Fiona Ness

Fiona Ness

Fiona Ness is the Magazine Editor of the Sunday Business Post. She is the recipient of a European journalism award for her work against discrimination in Ireland. Fiona is an honours graduate in Law from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and holds a postgrad in Journalism from the Dublin Institute of Technology. She has been with The Sunday Business Post since 1999 and is a former news editor of the paper.

Outdoor adventure at Ashford

Outdoor adventure at Ashford

Ashford Castle is a renowned luxury getaway, but also perfect for a family primed for exciting activities

First Person: Liz Bonnin

First Person: Liz Bonnin

Fiona Ness catches up with the TV presenter

Origamic couture from Cos

Origamic couture from Cos

Women and men achieve an androgynous effect this summer with structured and sculptural looks, writes Fiona Ness

First Person

First Person

Anna Geary, 28, camogie All Ireland medal winner, Cork

First Person

First Person

Rebecca Storm, Singer, Kildare

I can sell the dream and the look and create what our clients want, but after that you need the team

I can sell the dream and the look and create what our clients want, but after that you need the team

Fashion designer Deborah Veale free to produce her limited edition collections thanks to corporate clients

Disney wins with the wow factor

Disney wins with the wow factor

Enter the zone of hundreds of crazed underage divas dressed as nylon princesses

Coleman to concentrate on Arnotts collection

Coleman to concentrate on Arnotts collection

Designer puts lucrative deals on ice

First Person

First Person

Phil Edgar Jones, Sky Arts director

First Person

First Person

Lia Mills is a Dublin-born writer and arts consultant

Irish fashion designer eyes up British expansion

Irish fashion designer eyes up British expansion

Talented Niamh O’Neill to enter market within 18 months

Dress up, dolls: designer Niamh O'Neill's beautiful summer collection

Dress up, dolls: designer Niamh O'Neill's beautiful summer collection

The young Irish designer says shape and simplicity are key to dressing well when dressing up

No one goes through life unscathed. You just get on with what you have to do

No one goes through life unscathed. You just get on with what you have to do

Johnnie Cooke has seen dizzying highs and lows but his command of the kitchen has never been in doubt

Create Some Headspace

Create Some Headspace

Milliner Aoife Harrison draws heavily on her extensive archive of vintage hats in creating contemporary designs

First Person: Padraig Harrington

First Person: Padraig Harrington

Recent years have been difficult, but his 2015 season saw a return to form