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Post Reporter

Customer service key to Zip Yard’s success

Customer service key to Zip Yard’s success

The Zip Yard Franchising Ireland has been shortlisted in four categories for this years Irish Fra...

Franchise homes in on staff incentives

Franchise homes in on staff incentives

Jonathan Acton is managing director at Home Instead Senior Care Westmeath/Offaly/Longford. His of...

Home Instead Senior Care employs 4,000 nationwide

Home Instead Senior Care employs 4,000 nationwide

Over the past 14 years, Home Instead Senior Care has leveraged a world-class, US-designed franchi...

Taking stock for the hospitality sector

Taking stock for the hospitality sector

Synergy Franchising is a home-grown franchise business owned and operated by brothers Aidan and O...

Right at Home seeking new franchisees as Irish population ages

Right at Home seeking new franchisees as Irish population ages

The home-care sector offers investment opportunities as Ireland’s ageing population rises. Righ...

énergie Fitness prepared to go the extra mile for members

énergie Fitness prepared to go the extra mile for members

Énergie Fitness (Ireland) was ranked first among leading health and fitness club operators in th...

Dublin office rental market is still alive and kicking

Dublin office rental market is still alive and kicking

The appetite for workspace in the capital is unlikely to plateau any time soon, with big tech and the co-working sector driving demand, writes Paul Scannell

On the market

On the market

Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer

Construction Information Services round-up

Construction Information Services round-up

Permission sought for fast-track units for Bray Southern Cross Lands has submitted a strategic pl...

Stories from the silence: An extract from Caelainn Hogan's new book, Republic of Shame

Stories from the silence: An extract from Caelainn Hogan's new book, Republic of Shame

In an extract from her new book, Republic of Shame, Caelainn Hogan tells the story of Blánaid, a young woman in mid-1970s Ireland who was forced to give up her newborn son for adoption

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Going Up Keelin Moncrieff it’s a name you’ll be familiar with if you’ve an ethically minded...

Book Review: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

Book Review: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

A profound look at why people commit monstrous acts

Fast, feminist and ferocious: Meet the women ruling the waves

Fast, feminist and ferocious: Meet the women ruling the waves

Three decades ago, Angela Heath crewed on a boat that smashed ocean racing’s glass ceiling. Today, she is part of a growing movement intent on bringing women to the helm of competitive sailing, writes Cliona Foley

Draghi has one last run at reviving euro economy

Draghi has one last run at reviving euro economy

The ECB’s announcement of a new stimulus package is a remarkable turn of events, just nine months after it signalled it was finished with ever-looser policy

Tech giants' nemesis back with even more power

Tech giants' nemesis back with even more power

As well as keeping her role as EU competition chief, Margrethe Vestager will be EU Commission president-elect Ursula von der Leyen's executive vice president in charge of digital affairs