Paul Collins

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Ballaghaderreen’s Market Square: For more than three decades the town has had a significant Muslim population. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The old hometown’s just the same. If under something of a strain. Ballaghaderreen is a welcoming place. A sign at one entrance is a reminder. It rec(...)

Ballaghaderreen: Combin Properties Limited, c/o Remcoll Capital, Bandon, Co Cork, bought the Abbeyfield Hotel in the town in 2015. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The disused hotel in Ballaghaderreen that is to be turned into a emergency reception centre was acquired by a development company that has also bought(...)

Zanzibar on Ormond Quay: Dalata, Ireland’s biggest hotel chain, is not thought to have expressed an interest in the site

More than 100 expressions of interest have been lodged for the Zanzibar hotel development on Ormond Quay in Dublin’s city centre. The property has an(...)

The Square, Tallaght: Nama’s lawsuit against Dunnes Stores over plans to extend the shopping centre  is one of the cases in the State agency’s latest management report

Nama’s lawsuit against Dunnes Stores over plans to extend The Square shopping centre in Tallaght in Dublin is one of a number of cases mentioned in th(...)

The Gresham Hotel: The landmark O’Connell Street hostelry celebrates its 200th anniversary next year

The long-delayed sale of Dublin’s Gresham Hotel is finally to proceed following Nama’s approval of an international marketing campaign to find a buyer(...)

Paramount Hotel and Turks Head in Dublin’s Temple Bar

The highly profitable Paramount Hotel and Turks Head in Dublin’s Temple Bar area is to be sold as a going concern following the resolution of a disput(...)

Fr Tony Flannery: will host the Catholic Church reform event. He has been forbidden by the Vatican to exercise his ministry as a priest following articles he wrote for the Redemptorists’ Reality magazine. Photograph: Alan Betson

A major international conference of Catholic Church reform movements will take place in Limerick next week. The International Network of Church Refor(...)

The sector has recovered strongly in recent times  thanks in part to the Government’s special 9 per cent VAT rate.

Some 25 hotels with a combined value of over half a billion euro have changed hands since the start of the year - the highest quarterly volume of hote(...)

Of the record €4.58 billion invested in Irish income-producing assets in 2014, less than 6 per cent comprised hotel investments with the majority of hotel properties being sold as trading assets and therefore not included in investment spend numbers

A new trend has emerged in Ireland of hotels being sold as commercial property assets. New figures compiled by CBRE show that a total of €86 million w(...)

The entrance to the Trinity Capital Hotel on Pearse Street, Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller.

  An American billionaire John Malone has agreed terms for the purchase of the highly profitable Trinity Capital Hotel at Pearse Street(...)

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