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.

Challenger bank Starling to make Ireland its European HQ

Challenger bank Starling to make Ireland its European HQ

Ireland will be Starling Bank’s first operation outside the UK and marks the start of ambitious European expansion plans

Council site sold to private developer for housing still a derelict ‘eyesore’

Council site sold to private developer for housing still a derelict ‘eyesore’

Councillors voted in favour of selling 33-37 Dolphin’s Barn Street, on the corner of South Circular Road, to Malkey Ltd, a company connected with Hollybrook Homes, for €405,000 in March 2015

O’Callaghan’s neighbours get approval for extension

O’Callaghan’s neighbours get approval for extension

Media couple had objected to three-storey plan

Pilots at search and rescue service interviewed by state inspectors

Pilots at search and rescue service interviewed by state inspectors

IALPA raised a number of concerns from working hours to safety matters in detailed correspondence last year

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Top designer Orla Kiely has broken her silence on the 2018 collapse of her retail empire

Click.ie is referred to Garda crime bureau

Click.ie is referred to Garda crime bureau

Move comes in wake of liquidator’s report

FAI flouts Ross’s demand to change governance practices

FAI flouts Ross’s demand to change governance practices

A proposal by the Football Association of Ireland would allow its board members to stay in situ for 14 years.

Former Fatah leader sues Facebook in Ireland over false Khashoggi claims

Former Fatah leader sues Facebook in Ireland over false Khashoggi claims

A former adviser to Yasser Arafat is suing Facebook in Ireland in relation to an alleged defamati...

Answers sought after council gives prime Dublin site away ‘for a song’

Answers sought after council gives prime Dublin site away ‘for a song’

A full report is being sought into the circumstances around the sale of public land at a prime Du...

An attempt to somehow make sense of a son’s suicide

An attempt to somehow make sense of a son’s suicide

FICTION: Where Reasons End: A Novel , By Yiyun Li, Penguin, €14.95 A mother meets her dead son ...

Guinness descendant wants Iveagh Markets fixed up – or handed back

Guinness descendant wants Iveagh Markets fixed up – or handed back

A member of the Guinness family, which built the historic Iveagh Markets in Dublin, expressed con...

Former bankrupt Stokes starts again at Vandals Coffee

Former bankrupt Stokes starts again at Vandals Coffee

Simon Stokes, one half of the twins who made headlines for their ill-fated running of Residence c...

Johnston Press group’s last Irish remnants are set for liquidation

Johnston Press group’s last Irish remnants are set for liquidation

Scottish group will have deficit of €116 million after once boasting a string of top regional titles; its 14 Irish papers were eventually sold to Iconic Newspapers for massive haircut of €9 million

Magnier/McManus pub group slated as pale, male and stale

Magnier/McManus pub group slated as pale, male and stale

Mitchells & Butlers plc, the pub group backed by billionaire businessmen JP McManus and John ...

Roisin Burke on Business

Roisin Burke on Business

I walked past the Long Stone pub on Townsend Street in Dublin recently as the place was being gut...