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.

Business body hails legal move on street drug dealing

Business body hails legal move on street drug dealing

The Dublin City Business Improvement District has welcomed the drafting of legislation designed to combat the sale of prescription drugs on the streets of the capital.

Game of chance asks the questions

Game of chance asks the questions

Irish-owned Oteeto launched its first online game last week at the Social Gaming Summit in Berlin.

What's On This Weekend

What's On This Weekend

The Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Strawberry Fest and a sheep-shearing contest: just some of the events happening this weekend across the country.

Your Money: Family fun from penguins to pints

Your Money: Family fun from penguins to pints

Colette Sexton has some ideas for whiling away the summer at home.

Irish firm secures access to Vatican's 'secret rooms'

Irish firm secures access to Vatican's 'secret rooms'

An Irish company has become the first tour operator to offer exclusive access to the Vatican's 'secret rooms' and the Sistine Chapel.

Your Money: Get the best deals in car hire

Your Money: Get the best deals in car hire

If you plan to hire a car abroad this summer, look beyond the price when deciding what is the best deal for you, writes Colette Sexton

Campaign Sketch

Campaign Sketch

Desperately seeking a Yes or No answer.

Facebook becomes recruitment tool

Facebook becomes recruitment tool

Facebook is the second most popular social networking site used by Irish employers for recruitment, according to new survey.

Ireland a 'sexy destination' for the super-rich

Ireland a 'sexy destination' for the super-rich

Ireland is becoming a "sexy destination" for the super-rich, according to the director of a travel company which specialises in accommodating visitors in upmarket locations.

Murphy to be honoured with Druid tour

Murphy to be honoured with Druid tour

Druid is to honour Tom Murphy, one of Ireland's most respected living playwrights, with DruidMurphy, an international tour of three of his works.

What's on this weekend: a short guide

What's on this weekend: a short guide

Drawing at the National Gallery, a trash culture festival in Cork or a dawn chorus walk in Mullingar; take your pick of some of this weekend's best events.