Susan Mitchell

Susan Mitchell

Susan Mitchell is Health Editor of The Sunday Business Post. A native of Dublin, Mitchell has won numerous awards for her coverage of Ireland’s healthcare system. Her stories have led to several national policy changes. Mitchell holds a BA from UCD and a postgraduate diploma in business studies from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

Free glossy for Dublin market

Free glossy for Dublin market

A new glossy magazine will be launched this summer and delivered free of charge to 200,000 homes in Dublin each month.

Publishers weigh up US version of VIP

Publishers weigh up US version of VIP

Irish publishers Michael O'Doherty and John Ryan are considering launching an American version of their successful magazine VIP.

Powerhouse of ideas for Pentagon founders

Powerhouse of ideas for Pentagon founders

John Canacott and Deirdre Kelly, the founders of Pentagon Marketing Services, are to open a new marketing company called Powerhouse Marketing in July.

Warden of the Park

Warden of the Park

Board meetings at the Park Hotel in Kenmare are a simple affair.

Advertising's new mantra measures up

Advertising's new mantra measures up

In the past, marketers would waltz into meetings with the financial controller and look for budget increases for television ads, for high-profile sponsorship events and for simply getting the message out to as many people as possible.

Landlords complain of board backlog

Landlords complain of board backlog

Landlords say they are facing lengthy delays with the new tenancies board.

Apartment owners clash with management agencies

Apartment owners clash with management agencies

Pitched as offering homeowners lower maintenance and a hassle-free approach to modern living, apartments are being snapped up by an increasing number of people in Ireland.

An Taisce secretary resigns in board row

An Taisce secretary resigns in board row

A board member of An Taisce has resigned amid accusations that the state's environmental organisation was making proposals based on incorrect information.

D4 apartment residents seek legal advice

D4 apartment residents seek legal advice

Residents of an apartment development in Dublin 4 are considering seeking legal advice due to problems over security and the maintenance of the development.

Pensions Board awards analysis contract

Pensions Board awards analysis contract

Life Strategies and the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) have been jointly awarded a major contract by the Pensions Board.

Professionals line up for fight club

Professionals line up for fight club

White-collar boxing is set to make its Irish debut. Billed as “the workout of a fighter without the fight", white-collar professionals from London and New York have embraced the pastime, thought to have been started by two Wall Street moguls.

Higher fines for breaches of laws

Higher fines for breaches of laws

Publicans and retailers who breach consumer legislation could face a five-fold increase in fines under new proposals from the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

Private sector eyes up healthcare

Private sector eyes up healthcare

With health topping the agenda as a political and electoral issue, a more favourable policy environment is likely to see a surge in private sector investment.

Nursing ambitions

Nursing ambitions

Looking at the ten-year history of Barchester Healthcare, it's hard not to be impressed.

Appeal against Drogheda complex

Appeal against Drogheda complex

Residents of an upmarket housing estate in Drogheda plantolodge an appeal against a major five-storey shopping centre that will be accessed through their estate.