Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Mike Brady: Our most successful farmers don't wallow but see opportunity in crisis   Agricultural consultant, Mike Brady.Milking parlour.Winston Churchill: never let a good crisis go to waste. The are many different types of people in the world today. In fact, we...
Paddy Power continues US drive with deal Deal will cover 15 states, bar Nevada, where the US gaming firm owns a number of hotel casinos, including Las Vegas’ Fremont. FanDuel, a subsidiary of Paddy Power Betfair, has entered an agreement with...
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,...
Ulster Bank will look at more sales of distressed home loans Interim chief executive Paul Stanley said bank will assess loan book. Ulster Bank will consider further distressed mortgage sales once it completes the disposal of 6,500 problem loans later this...
Finns sleep in chilled supermarket aisles as Europe bakes in heatwave A Russian woman cools herself running through a fountain at a park in Moscow. Photo: AP Europe's heatwave gripped Spain and Portugal yesterday, as governments checked for forest fires, a...

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Fitzwilliam hotels to get €20m boost in major expansion and refurbishment 'Accounts for Ampleforth showed that in 2017, revenues at the company totalled €15.12m.' Stock image Businessman Michael Holland is investing €20m in the expansion of his luxury hotels, the Fitzwilliam...
Samantha McCaughren: Quintessential sets sights on new premium Irish gin Quintessential’s Shane Hoyne Quintessential is about to start hiring for its new €10m Dublin 8 distillery and visitor centre, which will promote two of its Irish whiskeys - The Liberties and...
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...
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...
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