Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Major reform can be damaging to healthcare

Major reform can be damaging to healthcare

We must stop drawing lines on a map and start collaborating to get the health service we all deserve

North wary of Brexit threat to cross-border tourism

North wary of Brexit threat to cross-border tourism

Tourism NI is striving to ensure that the recent surge in visitor numbers from the South won’t be reversed when Britain leaves the EU, writes Dominic McGrath

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

A new chief executive has been appointed at Deloitte in Ireland. Harry Goddard will assume the ro...

‘Trust people to do the job you’ve brought them in to do’

‘Trust people to do the job you’ve brought them in to do’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Chris Paul of Avantcard

Sweet smell of success in a western setting

Sweet smell of success in a western setting

‘Customers would travel to visit us in the high season, but we’d never see them again. So how...

How a boutique homecare provider got off the ground

How a boutique homecare provider got off the ground

‘Young people should be encouraged to set up their own businesses,” says Siobhan Hackett, fou...

Swapping the rat race for a dog -walker’s life

Swapping the rat race for a dog -walker’s life

If you’ve ever thought of leaving an office job for a healthier way of life, with more time to ...

Tripping the headlight fantastic

Tripping the headlight fantastic

A trip down Opel’s memory lane shows how far automotive lighting has progressed – culminating in their new dazzle-free LED design

Double trouble

Double trouble

The superjumbo A380 is flying into retirement. Christopher Jasper explains why Airbus is calling time on the double-decker

New hire at QRE

New hire at QRE

Lisa McInerney is joining QRE Real Estate Advisers as its divisional director of transaction serv...

Dragons at the Docks helps Simon to buy eight flats for homeless

Dragons at the Docks helps Simon to buy eight flats for homeless

The nine cornerstone sponsors of the annual Dragons at the Docks event gathered at the site of...

Eight-storey Merrion Road office building ready to accept tenants

Eight-storey Merrion Road office building ready to accept tenants

Chartered Land has announced that the €45 million transformation of the eight-storey 182,500 sq...

Drones take the danger out of landscape surveying

Drones take the danger out of landscape surveying

Drones have received a bit of negative publicity recently due to incidents at Gatwick Airport, bu...

Construction round-up

Construction round-up

Sisk starts at Cherrywood Main contractor John Sisk and Sons has begun works on the construction ...

On the market

On the market

Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer