Róisín Burke

Róisín Burke

Roisin Burke is Senior Business Correspondent with The Sunday Business Post and pens the Week in Business column. Burke joined the newspaper in 2014 from the Sunday Independent, where she was a business reporter for the past four years. She previously worked at the Sunday Tribune and the Sunday Times. Burke holds a degree in Spanish and English from NUI Galway and a Masters in Journalism from the Dublin Institute of Technology.

Kelleher secures backing for €1.2bn case against Nama

Kelleher secures backing for €1.2bn case against Nama

Shelbourne North Water Street will claim that Nama mishandled the sale of $92m worth of debt; developer expected to subpoena senior Nama officials and the liquidators of IBRC

Turkish energy company seeks Irish move

Turkish energy company seeks Irish move

A fledgling energy company backed by two of Turkey’s most powerful and influential business fam...

Geese attack Marlet housing plan

Geese attack Marlet housing plan

Marlet, led by Pat Crean, is seeking to avail of the newly introduced fast track option aimed at speeding up housing delivery that sees applications go directly to An Bord Pleanála

Kinnerton to set up €500m social housing fund

Kinnerton to set up €500m social housing fund

Kinnerton, a London and Copenhagen-based fund with €400 million worth of managed assets, hopes ...

Cogs & Marvel a real cash cow

Cogs & Marvel a real cash cow

Events firm turns over €25m

Contractor takes case against O’Callaghan firm over fit-out deal at international school

Contractor takes case against O’Callaghan firm over fit-out deal at international school

A construction management company has gone to the High Court seeking damages from the developer o...

Superb satire skewers pretensions of privileged Australians

Superb satire skewers pretensions of privileged Australians

Educated, comfortable Sydney dwellers are devastatingly pilloried as having become morally unmoored by cosy privilege in Michelle de Kretser’s fifth novel

Exclusive: Inside Scientology’s Irish nerve centre

Exclusive: Inside Scientology’s Irish nerve centre

It was founded in the 1950s by a science fiction novelist. It’s long been seen as one of the most controversial religions in the world. Now Scientology is moving into Ireland. Róisín Burke visited its Firhouse base

Scientology director rejects secrecy claims

Scientology director rejects secrecy claims

Róisín Burke met senior Scientologist Diana Stahl to talk about ‘cult’ accusations, the reason for the huge Irish expansion drive and more

Scientologists may apply for charity status

Scientologists may apply for charity status

Senior Scientology director Diana Stahl said that Ireland 'holds a special place in the history of Scientology, in the hearts and minds of Scientologists'

Hotel suites row at Citywest winds its way to the High Court

Hotel suites row at Citywest winds its way to the High Court

Citywest owner Tetrarch is working to resolve a long-running row that affects 395 rooms at the We...

Independent report says Leeside apartment 'evictions' could be avoided

Independent report says Leeside apartment 'evictions' could be avoided

Lugus Capital is seeking to terminate the tenancies of 23 households at the Cork building to carry out what it describes as essential fire safety works

Cooley Distillery opposes cancer warning labels

Cooley Distillery opposes cancer warning labels

Whiskey maker says proposal in Public Health (Alcohol) Bill would place a 'stigma' on Irish products

Businessman Conlan opens up on growth plan for €100m empire

Businessman Conlan opens up on growth plan for €100m empire

Developer has teamed up with Alan Clancy to expand into pubs and restaurant sector

Farnham Estate owner adds to Irish portfolio

Farnham Estate owner adds to Irish portfolio

Mount Wolseley and Farnham Estate owner Thomas Roeggla has added another hotel to a growing colle...