Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Lonsdale eyes further Irish investments   'Elite has a turnover of £22m (€24.7m) and employs 215 people. ' (stock photo) Lonsdale Capital Partners, the London-based private equity firm run by Dubliners Alan Dargan and Ross Finegan, is eyeing further investments in Ireland...
Vatican diplomat who acts as Pope's eyes on the world Archbishop Paul Gallagher, who was born in Liverpool, heads the world's oldest diplomatic service, reports Paddy Agnew from Rome HELPING HAND: As foreign minister, Archbishop Paul Gallagher, left, is a ‘close...
Land divide - The gap in land prices between the east and west of the country continues to widen The auction of this 101ac farm near Douglas on the outskirts of Cork city for €5.8m (€58,000/ac) was the headline sale...
Landmark sale - Home and farm of famous horse trainer and top chocolatier sells for €1.83m Landscape Stud in south Tipperary Landscape Stud on 91ac near the village of Kilsheelan in South Tipperary sold at auction last week making €1.83m surpassing...
Irish Stock Exchange gives boost to Euronext Group costs increased due to acquisitions, including Euronext Dublin and FastMatch, as well as transaction costs, the company said. (stock picture) Paris-based Euronext, which took over the Irish Stock Exchange earlier this year, has...

Millennial Diary

Millennial Diary Jennifer Aniston Photo by Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage Poor old Jen. The operative words being: 'poor' and 'old' and the overly familiar 'Jen'. Because everyone knows that Jennifer Aniston is aged, childless, and just cannot hold down a man. For shame!...
The artist making Irish fashionable through T-shirts and greeting cards Irish-themed products are proving a bid draw in foreign markets Shona Shirley Macdonald of Mireog from Rinn, Co Waterford with her hand-printed T-shirts. Picture: Patrick Browne When then Taoiseach Enda Kenny visited...
This Man's Life: Whiskey, you're not the devil, says the author after a night in Berlin Stock image 'Do you know where the wicked go after death?' wrote Charlotte Bronte in Jane Eyre. 'They go to hell,' was my ready and...
Four decades of keeping the shows on the road Michael Hughes has given stalwart service to the Irish agricultural shows scene Michael Hughes is bringing the curtain down on a lifetime's involvement with the Irish Shows Association For more than four decades,...

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