steps out – except she’s too small to step out. She sort of, like, drops out

My cor has been stolen. Yeah, no, I’m talking about the black X5 that I bought myself for Christmas. I look out the window to smile at it – something (...)

Evening sunlight over Dublin Bay, as seen from the Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Even allowing for higher-than-average levels of sophistication in the south Dublin suburbs of Dalkey and Killiney, it seems remarkable that one of the(...)

The Jessbrook Equestrian Centre, built by convicted drug trafficker John Gilligan beside his home. Photograph: Alan Betson

Jessbrook, the former home of convicted criminal John Gilligan has been declared “sale agreed”, eight months after it went up for sale with what was s(...)

Sunnyside, purchased by former Ardagh chief executive Ian Curley for €4.35m.

Ian Curley, former chief executive of glass and metal company Ardagh, has emerged as the purchaser of Sunnyside on Vico Road in Co Dublin for €4.35 mi(...)

Laragh House on Killiney Avenue, Killiney, Dublin. The  five-bed property is located a short distance from the O’Donnell’s former controversial Gorse Hill home on Vico Road

The O’Donnell family at the heart of the long-running Gorse Hill property saga is behind a €1.85 million acquisition of a stately Victorian home on on(...)

“Er, it’s the Vico Road... Do you think anyone around here cleans their own gaff?” Illustration: Alan Clarke

It’s been a busy year for Ross O’Carroll Kelly as he and his extended family continued to amuse us, 20 years after the south Co Dublin character was c(...)

“It’s an old rugby injury. You were probably wondering was I that Ross O’Carroll-Kelly? There’s your answer.” Illustration: Alan Clarke

Ten o’clock on Monday morning and there’s a ring on the door. I hobble down the hallway on crutches to answer it and it ends up being – oh happy day! (...)

Irish-American telecoms entrepreneur Ken Peterson  reportedly offered to buy Apollo House for an estimated price of €7.5 million. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Might there be a happy ending to the Apollo House debacle after all? According to a report in the Sunday Independent, Irish-American telecoms entrepre(...)

The new homes at Tivoli Place

Eleven years after property developer Robin Power envisaged the conversion of The Cottage Home, a former childrens’ orphanage on Dún Laoghaire’s Tivol(...)

He’s got the Rocky theme tune blasting out and he’s concentrating hord on breaking the dead animal’s ribs

Ronan’s back in “the office”, as he calls it – the slaughterhouse on St Morgaret’s Road, aiming punches and kicks at some kind of animal corcass that’(...)

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