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.

Fox's big leap

Fox's big leap

Felicity Fox celebrates a year in business this month. The Dublin estate agent has certainly enjoyed a busy start, having launched one of Dublin's most expensive and ambitious housing schemes and secured a string of headline-making results.

The world is not a safer place

The world is not a safer place

In the three years since the September 11 attacks, the British and US-led war machine has attacked two sovereign states, deployed hundreds of thousands of troops and injected billions into its defence budgets.

Dettori glory

Dettori glory

Frankie Dettori squirms as he recalls his momento della verita, or moment of truth, being played out on national television.

Former An Taisce boss buys 25% of Browne's Village magazine

Former An Taisce boss buys 25% of Browne's Village magazine

Michael Smith, former chairman of An Taisce, has bought a 25 per cent stake in the Village, a weekly publication launched in October by columnist and broadcaster Vincent Browne.

Consultants plan private clinic for Cork University Hospital

Consultants plan private clinic for Cork University Hospital

A group of medical consultants is trying to set up a private clinic in the grounds of Cork University Hospital in Cork City.

PR consultant charged double rival's fees

PR consultant charged double rival's fees

The public relations consultant hired by Minister for Transport Martin Cullen charged double what a rival firm tendered for the controversial contract.

€300 home paternity test kits to be sold on the Irish market

€300 home paternity test kits to be sold on the Irish market

The British home secretary, David Blunkett, has demanded DNA tests on his ex-lover's child.

High-value hospital landbank to be sold in south and south east

High-value hospital landbank to be sold in south and south east

Large tracts of land adjoining hospitals in the south-east and south of the country have been earmarked to be sold on the open market.

Dublin residents threaten action over scheme

Dublin residents threaten action over scheme

Residents of the Mount St Anne's development in Milltown, south Dublin, may go to the High Court to stop new apartments being built on the site and the granting of greater public access.

€70m buyout broker axes party

€70m buyout broker axes party

Management at a Dublin insurance brokerage involved in a €70 million buyout earlier this year has cancelled the annual staff Christmas party.

Irish ringtone sales hit €16m

Irish ringtone sales hit €16m

More than €16 million has been spent on ringtones in Ireland this year, according to O2 Ireland.

Inmarsat races to ESA award

Inmarsat races to ESA award

Inmarsat has won the European Sponsorship Association award (ESA) for its exclusive global partnership with the FIA World Rally Championship.

Charities make little from card sales

Charities make little from card sales

Irish charities receive as little as 5 per cent of the sale price of charity Christmas cards, The Sunday Business Post can reveal.

Big demand for country homes

Big demand for country homes

Buyers are showing a greater appetite for million euro country houses within commuting distance of major cities, writes Susan Mitchell.