Grafton

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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(...)

Gavin Slark, Grafton Group chief executive

Profit and revenue at Grafton Group dipped in the first six months of the year as the coronavirus pandemic shuttered its businesses. The builders’ me(...)

Ryanair, which counts the UK as one of its biggest markets, hit a low of €11.485 during trade on Friday but regained some altitude before the close of business. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European markets drifted lower on Friday as the UK upped travel restrictions on European Union countries while US shares paused at near-record highs a(...)

In 2019, CRH chief executive Albert Manifold continued a trend in recent years of topping the Irish high earners’ list, with his total remuneration package rising 13 per cent to €9.31 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The 22 long-standing bosses of the largest Irish publicly-quoted companies saw their pay jump by an average 18 per cent to €2.45 million last year, as(...)

Ireland’s premier shopping street is a grim reflection of the situation facing retailers. But some things are selling: bras, candles and engagement(...)

Bewley’s on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The ongoing row between Bewley’s and developer Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) over alleged rent arrears on its historic Grafton Street (...)

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