Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton joined the Sunday Business Post in 2014. As well as being news correspondent, Sexton covers the media and marketing beat for the Sunday Business Post. A native of Co Clare, she holds a first class honours BA in History, Politics, Sociology and Social Studies from University of Limerick and a first class honours MA in Journalism from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Get your career on track

Get your career on track

There has never been a better time to do an evening course, whether it is to improve your chances of getting a new job or in order to pursue a new interest, writes Colette Sexton.

'Talent is talent is talent, and this lady has it in spades'

'Talent is talent is talent, and this lady has it in spades'

Leading businesswomen in Ireland have welcomed the appointment of Marissa Mayer as chief executive of Yahoo, describing it as a step in the right direction.

Easy system is perfect for the hard of hearing

Easy system is perfect for the hard of hearing

Brian Canon, the owner of Silent Alert International, lost his hearing in childhood, so he is acutely aware of the difficulties encountered by deaf people in their daily lives.

What's on this weekend: a quick guide

What's on this weekend: a quick guide

A brief guide to some of the events on this weekend including the Galway Arts Festival, the Dundalk Pride Festival and a half marathon in the Dublin mountains.

Assistance available for affected Ulster Bank customers

Assistance available for affected Ulster Bank customers

Many people are sceptical that Ulster Bank will sort out its problems by July 16, but the issue shouldn't affect customers' other financial dealings, writes Colette Sexton.

Ulster Bank fallout to affect SMEs 'for years'

Ulster Bank fallout to affect SMEs 'for years'

The Ulster Bank crisis will have a damaging impact on businesses and the banking sector for years to come, according to Mark Fielding of Isme.

Entrepreneurship guru sets sights on Ireland

Entrepreneurship guru sets sights on Ireland

Adeo Rossi, chief executive of the Founder Institute, is searching for candidate to run its Dublin chapter, writes Colette Sexton.

Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Life in the rural west Kerry Gaeltacht of Corca Dhuibhne - its music, language and culture - has endured despite the inevitable changes wrought by modern life.

Going Out

Going Out

What's happening around the country this week.

Irish property market recovery rate praised

Irish property market recovery rate praised

The Irish property sector is moving towards recovery faster than some of its European counterparts, according to the incoming president of the RICS.

Blas na hÉireann Awards: Fighting the food fight

Blas na hÉireann Awards: Fighting the food fight

Ireland's food producers are on the march, leading a revolution with the full support of the Blas na hÉireann Awards, writes Colette Sexton.

Going Out

Going Out

What's happening around the country

What's on this weekend

What's on this weekend

Stuck for entertainment ideas this weekend? Galway is playing host to the finale of the Volvo Ocean race, while in Wexford the Heritage Park Festival will feature performances from a strong line up of artists. Those feeling more energetic can run the

Cork 2012: 'Realistic targets' in new docklands plan

Cork 2012: 'Realistic targets' in new docklands plan

Cork City Council will present revised plans for the redevelopment of Cork's docklands to the government in September.

Cork 2012: Suburb to get €90m revamp

Cork 2012: Suburb to get €90m revamp

Cork City Council is gearing up to roll out a €90 million regeneration project in the north Cork suburb of Knocknaheeny.