Investments by the Irish Strategic Investment Fund (Isif) have helped complete 2,000 new homes to-date.
OVER 400 new jobs will be created as Dublin’s most iconic store is transformed into a new development known as Clerys Quarter, its owners have announced.
A fall in the Ryanair share price has edged its high-profile chief executive Michael O’Leary out of the billionaires’ club, according to the Sunday Independent Rich List 2019 which is published today.
More than 20 years ago it was the tilting shamrock that caused a stir, but now the three-leafed plant has once again been reinvented by Aer Lingus as part of a rebrand.
Supermac’s has just won a long running battle against McDonald’s to have the use of the iconic Big Mac trademark cancelled across Europe.
Shannon Airport has suffered a blow as lucrative stopovers between Kuwait and the US are set to end.
Paddy Ashdown was the last British politician rated by John Cleese as “one of the good guys”.
Tesco posted flat like-for-like sales in Ireland in the 19 weeks to January 5, having been impacted by intense competition.
The only good thing about achieving fame is “that you get to strike it off your list of things” you thought might bring you happiness, Colin Farrell has said.
It took around six months after the traumatic rescue of the children from a cave in Thailand for emotions to catch up with Jim Warny, he admitted today.