Hannah O'Brien

Hannah O'Brien

Fáilte Ireland  fortifies its tourism offering with new Norman Heritage Park in Co Longford

Fáilte Ireland fortifies its tourism offering with new Norman Heritage Park in Co Longford

Visitors will get to enjoy an immersive experience that will transport them back 80 years to see how the people of that era lived, worked and played

DNG report spells out importance of keeping the Help to Buy scheme

DNG report spells out importance of keeping the Help to Buy scheme

Research by the property advisory practice DNG shows that the rate of house price inflation has slowed

Reworked Adoption Bill will give children and parents more rights

Reworked Adoption Bill will give children and parents more rights

The new amendment would involve the state giving birth parents six months to come forward and object to a disclosure of information about them to their children

Bespoke family homes on offer in Dundalk

Bespoke family homes on offer in Dundalk

DNG Duffy are handling the sale of The Towers by Killycard Developments, a new development of lux...

Room to manoeuvre in Drumcondra home guiding €875,000

Room to manoeuvre in Drumcondra home guiding €875,000

Gallagher Quigley is handling the sale of No 20 Hampton Gracepark, Gracepark in Drumcondra, Dublin 9

Galway hotel completes €1.5m makeover

Galway hotel completes €1.5m makeover

Glenlo Abbey, which dates back to the 18th century and overlooks Lough Corrib, has completed a series of enhancements to improve the guest experience

Wicklow hotel and golf resort gets €6m revamp

Wicklow hotel and golf resort gets €6m revamp

Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Blessington Lakes and the Wicklow Mountains, the Tulfarris Hotel is 40 minutes from Dublin

HP sets out its blueprint for driving a low-carbon economy

HP sets out its blueprint for driving a low-carbon economy

The company’s goal is to increase recycled content plastic in its personal systems and print hardware and supplies to 30 per cent by 2025

Whistleblowers and misfits extolled at this year’s Inspirefest

Whistleblowers and misfits extolled at this year’s Inspirefest

Ethics and leadership were core themes, with whistleblower Erika Cheung telling Inspirefest about her role in exposing the truth behind Theranos

US retailer Anthropologie to open new store in Belfast

US retailer Anthropologie to open new store in Belfast

Comprising almost 5,000 square feet, the store will be located in the Erskine House development on Arthur Street, which has become Belfast’s niche retailing pitch

Sandyford’s Hive reaches final stages of completion

Sandyford’s Hive reaches final stages of completion

The Hive comprises a total of 6,780 square metres of Grade A offices over four floors with a large car park providing 117 spaces, and is just 200 metres from the Stillorgan Luas stop

Playing the game to win: Gamesworld co-founder Kevin Neary

Playing the game to win: Gamesworld co-founder Kevin Neary

Kevin Neary, founder of entertainment company Gamesworld, warns young start-ups to drop the obsession with becoming the next unicorn

A writer's actor: Marie Mullen on a life in theatre

A writer's actor: Marie Mullen on a life in theatre

Long venerated as a doyenne of Irish theatre, Marie Mullen talks about her new play The Epiphany, Druid theatre, Irish voices and how Blanche Dubois will always be the one who got away

Bill on gender pay gap feeds into government’s broader equality strategy

Bill on gender pay gap feeds into government’s broader equality strategy

The bill, due to be passed this autumn, will require employers to publish legislation in relation to the gender pay gap

Cottage industry: Putting local produce centre stage

Cottage industry: Putting local produce centre stage

For years, many small Irish towns have steadily lost their sense of community as the urban-rural divide continues to deepen. But now the creators of the Cottage Market movement are determined to reverse the tide of stagnation