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Paul Coulson: as he turns 64, the head of Ardagh Group is not retiring, but looking at more ways to expand his glass empire. Photograph: Frank Miller

A year ago, Paul Coulson finally seemed to have lost his nerve as he dropped out of the running for a €3 billion bottle-making business being sold by (...)

The corrected memorial wall at Glasnevin cemetery. The fada was originally over the first ‘i’ not the ‘E’  File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Glasnevin Trust has corrected the errant fada on its recently unveiled memorial wall and also defended its decision to list a member of the Irish Vol(...)

The Israelites Attacking the Amalekites (oil-on-marble panel) attributed to Antonio Tempesta, €28,000

AUCTION RESULTS: Sunday (April 3rd) Hegarty’s Auctioneers, Bandon, Co Cork. 13 volumes of the 1841 Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Cork & Waterford m(...)

Millennium Tower, in Grand Canal Dock in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The story of the reinvention of the of 1,285-acre area of Dublin’s docklands has been well documented: since Google moved into Barrow Street in 2004,(...)

Paddy Power Betfair plans to cut up to 300 jobs from its Irish operations in a move stemming from the €10 billion merger of the two gambling businesses in February. File photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Paddy Power Betfair plans to cut up to 300 jobs from its Irish operations in a move stemming from the €10 billion merger of the two gambling businesse(...)

A Spanish 18th–century oil-on-canvas by an unknown artist of ‘A Still Life of Vegetables including Cabbage, Artichoke, Lemons, Carrots, Gherkins and a String of Garlic, with a Brass Basket on a Stone Ledge’, estimated at €15,000-€20,000

Adam’s is giving away little about the provenance of “A Distinguished Ulster Collection’ going under the hammer in Dublin on Wednesday (April 6th). Ni(...)

The Rev Bridget Spain, Prof Mary Daly Royal Irish Academy and broadcaster Joe Duffy at the Unitarian Church St Stephens Green where a reading of all those who died around Easter 1916 took place. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A reading of the names of all the dead of Easter Week 1916 took place at Dublin’s Unitarian Church on Friday, including 40 children under 17. Broadc(...)

Irish Water’s plans to spend a further €300 million on upgrading the State’s largest municipal sewage treatment plant at Ringsend, in Dublin, underlin(...)

Ringsend treatment plant pictured in 2014. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Republic’s largest sewage plant in Ringsend, Dublin is to be increased in capacity by 50 per cent in a €300 million development by Irish Water. (...)

Codema home energy-saving kit

Pricewatch is walking around its house pointing a snazzy-looking laser gun at the walls, the floors and the ceilings, trying to establish if bad thin(...)

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