Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina Marie O'Neill was appointed Property Editor of The Sunday Business Post in 2014. O'Neill has worked with The Sunday Business Post since 2000, contributing to a variety of sections of the newspaper, including world news, general reporting and covering food for the Magazine. She has a Masters degree in Politics from UCD, and a diploma in interior design.‚Äč

Boutique bags designer brands

Boutique bags designer brands

Shag, a new boutique in Dun Laoghaire, is a treasure trove of high-end accessories including shoes, bags and jewellery.

Plenty of ripe pickings in sophisticated Valencia

Plenty of ripe pickings in sophisticated Valencia

Valencia, Spain’s third-largest city and one of the country’s most sophisticated places to live, offers numerous opportunities for property investment.

Cabinteely four-bed for growing families

Cabinteely four-bed for growing families

With 182 square metres of living space and generous front and rear gardens, 27 Shrewsbury Lawn should attract growing families seeking a home on this cherry-blossom-lined cul de sac in south Dublin.

Cure for common hold

Cure for common hold

Businesspeople spend an average of 60 hours on hold each year, and nothing guarantees frustration as reliably as silence or electronic jingles at the other end of the line.

Thousands expected at golf exhibition

Thousands expected at golf exhibition

Thousands of golf enthusiasts are expected at the Irish Golf Show 2006, which takes place at the Punchestown National Events Centre in Co Kildare from April 15 to 17.

So you want to go sea-kayaking

So you want to go sea-kayaking

A watersport that uses kayaks, or small boats, which can accommodate one, two or occasionally three paddlers. What it is:

Sotogrande development on the market

Sotogrande development on the market

Sotogrande, an exclusive residential and leisure resort in southern Spain, has released a number of apartments, townhouses, villas and plots for sale to Irish investors.

Spacious Blackrock village four-bed for €1.4m

Spacious Blackrock village four-bed for €1.4m

Number 9 Carysfort Avenue is a deceptively spacious double-fronted villa-style period residence situated in Blackrock village.

Galway scheme with Section 50 tax breaks

Galway scheme with Section 50 tax breaks

O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers has released the final phase of Section 50 apartments at Centrepoint Student Village on the Tuam Road in Galway.

TileSavers rebranding gets a good foundation

TileSavers rebranding gets a good foundation

Niall McGarry has spent the last year and €1.25 million rebranding TileSavers as BTW, the largest tile, bathroom and wood-flooring retailer in Ireland.

Ashbourne apartments from €255k

Ashbourne apartments from €255k

The fourth phase of 30 two and three-bedroom apartments has gone on sale priced from €255,000 at The Courtyard in Killegland, adjacent to the new Ashbourne Town Centre.

Spacious, well-presented home in Irishtown

Spacious, well-presented home in Irishtown

Number 1 Seapoint Terrace is a spacious and well-presented three-bedroom mid-terrace property in Irishtown, which HOK Residential will auction on April 11.

Family home close to Rathgar and Terenure

Family home close to Rathgar and Terenure

Offers of €1.2million will be considered for a property with what must be one of Dublin’s most unusual addresses.

Dublin sisters open Bad Art to all

Dublin sisters open Bad Art to all

Dublin artist Deborah Donnelly and her sister Denise are the principals behind the Bad Art Gallery, which showcases vibrant art at affordable prices on Francis Street in Dublin.

Apartments in heart of Prague from €65,000

Apartments in heart of Prague from €65,000

Gunne New Homes Overseas is currently marketing a new residential development in the heart of the Czech Republic’s historic capital Prague.