Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Work smarter, live better in the midwest

Work smarter, live better in the midwest

The establishment of the Atlantic Economic Corridor will act as a key enabler to achieving plans aimed at better balancing Ireland’s population and economic activity

A centre of reinvention

A centre of reinvention

Shannon did not exist as a town before 1960, but the development of the airport and then of a multicultural community and busy industrial centre turned it into a thriving hub

Full house: business is thriving at Shannon Commercial Properties

Full house: business is thriving at Shannon Commercial Properties

One of the largest commercial property providers outside Dublin, Shannon Commercial Properties owns and operates a range of business and industrial parks

The home of Irish aviation

The home of Irish aviation

How the aerospace-industry cluster at Shannon keeps Ireland - and the world - in flying form

Minding his manor

Minding his manor

A graduate of Shannon College of Hotel Management, Colm Hannon worked in hotels across the globe before returning to the midwest to become chief executive of Adare Manor

Scenery, history and culture make Clare a tourist magnet for thousands

Scenery, history and culture make Clare a tourist magnet for thousands

Last year was the Wild Atlantic Way’s strongest yet. We had 3.7 million international visitors, 4.7 million domestic visitors

How Shannon’s remarkable aviation history got its museum

How Shannon’s remarkable aviation history got its museum

The idea for Shannon Aviation Museum dates back to 2001, when Eddie Ryan – the museum’s chairman – retired from a longstanding career in aviation and decided to kickstart a project that would recognise Shannon’s impressive aviation history

Chemifloc in bid to optimise drinkability of our water

Chemifloc in bid to optimise drinkability of our water

Chemifloc, the Shannon producer of water and wastewater treatment chemicals, has established a new technical laboratory to further product development

Right to the end: The extraordinary people providing palliative care

Right to the end: The extraordinary people providing palliative care

Caring for the dying is a difficult job, but it is also rewarding, as Arlene Harris discovered, when she spoke to four people who have dedicated themselves to helping those in their care to die in comfort and with dignity

Say no to the scroll

Say no to the scroll

Five concrete ways to help you and your family switch off

Book review: How the pill changes everything by Dr Sarah E. Hill

Book review: How the pill changes everything by Dr Sarah E. Hill

This take on the pill is a little hard to swallow

Chef's table: All together now for the best batch

Chef's table: All together now for the best batch

Susan Jane Murray’s latest tome, Clever Batch, is a love song to batch cooking. Here she shares three of her favourite recipes to whip up now, and enjoy all week

NTA’s Graham honoured at eGovernment awards

NTA’s Graham honoured at eGovernment awards

Anne Graham, chief executive of the National Transport Authority, was awarded the eGovernment visionary award

Novi secures Mater hospital green deal

Novi secures Mater hospital green deal

The cloud provider Novi has implemented a flexible cloud solution for the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin

New fintech hub to open in Kerry

New fintech hub to open in Kerry

RDI Hub is a new research, development and innovation hub backed by Fexco, IT Tralee and Kerry County Council