Killian Woods

Killian Woods

Profile: Willie Walsh - Thriving on turbulence

Profile: Willie Walsh - Thriving on turbulence

The boss of British Airways owner IAG is navigating a testy pilots dispute, which grounded operations last week

€30m state data centre project hits planning hiccup

€30m state data centre project hits planning hiccup

Proposals to build the state-owned data centre near Celbride in Co Kildare, were lodged by the Office of the Government’s Chief Information Officer and the OPW in February

Heritage raises concern over environmental effect of shared living scheme

Heritage raises concern over environmental effect of shared living scheme

The department noted effluent from the Rathmines scheme and other new developments would eventually be released into the Liffey estuary through Ringsend’s wastewater treatment facility

Aldi says rivals gain from restrictive opening hours

Aldi says rivals gain from restrictive opening hours

The German retailer has faced roadblocks this year as it attempted to extend opening hours of supermarkets in Swords, north Dublin and Youghal, Cork

New deal to get Irish products ‘Walmart-ready’

New deal to get Irish products ‘Walmart-ready’

Irish firms will be able to fast-track their products onto the shelves of Walmart as part of a ne...

Hazardous waste removal from IDA land to cost €6m

Hazardous waste removal from IDA land to cost €6m

Last month, the state agency issued a tender seeking a contractor to excavate and dispose of an estimated 20,000 cubic metres of buried waste material at Belcamp

Sailor Mulloy re-enacts Mayo-to-London voyage

Sailor Mulloy re-enacts Mayo-to-London voyage

Grace O’Malley Whiskey puts wind in her sails

Kilkenny matriarch hopes dispute can be put behind them

Kilkenny matriarch hopes dispute can be put behind them

Marian O’Gorman, who leads the Irish craft and design group, was embroiled in a court battle with her son Greg, which spanned a two-year period

Beef protesters to target supermarkets over failure to enter talks

Beef protesters to target supermarkets over failure to enter talks

Speaking to The Sunday Business Post, Beef Plan west region chairperson Eoin Donnelly said the group was working on the finer details of the planned protests

‘Stick tight’: The message to farmers on picket lines

‘Stick tight’: The message to farmers on picket lines

Meat factory protesters are determined to stay at their posts when talks resume this week

New status for Beef Plan Movement may break impasse

New status for Beef Plan Movement may break impasse

Beef Plan west region chairperson Eoin Donnelly said the group’s registration as a producer organisation came through last night and is expected to be signed off by Creed on Monday

Boutique cinema chain in plans for an Irish premiere

Boutique cinema chain in plans for an Irish premiere

Boutique cinema chain Everyman has lined up a venue on Dawson Street for its first Irish location

Gym+Coffee plans for two new stores

Gym+Coffee plans for two new stores

Athleisure start-up also aiming for international push

Phone mast plans blocked by increase in objections

Phone mast plans blocked by increase in objections

Developers of phone masts – 20 metres to 40 metres in height – require planning approval from county councils to erect new towers and need to reapply for permission to retain the developments after several years

Publican Keaveny planning jazz club in Dublin

Publican Keaveny planning jazz club in Dublin

Several companies controlled by Keaveny, who owns Dakota on South William Street and the Odeon on Harcourt Street, have applied to renovate three properties on Drury Street