Emma O’Brien

Emma O’Brien

First Person

First Person

"Lady Gaga inspired me to play piano"

Life and death lessons

Life and death lessons

Former drug dealer Kevin Shird is trying to prevent the next generation from making his mistakes

The story of a Dutch Master’s my sterious muse

The story of a Dutch Master’s my sterious muse

Fiction; Let Me Tell You About A Man I Knew, By Susan Fletcher , Virago, €17.50

An appetite for blogging

An appetite for blogging

From modest beginnings, the number of Irish food blogs has exploded

Clickandgo sets sights on far-flung territories

Clickandgo sets sights on far-flung territories

The online travel company is offering customers a better way to book and manage their holidays

New app lets runners test themselves against the best

New app lets runners test themselves against the best

Cadence was founded by former Sunday Times business journalist Vincent Ryan

Sponsorship thrives on back of sporting factor

Sponsorship thrives on back of sporting factor

There has been a noticeable sports-driven boost to sponsorship deals completed in the second quarter of 2016

Defence Forces do battle on social media to address gender imbalance

Defence Forces do battle on social media to address gender imbalance

Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram all being used in drive

Crowdfunding sector gears up for regulation following surge in growth

Crowdfunding sector gears up for regulation following surge in growth

Streamlining is a step in the right direction, writes Emma O’Brien

High-tech new build in quiet cul-de-sac

High-tech new build in quiet cul-de-sac

Family home in Stepaside with panoramic views of the city and across to Howth

First Person: Gavan Hennigan

First Person: Gavan Hennigan

Gavan Hennigan 35, extreme environment athlete, Galway On December 15, Gavan Hennigan will begin...

Golf Special: The aces of clubs

Golf Special: The aces of clubs

Want to play golf in Ireland this summer? Here are some of the best options around the country

First Person

First Person

"I’d like to become an internationally renowned coach"

€1.9m budget to attract top technology talent

€1.9m budget to attract top technology talent

Tech/Life Ireland’s international marketing campaign is targeting professionals in Lithuania, Latvia, Italy, Spain and Portugal

A Little goes a long way

A Little goes a long way

The Little Readers initiative is going from strength to strength in its third year