Post Reporter

Post Reporter

‘If you cannot make a friend, don’t make an enemy’

‘If you cannot make a friend, don’t make an enemy’

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 Kirby Tarrant of Clark Hill Solicitors

The week in business

The week in business

“Boris blues” were blamed for Irish consumer sentiment hitting a five-year low. The KBC Bank ...

Progress will be slow if we can’t define it

Progress will be slow if we can’t define it

Academic research on economics is useful, but has so far failed to answer crucial questions about what kind of society we want. Patrick Collison is right – a new approach is needed, writes Diane Coyle

Bavarians go electric

Bavarians go electric

BMW has been slow to start, but it has a number of all-electric vehicles on the way. In the meantime, its 330e plug-in hybrid is worth getting charged up about

A funny and frightening journey into the future

A funny and frightening journey into the future

Joanna Kavenna's Zed is set in a recognisable London which is far from wildly futuristic – we’re not talking Bladerunner – but one where digital technology has extended its capabilities, especially as regards artificial intelligence

Bistro dishes to dine for

Bistro dishes to dine for

This week, try two recipes from Nicholas Courtney, head chef at Morilles Bistro (morillesbistro.ie) in Rathfarnham in Dublin

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Going Up That Simone Biles triple-double the gymnastic superstar delivered poetry in motion to se...

Great Irish Bars: A twist in the cocktail

Great Irish Bars: A twist in the cocktail

From the bygone-era glamour of The Sidecar in Dublin to the understated, thoroughly modern America Village Apothecary in Galway, they all offer different, but similarly high-quality, drinks experiences

Great Irish Bars: A crafty collection

Great Irish Bars: A crafty collection

It says a lot about the explosion of interest in craft beer in Ireland in recent years that it’s now surprising to find a bar that doesn’t offer any. But there are some that go above and beyond in their selections, including those featured here

Great Irish Bars: Pubs with top-notch grub

Great Irish Bars: Pubs with top-notch grub

It’s not that long ago that food – of any kind – was a rarity in an Irish pub, but these days you’re as likely to get served a great burger as a packet of scampi fries. These ten gastro- pubs are turning out some of the country’s best pub grub

Great Irish Bars: Oldies but goodies

Great Irish Bars: Oldies but goodies

What makes the bars listed here special is their ability, generation after generation, to absorb each new scene, yet to never become subsumed into them, instead accommodating each new wave by having it adhere to the old rules

Great Irish Bars: Pint of view

Great Irish Bars: Pint of view

As we look at our coastal regions with fresh eyes, our hospitality requirements, too, continue to change and evolve. And some of the very best pubs now earn much of their imprimatur by dint of their proximity to an especially attractive maritime view

Great Irish Bars: Raising the bar on the pleasures of wine

Great Irish Bars: Raising the bar on the pleasures of wine

The quality, diversity and volume of wine on sale across Ireland has exploded over the last decade, and this has been matched by the arrival of a wave of specialist wine bars in every corner of the country

Sky to test more flexible football tactics in Germany

Sky to test more flexible football tactics in Germany

A pay-per-match partnership with digital platform Onefootball could go ahead close to the beginning of the new Bundesliga season on Friday

Europe 'walking naked' into Trump's trade war

Europe 'walking naked' into Trump's trade war

New ECB chief Christine Lagarde’s real challenge will be to convince Germany that it is time to take off the spending caps. That alone will require a seismic shift