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Former MBNA offices to become business campus for the north-west with €3m investment
A €3m investment is planned to redevelop a business campus at the iconic former MBNA offices in Carrick-on-Shannon
Bewley’s unveils rebrand to appeal to younger audience
Bewley’s tea and coffee has unveiled a new look on the shelves, aimed at refreshing the brand to capture a…
How Irish pubs are evolving through innovation
How Irish pubs are evolving through innovation. We are really proud of this two-page news spread in the Irish Independent…
New survey reveals Irish stroke survivors feel ‘abandoned’
A new European study show that one in eight experience suicidal thoughts after they leave full-time care.
Huge turnout for second ‘Darndale Another Way 5K’
Hundreds of runners descended on Darndale Park for the second ‘Get The Message Out Darndale Another Way 5K’.
Almost 1,000 lives a year could be saved by better air pollution controls, new report warns
The major cross-border assessment reveals that around 2,600 premature deaths can be attributed to air pollution annually.
REA Q1 Average House Price Index takes the lead on this Monday’s Irish Independent
First-time buyers dominate market as average house price exceeds €293k.
Government urged to appoint UK-style Menopause Employment Champion
One of Ireland’s leading women’s health campaigners urged the Government to mirror the UK and appoint a Menopause Employment Champion.
Hurler of the Year Diarmaid Byrnes eager to go again after extended break in Dubai: ‘Jesus, it’s great to be back. Absolutely delighted. So happy.’
John West, sponsors of the GAA’s under-15 annual Féile competitions announced the extension of its Féile sponsorship until 2025.
Cavan man to auction hundreds of road signs secretly collected over three decades
Motor enthusiast Hugh Nolan, 65, led a double life acquiring vintage cars, sign posts and other memorabilia.
150 accountancy jobs to be created with apprenticeship programme
Applications have opened for the Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) Apprenticeship, which is set to create 150 jobs throughout Ireland.
Young consumers driving change in coffee habits – Irish barista champion
A caffeine hit across the board for clients Bewley’s Ireland and Ireland’s new champion barista Wojciech Tysler.
Women’s strong conflict resolution skills can create careers in security
Women’s strong conflict resolution skills are leading to a surge in females entering the security industry, a leading firm claims.
Thousands of homeowners urged to switch as they face €500-a-month hike when fixed rate mortgage ends
The doddl.ie Mortgage Switching Index reveals homeowners could face a monthly payment hike of up to €489.
Ireland’s biggest ever pop art display features €2m of iconic works
An exhibition of four of America’s most influential artists is set to be Ireland’s biggest ever pop art display.
Claudia Scanlon appears on the Late Late Show with Johnny Sexton
Great to see the amazing Claudia Scanlon on the Late Late Show with her pal Johnny Sexton.
WEEE and Midlands’ recycling plants saved millions of tonnes of electronics from landfill
Over 200 million electrical items have been diverted from landfill during an 18-year partnership between WEEE Ireland and KMK Metals…
Artist with a startling talent for photorealism takes his paintings to Gormley’s in Dublin
Gordon Harris is exhibiting a set of his oil paintings, painstakingly detailed images of human skulls wrapped in precious metals.
Auction of Celtic Tiger hotel and nightclub bling
Niall Mullen speaks to RTÉ’s Brendan O’Connor show in advance of yet another landmark signature auction.
What Do The New Mortgage Rules Mean For You?
Martina Hennessy MD of doddl.ie explains on Today FM’s Dermot and Dave Show.
‘We’re here to tell the tale of how lucky we are’ – father’s marathon effort to raise funds for neo-natal facilities
A man whose daughter’s life was saved is joining efforts to build rooms for parents of stillborn and premature babies.
House price growth to slow to 3pc nationally as rates rise and cost-of-living pressures hit purchasing power
A REA survey indicated that agents expect prices to rise by just under 3% in the next 12 months.
Looking for tips on how to sell your house?
REA spokesperson Barry McDonald on Newstalk’s Moncrieff Show gives the professional’s view.
More than 300,000 meals saved from bin by ‘food waste heroes’
Free local sharing app has prevented the equivalent of 312,000 meals from going to waste in just over a year.
Full mobile and broadband connection secured on island after community effort
Islanders off the south coast are celebrating their first fully connected Christmas.
Researchers investigate potential diabetes link with gut bacteria
New Irish research investigating whether gut bacteria may cause diabetes could unlock a cure for the chronic disease.
Ireland targets €100bn in two-way trade with Asia by 2025
Average house prices rose by 3.16% nationally in first three months of the year, a REA survey revealed.
Giant bronze Wolfhound worth €110,000 to stand sentry at RDS art fair’s sculpture garden
Giant version of Patrick O’Reilly’s Wolfhound sculpture is set to be unveiled at Ireland’s premier art fair this weekend.
Donncha O’Callaghan ‘shaken to the core’ by scenes in Somalia
Donncha O’Callaghan revealed he was shaken to the core by scenes he witnessed in country on brink of famine.
Electrician who is scared of the dark aims to raise €10,000 for charity with homegrown Halloween house of horrors
Thousands of people expected to brave charity house of horrors, made by a man who is afraid of the dark.
‘Butterfly skin’ condition: ‘I have to inflict pain on my daughter for four hours a day – it’s relentless’
Mother of girl with ‘Butterfly Skin’ disease made emotional plea for nursing support.
Swapping a stethoscope for a paintbrush: Consultant turned artist to unveil new works at art fair
Top maternity hospital consultant gearing up for his biggest art exhibition.
Boann Distillery: Cooney family to pour €10m into whiskey and liqueur business as profits at parent company Nacuana grow
The company behind Boann Distillery is set to invest €10m across its alcohol businesses as profits grew in its most…
Time flies for artist Maser as his fame grows across Europe
Dublin artist plans new show after cross-Ireland walk and fatherhood changed his perspective.
‘I thought pains in my arm after a 5k jog were muscular, but I was actually having a massive heart attack’
Father-of-two paid tribute to the “hero” first responders who brought him back from sudden cardiac arrest.
Dublin great-granny celebrates 30 years of fundraising for local hospice
Stephanie Graham, from Terenure, has been hosting coffee morning’s for Harold’s Cross Hospice since their inception 30 years ago.
Timeless appeal: Young generation with an eye for a gem lead the charge at RDS antiques fair
Young buyers leading surge in antique jewellery as sustainable statement according to top gem expert.
VFI calls for urgent energy supports in Budget
Over four in ten Irish adults plan fewer pub visits for remainder of 2022, due to cost of living pressures.
‘People think of a hospice as a sad, dark place, but it is very lively and positive’: Woman flies coffee to Aran Islands for hospice fundraiser
Woman helps to fly coffee out to the Aran Islands for Ireland’s biggest coffee morning.
Andy Warhol portrait of Grace Kelly expected to fetch massive sum at Dublin art fair
Iconic portrait of Grace Kelly by Andy Warhol will be on sale for over €200,000 in Dublin at Timeless.
Mortgage time bomb: Warning to homeowners on fixed rates as massive ECB rise looms
Homeowners urged to break out of contracts with banks as severe repayment hikes likely to be on the way.
Bearded Dubliner Eddie to ‘brave the shave’ for homeless charity
Eddie Brennan is about to brave the shave to raise vital funds for The Salvation Army Ireland.
Maria’s story: Girl with rare skin disease stars in book explaining disorder to classmates
Brave schoolgirl diagnosed with a rare skin disease becomes cover star of book produced to teach classmates about her illness.
Is gourmet coffee replacing plastic cups of beer at music festivals?
One of the world’s top baristas is set to brew up a storm at Ireland’s biggest music festival.
Ben Dunne selling art collection in exhibition expected to generate millions
Former supermarket tycoon Ben Dunne and his wife Mary are selling part of their personal art collection.
Hollywood’s Brendan Gleeson backs coffee morning for ‘life-affirming’ hospices
Brendan Gleeson urged coffee lovers to get brewing in bid to raise €1.5million for “life affirming” Hospice services across Ireland.
Ireland’s trade outlook is hindered by the legacy of our past – and we should be looking to Asia
Between 2007 and 2017, Ireland’s two-way trade with Asia more than doubled. Let’s do it again.
Wheelchair-user with debilitating skin condition set for charity challenge
Brave woman who battles constant pain from crippling skin disease is ‘stepping up’ in major challenge to help fellow sufferers.
Ukrainian woman rescued from invasion with assistance from two Salvation Army officers
Oleksandra Hromova, 23, and her mother Yuliia, 45, from Dnipro, are living in Dublin thanks to Salvation Army.
Meath whiskey distillery saves century-old Spanish wine casks from rubbish heap
An Irish distillery has saved 100-year-old Spanish wine barrels which will be used to mature whiskey for another century.
Landlord exodus helps cool house price rises but price of three-bed semi in Dublin heading for €500,000
Upsurge of private landlords selling properties nationally has increased supply levels and tempered price rises in some areas.
My Life creating 65 care jobs in Louth and Meath
The locally-owned service is holding a careers open day for new community-based residential and respite facilities in Dundalk.
One million euro worth of life-sized art to go on display in Dublin
New permanent home for Ireland’s largest sculpture collection situated in Gormleys Fine Art, Dublin.
Accountancy apprenticeship programme to create 140 jobs
The Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) Apprenticeship will be based in colleges in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Monaghan, Waterford and Wicklow.
Rugby star Johnny Sexton hands over historic pair of boots for a very special cause
Woman who won rugby legend Johnny Sexton’s boots in raffle said they are too special to allow anyone wear them.
Bar manager apprenticeship launched in bid to tackle post-pandemic staff shortages
First ever apprenticeship to train new generation of bar managers launched to tackle Ireland’s crippling shortage of hospitality staff.
Bewley’s announced as official coffee partner for Electric Picnic and Kaleidoscope
Bewley’s has become the official coffee partner at Electric Picnic and Kaleidoscope.
Contents of former seminary auctioned to make room for Ukrainian refugees
Contents of iconic former seminary in Dublin to go for auction to make way for over 600 Ukrainian refugees.
Ireland’s last wooden trading ship sails to London
Ireland’s only surviving wooden sail cargo vessel revived a tradition lost a century ago.
Fabled Mary Cake is brought back to life in Bewley’s Cafe
A 20-year mystery surrounding one of Dublin’s favourite cakes has been solved thanks to a chance meeting between two granddaughters.
Ukrainian refugees to be offered employment help at famous Dublin cafe
Ukrainian refugees are to be offered employment and training help at an iconic Dublin café.
Celtic Tiger house prices are not going anywhere
Celtic Tiger house prices are not going anywhere according to the latest REA survey.
Irish distillery plants 2,000 trees in sustainability push
Staff at Boann are helping to plant 2,000 trees as part of a groundbreaking sustainability drive.
Lee Keegan proving age is just a number
Throughout its sponsorship, John West has focused on the importance nutrition plays in fuelling young athletes.
Rory Gallagher back on the road after brief lockdown stint as delivery driver
Former Revs frontman says performing online during the pandemic has made him a better artist
“Stop what you’re doing and read for 20 mins”
Today is ‘Ireland Reads,’ an initiative of the Libraries of Ireland to get everyone reading more.
‘Books are great medicine – for the mind, the heart and soul’
‘Ireland Reads’ day aims to get everyone reading for their greater wellbeing.
Former Ireland rugby prop Mike Ross to face a survival challenge for charity
He will be travel to the Arctic circle to raise funds for the charity ‘Butterfly Skin’ Debra Ireland.
Hockney, Hirst and Banksy in Gormley’s most valuable exhibition yet
Signed lithographs, etchings and screenprints in Dublin gallery’s British art sale.
‘Clean air was vital for getting our staff back into the office’
Air filters have helped an accountancy firm eliminate one of its biggest Covid challenges – training new staff from home.
90,000 could be in line for lower mortgage rate following surge in house prices
Surging house prices over the last two years mean that thousands of homeowners are unexpectedly eligible for lower mortgage rates.
‘Recuperation was tough’ – Man rushed to hospital with stroke just two days after proposing to girlfriend
Andrew Carr is backing a major fundraising drive for the charity which helped him recover.
Dublin’s Happy Ring House sign created in 1952 restored to former glory
Ireland’s first ever animated neon sign has been restored to its former glory for the first time in 13 years.
How much is your house worth 2022
Average house prices rose by 3.16% nationally in the first three months of year.
How mortgage holders can save €4,000-plus per annum by switching to fixed-rate products
Mortgage interest rates have just hit the floor with some lenders, and chances are they won’t be going any lower.
Spend less and better: 10 ways to save money in January
How to cut costs and save over the the gap between the final pay cheque of 2021 and the first…