Post Reporter

Post Reporter

On view today

On view today

Royal Canal Park, Ratoath Road: two and three-bed apartments from €305,000, 2:30-4:30pm, Hooke & MacDonald. NORTH DUBLIN:

Go see

Go see

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Object of desire

Object of desire

This week’s four-foot-tall wine cooler resembles a giant wine glass, into which sit ice cubes for cooling six or seven bottles.

Planning awards

Planning awards

The deadline for entries for the National Planning Awards 2005, which will take place in November in Dublin, is the middle of August.

Interest grows in investment clubs

Interest grows in investment clubs

Top-performing clubs can do very well, but ambitions need to be realistic when trading, writes Aileen Power.

Down with conspiratorial elites from Belfast to D'Olier Street

Down with conspiratorial elites from Belfast to D'Olier Street

Both Fintan O'Toole and his enormous brain got stuck into the Provos last week in the wake of Peace in our Time (again).

Politics of colonisation come home to roost

Politics of colonisation come home to roost

With the IRA's farewell to arms the platitudes from the moral high ground about the North may disappear forever.

Changing demographics

Changing demographics

Some commentators are speculating that in a few decades the demographics of the North will provide a majority favouring unity with the south.

Saudis face troubled future

Saudis face troubled future

The world economy needs a stable Saudi Arabia, but it is far from clear whether the kingdom's next generation of leaders will be able to deliver this.

The North: Arms Dumps and Loyalist Feud

The North: Arms Dumps and Loyalist Feud

The focus now switches to conquering the logistical problems of destroying the IRA's arsenal, writes Declan Power.

Economy is still the battlefield

Economy is still the battlefield

Ireland's voters have now an expectation of economic success, and anything that the political parties do to dilute that is likely to be punished at the ballot box, writes Political Correspondent Pat Leahy.

Battle for Aer Lingus begins

Battle for Aer Lingus begins

The government is facing accusations that selling most of Aer Lingus is a triumph of right-wing ideology over common sense, writes Public Affairs Reporter Niamh Connolly.

Election Fever

Election Fever

Maybe a general election really is on the way.

So You Want To…Learn Life Drawing

So You Want To…Learn Life Drawing

What it is: drawing the exposed human body. Life drawing is the cornerstone of artistic training for all artists.

5 THINGS TODO...in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow

5 THINGS TODO...in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow

In a nutshell: nestled between the Glencree and Glencullen valleys in Co Wicklow, Enniskerry (www.enniskerry.ie) is the gateway to the Wicklow Mountains.