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 Miriam Burke and her husband Emilio Sierra’s high-end property management business, Utopia Villas, has grown to a portfolio of 24 this year

‘The Spanish do mañana, but we do today,” says Miriam Burke, describing why she thinks their holiday rental business in Sitges, Spain, is growing so w(...)

John Lynch with a framed photograph of his brother Willie who died in the Carrickmines fire. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A Traveller family who lost 10 loved ones in a fire on a halting site in Carrickmines, Dublin, last year, is in a local authority home in Wicklow with(...)

In demand: Old cottages rarely come on the marked and often need complete refurbishment

Situated in the heart of the sunny southeast, Wexford has long been a summer home from home, for Dubliners in particular. If there’s a downside, it’s(...)

Increased interest: Fethard-on-Sea in Co Wexford. Photograph: Chris Hill

After a 45 per cent increase in transactions in 2014, there was only a modest rise in sales activity for Wexford last year, up just 4.5 per cent. T(...)

The former Dún Laoghaire TD Barry Andrews,  who now leads the team at the development aid charity Goal.

For many former deputies the real impact only kicks in several days after losing their seats. The numerous counts that are a feature of our electora(...)

What makes the JFK Arboretum so attractive is that Sliabh Coiltair (270m) has been incorporated into the overall design. A road has been built to the (...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern agreed  to transfer the case to the Commercial Court

A finance company is seeking summary judgment orders against two brothers over alleged unpaid loans of €4.46 million. Emberton Finance Ltd has brough(...)

Former residents of Magdalene laundries lay a wreath on the mass unmarked graves of residents of Magdalene laundries in Glasnevin Cemetery in 2014. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Members of the public are invited to visit graves of Magdalene women around Ireland on Sunday. March 6th will mark the the fifth annual Flowers for (...)

Outdoor inspiration: painter applies himself to his art

Watching paint dry doesn’t sound promising as a tourism offering but it is the unexpectedly enjoyable aspect for visitors to Ireland’s outdoor pain(...)

Ciaran Sheridan (centre) with his father Paddy and brother Donagh: “Why do people come back to us? It’s because our staff know our customers’ names.”

Insurance may be many things but, as Ciaran Sheridan is the first to admit, it’s not the sexiest of industries. Nonetheless, it has provided a livi(...)

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