Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Irish businesses braced for Brexit horror

Irish businesses braced for Brexit horror

The British land bridge is a vital link to Europe – and the government must do more to manage access and supply chain routes

A sparkling selection of reads for Christmas

A sparkling selection of reads for Christmas

Which books should you buy for Christmas? Let well-known names from the worlds of politics, media, culture, the arts and business be your guide

Images Of The Year

Images Of The Year

Blazing swastikas, dancing prime ministers, ghostly lanterns, slingshots facing state-of-the-art weaponry, sporting triumphs against the odds: this is our selection of the most arresting photographs taken in 2018

Two succulent winter warmers

Two succulent winter warmers

This week, Barra Hurley, head chef of the recently opened Isabelle’s restaurant and bar on South Anne Street in Dublin, has two recipes for you to serve to guests over Christmas. The meatballs would also make a hearty dinner, and take well to freezing too

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Going Up Rick O’Shea’s book club the RTÉ broadcaster and book club host has helped raise fun...

BBC in talks to avert EU Brexit blackout

BBC in talks to avert EU Brexit blackout

The licences the broadcaster uses to beam hit shows into other EU countries will no longer be valid unless the UK leaves the EU on March 29 with a withdrawal agreement in place

EU to protect own interests in no-deal scenario

EU to protect own interests in no-deal scenario

If the House of Commons fails to ratify the withdrawal treaty before the country’s scheduled leaving date of March 29, the EU won’t seek a 'managed no-deal', according to an EU official

Mourinho pays price for United's fear of missing out

Mourinho pays price for United's fear of missing out

A failure to qualify for the Champions League would have significant implications for the club's revenue growth in the 2020 financial year, with the cumulative value of broadcasting rights set to jump by more than half for the 2019 to 2021 seasons

Retail's winter gloom goes online

Retail's winter gloom goes online

The gloomy update from a British online retailer that competes with Amazon.com and has furnished fashions to the likes of Meghan Markle shows that European retail weakness is widespread in the run-up to the Christmas holidays

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

A new partner has been appointed to the corporate team at Mason Hayes & Curran. William Dillo...

How the long dark winter gnaws at the soul of your office

How the long dark winter gnaws at the soul of your office

As winter sets in, the evenings are darker and exposure to natural light diminishes. For many peo...

‘Have a clear vision and be able to communicate it across the team’

‘Have a clear vision and be able to communicate it across the team’

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 Stephen Teeling

Where printing, design and start-to-end ideation are a Snap

Where printing, design and start-to-end ideation are a Snap

The Snap Group of print management and marketing service centres carried off the Best Use of Prin...

Mix of artistry and skill never fails to Impress

Mix of artistry and skill never fails to Impress

Impress Printing Works' winning record at the Irish Print Awards stretches back to 1993 – a tes...

Gala Print Awards is celebration of how much print still matters

Gala Print Awards is celebration of how much print still matters

The continued vitality and importance of the print industry in Ireland was celebrated at the rece...