Dublin’s Harcourt Street is infamous for its astonishingly profitable nightclubs, but the bosses who run the street’s hospitality businesses see an even brighter future in the hours of daylight, writes Siobhan Brett.
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Ken Murphy’s father wanted him to be a doctor, but his life took a different turn. The president of the Law Society talks about being the figurehead of a profession under pressure
From living with cannibals to climbing Everest, Pat Falvey has truly lived a life less ordinary
Deepak Chopra feels a grá for the Irish – he was educated by the Christian Brothers – and the new-age guru says our talents will see us succeed
Sunday Interview: This industry is like the Hotel California: you can check out, but you can never leave
Almost 50 years ago, Tommy Higgins opened his first record store in Galway. His love for music has taken him from vinyl to Spotify with everything in between, and he’s still going strong