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Olivia O’Regan of Foody’s Pharmacy, Ballina, Co Mayo: ‘She was usually my first point of call whenever I needed advice,’ wrote Teresa Keegan

It’s the final week of the Best Shops in Ireland competition and we’ve logged more than 23,000 nominations for shops, with food and drink shops and ca(...)

__________ Family hotels __________ 1 Woodlands House Hotel, Co Limerick  The Fitzgerald family have been welcoming guests to the(...)

Siobhan, a drama teacher from Bundoran, Co Donegal, met David, from Sunderland, six years ago when they were both studying at the University of Sunde(...)

The GPO during the ceremony commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Easter Rising 1916 on Dublin’s O’Connell Street. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Events will be taking place across the country over the weekend to mark the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, which took place on April 24th, 19(...)

Throughout Food Month we will have a daily “Guilty Pleasure” feature where well-known faces share their secret treats, from the delicious to t(...)

Transylvania is a fascinating place to visit because it is the last remaining medieval landscape in Europe. It is like being in a time warp

I am sitting in the midst of a 1,000- year-old wildflower meadow in Transylvania. Wild sweet pea, orchids, marguerite daisies, wild sage and thyme,(...)

Park Lodge, NCR, D7: four-storey apartment block was developed in 2008 on the site of the former Park Hotel.

Two American investors have made a profit of close to €5 million in just over two years on a block of apartments next to the North Circular Road entra(...)

The Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel – guiding €11.5 million

In the first sale of a hotel portfolio in almost a decade, Nama is to seek buyers for three profitable hotels in Cork, Kilkenny and Killarney.The hote(...)

Chef Richard Corrigan

Irish celebrity chef Richard Corrigan has said his restaurant business recorded pre-tax profits of £545,030 (€645,834) after taking “a terrible kickin(...)

Despite being in a fight for survival, the Irish hospitality sector is reportedly blighted by poor service in restaurants and bad beds in hotels. This is the experience of food writer Georgina Campbell, who has been travelling the country inspecting food establishments for her annual food awards and hospitality guides.

Despite being in a fight for survival, the Irish hospitality sector is reportedly blighted by poor service in restaurants and bad beds in hotels.This (...)

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