Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis has been managing editor of The Sunday Business Post since 2012, having previously been assistant editor and property editor. She specialises in long form interviews and news features, and has a particular interest in the food industry, writing the paper’s restaurant reviews as well as a weekly food news page in the magazine.

New documentary celebrates career of maverick engineer

New documentary celebrates career of maverick engineer

Born in the capital but raised in Dundalk, Co Louth, Peter Rice was awarded the Gold Medal for architecture by the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1992

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

You might presume, given the salubrious neighbourhood, that The Gables is very expensive. In fact, starters are from €5.50 to €8.95, and mains from €13.65 to €27.50, with daily specials also more than fairly priced

A beach resort for grown-ups

A beach resort for grown-ups

The Costa Brava town of Tossa de Mar offers plenty of history, great food and a warm welcome

Gillian Nelis on business

Gillian Nelis on business

With internal fraud becoming a growing problem for companies, a conference last week shed some interesting light on the matter

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

EVENT : Bringing home the bacon in Limerick Limerick’s long history as a bacon producer will be...

Hot deals and offbeat brunches  in a neighbourhood curryhouse

Hot deals and offbeat brunches in a neighbourhood curryhouse

At Daata the cooking is solid, the service is excellent, and the pricing is at a level to make it accessible to a wide cross-section of diners

Classy, chic and comfortable

Classy, chic and comfortable

Fiona Heaney’s new collection might include indulgent fabrics and embellishments such as sheer jacquard, wool, cashmere, beading and feathers, but at the same time, it’s probably her most wearable to date.

Having a right old beano

Having a right old beano

Horace Panter made his name as a musician with ska legends The Specials. But as a new series of comics celebrating the Beano’s 80th anniversary proves, he’s a dab hand with the brush as well as the bass, writes Gillian Nelis

More hits than misses in Bray’s little corner of Portugal

More hits than misses in Bray’s little corner of Portugal

Galito 113 Main Street, Bray, Co Wicklow 01-5488751, galito.ie Some years ago, a friend on a roma...

A house divided

A house divided

Our dysfunctional housing market is making it harder for businesses to find and keep staff. And in many areas, the finger of blame is being pointed at Airbnb

Biscuit maker gets into snacks – and Japanese market Lismore gets its stock into top department store

Biscuit maker gets into snacks – and Japanese market Lismore gets its stock into top department store

The Lismore Food Company, which produces a range of luxury biscuits, is branching out into snack ...

A long, hot summer warms up Fee G’s sales

A long, hot summer warms up Fee G’s sales

The long stretch of warm, sunny weather has helped some fashion retailers bounce back from the ef...

Uptown grill is dressed to impress

Uptown grill is dressed to impress

Small issues with the main courses aside, this was an impressive meal, with the sweetbread starter and the panna cotta dessert in particular indicating that there is some serious talent at work in The Grill Room kitchen

'What people forget is that film is very definitely a business'

'What people forget is that film is very definitely a business'

Gráinne Humphreys, director of the Dublin International FIlm Festival, strives to make the event as culturally enriching and enjoyable as possible without ever losing sight of the bottom line

Still over the moon at Luna

Still over the moon at Luna

The food at Luna was eye-rollingly, tastebud-tingly, brain-meltingly good