Eithne Dodd

Eithne Dodd

Spanish Point becomes Microsoft partner of the year

Spanish Point becomes Microsoft partner of the year

Spanish Point Technologies has been selected as Microsoft Ireland’s country partner of the year...

Squaring the circle as Parnell funders fail to materialise

Squaring the circle as Parnell funders fail to materialise

The planned new Cultural Quarter at Parnell Square West is facing delays due to a lack of funding

If the Cap d’Antibes fits...

If the Cap d’Antibes fits...

If you’re on the lookout for a property on the Cote d’Azur which offers all the pampering you could possibly desire, Parc du Cap may be right up your street

Flying on a wing and a prayer

Flying on a wing and a prayer

Ryanair is not alone in experiencing difficulties: across the world, numerous airlines are in varying degrees of trouble, writes Eithne Dodd

Sunday Interview: EPA head sees Storm Ophelia as 'tipping point'

Sunday Interview: EPA head sees Storm Ophelia as 'tipping point'

Laura Burke, director general of the Environmental Protection Agency, sees Storm Ophelia in 2017 as the weather event that switched Irish people’s attitude to climate change from indifference to red alert

Cork site with harbour views for €750,000

Cork site with harbour views for €750,000

Lisney is offering Mount St Joseph’s in Cork and the surrounding almost three-hectare site with...

Torc to deliver second tranche of €300 million social housing scheme

Torc to deliver second tranche of €300 million social housing scheme

The PPP project aims to deliver a total of 1,500 units over 25 years

Eurostat checks asylum figures after Business Post reveals major data discrepancies

Eurostat checks asylum figures after Business Post reveals major data discrepancies

The department said the disparity was due to a delay in decisions made by its international protection office being signed off by the ministerial decisions unit

Varadkar under pressure to publish report on Bailey

Varadkar under pressure to publish report on Bailey

Varadkar has so far refused to publish the report into what happened, because he said the people who took part in the investigation did so on the condition that it would not be made public

Renewable gas sector seeks state backing for cheap, no-fuss green energy source

Renewable gas sector seeks state backing for cheap, no-fuss green energy source

The chairman of the Renewable Gas Forum Ireland is calling on the government to create an incentive scheme for renewable gas

Residential development site in Dublin 15 on offer for over €1.2 million

Residential development site in Dublin 15 on offer for over €1.2 million

The site extends to approximately 0.55 of an acre, and comprises an existing dormer bungalow. The guide price is in excess of €1.2 million

Holiday home buyers come from far and wide

Holiday home buyers come from far and wide

IAM Sold finds that many of its customers buying holiday houses are more interested in surrounding facilities and activities than the dwelling itself, writes Eithne Dodd

Latest phase of new homes launched at Trimbleston

Latest phase of new homes launched at Trimbleston

The release consists of five one-bedroom apartments at approximately 51 square metres, starting from €395,000 with a BER of A3

UN enters row over state’s official figures for asylum seekers

UN enters row over state’s official figures for asylum seekers

Department of Justice statistics show that it granted asylum to 85 per cent of people whose applications were processed last year, but the United Nations says the real rate is around 30 per cent

Belfast Waterside project gets the green light from  council

Belfast Waterside project gets the green light from council

The £400 million plan will see office space developed to create around 8,000 new jobs in the city