Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Red letter day for Hyundai’s N

Red letter day for Hyundai’s N

The magnificent i30 Fastback N suggests the Japanese manufacturer’s fledgling performance brand could soon challenge BMW’s fabled M division, writes Matt Robinson

The art of making money

The art of making money

Dubliner Frank Dunphy is the man who made Damien Hirst a multimillionaire, working closely with the British artist to shake up the stuffy art world. He reflects on a career that took him from north Co Dublin to the world’s most lucrative auction rooms

From plentiful housing to quality of life, country living is where it’s at

From plentiful housing to quality of life, country living is where it’s at

Self-reliance is what will help rural Ireland deal with its many woes

It’s time to tap into tourism’s potential

It’s time to tap into tourism’s potential

Tourism can’t be outsourced or off-shored, and it creates jobs all over Ireland. So why doesn’t the government invest more in it?

Over €3.6 billion invested in Irish commercial property

Over €3.6 billion invested in Irish commercial property

The Irish commercial property investment market exceeded expectation in 2018, with more than €3...

A nice little earner

A nice little earner

Hoteliers are focusing on smaller guestrooms and long secure income as the sector remains optimistic – despite predicted yield reductions, a Vat hike and concerns about Brexit

Danoj secures funding to redevelop Dublin 8 property

Danoj secures funding to redevelop Dublin 8 property

Property developer Danoj Developments last week announced it has secured more than €1.3 million...

Construction round-up

Construction round-up

Harry Crosbie’s Vicar Street hotel gets green light Plans have been approved for a €17 millio...

On the market

On the market

Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer

Object of desire

Object of desire

Through the 1960s and 1970s, Barris Kustom cornered the market in movie and TV automobiles, from ...

Events calendar

Events calendar

January 23: Bonham’s Jewellery Valuations, 31 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, 01-6020990 January 2...

Vast postcard collection delivers a whole world into your hands

Vast postcard collection delivers a whole world into your hands

It should be a red-letter day for deltiologists - the Seamus Kearns Collection of over 100,000 po...

Hale and hearty

Hale and hearty

Keep your healthy eating habits up this month with these four flavourful recipes from Gareth Mullins, executive head chef at The Marker hotel in Dublin (themarkerhoteldublin.com)

Savouring a taste for the good life

Savouring a taste for the good life

Deanna O’Connor spends a leisurely week exploring the Alentejo wine region in Portugal

Flights of fancy discovering the art of travelling to find the world’s best exhibitions

Flights of fancy discovering the art of travelling to find the world’s best exhibitions

For culture vultures, 2019 holds a dazzling array of museum exhibitions. From London to Los Angeles and Brooklyn to Basel, there are thoughtful, sweeping and often provocative shows to look forward to. Here are some of the most exciting the world has to offer, each with air miles as standard, writes James Tarmy