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Pennys will join Brown Thomas in taking over space at the location in Dundrum Town Centre currently occupied by House of Fraser. Photograph: Tom Honan

Fashion retailer Penneys is in advanced discussions with the owners of Dundrum Town Centre in Dublin to take over two floors currently occupied by Hou(...)

Brown Thomas: Dundrum outlet will comprise more than 63,000sq ft, roughly half the size of its flagship shop on Grafton Street.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Brown Thomas has agreed to let two floors of the House of Fraser department store in the Dundrum Town Centre in a move that will substantially boost i(...)

European shares retreated from recent peaks on Monday as investors paused before launching into a week packed with economic data and the European Central Bank’s first policy meeting of the year.

European shares retreated from recent peaks on Monday as investors paused before launching into a week packed with economic data and the European Cent(...)

Hammerson, the UK property group that owns the site stretching from O’Connell Street to Moore Street, said it wanted to lodge a planning application with Dublin City Council this year. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Department of Culture and Heritage has said it is “not yet in a position” to set a date to start work on the 1916 commemorative centre on Moore St(...)

An artists impression of the development at Dundrum Town Centre.

Dundrum Town Centre part owner Hammerson has received planning approval for 107 new apartments at the south Dublin shopping centre which will ultimate(...)

Cannabis plants worth an estimated €12,000 were found last week during searches at 22 and 23 Moore Street. Photograph: Darren England/EPA

Gardaí have raided a cannabis “grow house” in a building that formed part of the 1916 battlefield site on Dublin’s Moore Street. Cannabis plants wort(...)

A recent report from the Moore Street Advisory Group found the market was in a ‘vicious circle of decline’, with a lack of basic facilities such as toilets and inadequate power, water, lighting and cleaning. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Four new market stalls are to be allocated in Dublin’s Moore Street, the first new pitches designated for the street for more than 20 years. Dublin (...)

A stallholder at the  market in Moore Street  in Dublin, which may cease trading after 200 years. Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

It is a testament to the dogged determination of Dublin’s Moore Street traders, their commitment to preserving family traditions, and of course their (...)

  Moore Street in Dublin: a document     signed by 17 traders,   indicating that they wish to exit their licence agreement,  has been sent to Dublin City Council. Photograph:  Laura Hutton

Dublin’s 200-year-old Moore Street market could be consigned to history following indications from traders that they are prepared to shut-up shop. A(...)

An artists impression of the facillity at Carrickmines.

Planning permission has been granted for a large new retail and residential development in south Dublin, despite strong opposition from the owners of (...)

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