You can pay heavy price for failing to get Vat rates right

You can pay heavy price for failing to get Vat rates right 'There are always customers who absolutely appreciate premium quality, go out of their way to find it and will pay a premium price.'...

Google to pay over €115m to buy Treasury Building

Google to pay over €115m to buy Treasury Building The interior of the Treasury Building on Grand Canal Street, D2Johnny Ronan Google is close to signing a deal with developers Johnny Ronan and Paddy McKillen to...

Dental app takes bite of US market

Dental app takes bite of US market Toothpic founder Mark Moore Have a worrying niggle in your tooth, but don't have the time, or finances, to get to the dentist? There's an app for that. Dublin-based Toothpic,...

‘We won’t give up fight against CPO’: Greenway protest escalates in Kerry

'We won't give up fight against CPO': Greenway protest escalates in Kerry John O’Sullivan from Barrow, Tralee at Tuesday’s protest Kerry County Council has been accused of “heavy handed, bullying” tactics to acquire land for the...

Rare native breed of less than 15 herds in Ireland gets new lease of...

Rare native breed of less than 15 herds in Ireland gets new lease of life One of the oldest traditional Irish breeds of livestock, the Droimeann, which has been retrieved from the brink of extinction,...

Fixing the brand blind spot on age

Fixing the brand blind spot on age Leslie Walsh, marketing communications manager at Seat Ireland, and Michelle Flanagan, events manager, Spin 1038/Spin South West. Many Irish marketers will recall targeting 'silver surfers' or grey consumers and filling...

‘Stealth mode’ would have been wrong call for us

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Ronan’s €2.5m underground office appeal is thrown out by planners

Ronan's €2.5m underground office appeal is thrown out by planners An Bord Pleanála has refused permission for Mr Ronan's planned €2.5m office extension. Developer Johnny Ronan's plans to go underground at one of Dublin's best-known Georgian Squares have...

‘Insolvent’ energy firms in liquidation

'Insolvent' energy firms in liquidation 'The court agreed to the appointments after being told that OpenHydro's French parent, which had invested €260m, was no longer prepared to support the enterprises because the companies were loss-making'...

‘The guards bate in the door of the house at 5.50am’ – Man freed...

'The guards bate in the door of the house at 5.50am' - Man freed after he vows to stay away from land at centre of row John Kinsella as he is escorted to the holding...

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