Post Reporter

Post Reporter

UTV goes for radio licence

UTV goes for radio licence

Last week was the deadline for applications for the new Belfast FM radio licence.

Final house in Kilmessan

Final house in Kilmessan

Sherry FitzGerald Royal is seeking €309,000 for the last house in the Kilmessan Green development in Kilmessan, Co Meath.

Montague to head PRII

Montague to head PRII

Pat Montague, managing director of public relations agency Montague Communications, has become the new president of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland (PRII).

Preview: Viewing highlights of the week

Preview: Viewing highlights of the week

The pinnacle of Sean Doherty's political career was a short spell as minister for justice in the early 1980s. Scannal! The Man Behind the Wire, Monday, 7.30pm, RTE 1:

Gratitude for the victims

Gratitude for the victims

Is it not time that we, as a nation, expressed our gratitude to all those victims of 40 years of sectarian violence who have so readily, so generously and so bravely forgiven the bombings and shootings for the sake of our great peace process?

Airline links Shannon, Boston

Airline links Shannon, Boston

American Airlines will start a daily service between Shannon and Boston on May 1 next year.

Movie highlights of the week

Movie highlights of the week

{ "#" : "The film that turned Mel Gibson into a megastar, this grim low-budget thriller is viscerally watchable 25 years after its release." , "b" : "Mad Max:"}

€60,000 in judgments

€60,000 in judgments

Two court judgments totalling almost €60,000 have been registered against E-blana Enterprise Group, a technology services group based in Blackrock, Co Dublin.

Infrastructure Bill concern

Infrastructure Bill concern

The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has said it is “extremely concerned" about the government's decision to withdraw the Critical Infrastructure Bill.

NTL loses €270k on Talkshop

NTL loses €270k on Talkshop

Cable company NTL has lost more than €270,000 following the collapse of Talkshop, an internet and call shop chain that employed 40 people, writes Ian Kehoe.

Paisley says no

Paisley says no

Irish-Americans are shocked (but hardly surprised) that the Reverend Ian Paisley has said no again.

Age tax-credits

Age tax-credits

The government boasts of its record in dealing with senior citizens' welfare.

Business insurance costs rise

Business insurance costs rise

Business insurance costs rose by 4 per cent this year, compared with a 28 per cent rise last year and a 52 per cent rise in 2002, according to research by employers body, Ibec.

Non-stop festive action on ice

Non-stop festive action on ice

Disney on Ice: Toy Story 2, The Point, Dublin/Green Glens Arena, Co Cork, until December 5/December 15-19.

Fine Gael abandons patriotic politics

Fine Gael abandons patriotic politics

Not many people noticed it, but it was a major political event in a week where what didn't happen in the North made more news than what did happen in the Republic.