Grafton

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John Savage exchanged an office in Dublin for Rosses Point, Co Sligo. John and his wife Julie have a two-year-old son, Luca,   and are expecting a second child in November. Photograph: Moose Video

Anthony Kelly had been preparing to move to Los Angeles with wife Fionnualla and son Darragh (2) when “Covid hit”. The co-founder of Glofox, which pro(...)

 Patrons enjoying a visit to the reopened cafe. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Bewley’s cafe on Grafton Street in Dublin has reopened after announcing it was to permanently close earlier this year. The cafe was opened to custome(...)

The wands or lane separators, which will include barriers up to 1m tall, are expected to cost more than €100 each. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Dublin City Council is to spend up to €2.5 million on traffic wands to protect cyclists from “sideswiping” by motorists. The wands or lane separators(...)

Anne Doyle on retirement: ‘If I could have afforded it, I would have gone out earlier.’ Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

THE FORMER RTÉ NEWSREADER OF 30 YEARS ON HER POPULARITY ON SOCIAL MEDIA, HER BRIEF RETURN TO TV WITH WATERFORD WHISPERS, THE PERKS OF RETIREMENT, A(...)

South William Street in Dublin which has been pedestrianised for the last three weekends. Photograph: Collins

Proposals for the permanent pedestrianisation of several streets around Grafton Street have had an “overwhelmingly positive” response following trials(...)

A Covid-19 test centre outside Tullamore, Co Offaly. Photograph: Collins

Extra Covid-19 testing of workers at all of the State’s meat processing plants are to be put in place “with rapid results” in the wake of a sharp rise(...)

Facebook’s corporate headquarters in Menlo Park, California: A content moderator has taken legal action against Facebook Ireland and CPL Solutions. Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP

A former Facebook content moderator has lodged a High Court action seeking damages against Facebook Ireland and outsourcing company CPL Solutions, all(...)

An artists’ impression of Johnny Ronan’s AquaVetro Tower on Tara Street.

When lockdown was imposed and workers were forced to desert office buildings en masse, it was a novelty. Hundreds of thousands of employees across the(...)

In May, Bewley’s announced plans to close the cafe permanently, citing the impact of the pandemic on trading and its frothy €1.5m annual rent, which accounts for about 30% of annual sales. File photograph: The Irish Times

Bewley’s Café on Grafton Street is Dublin’s most famous coffee shop, dating back to 1927. So there will be relief in many quarters at the news in rece(...)

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

Bewley’s has agreed to pay more than €749,000 in rent arrears and interest costs to the landlord of its cafe on Grafton Street. However, the com(...)

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