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LGFA choose Micheál Naughton as President-elect

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) congress have elected Michéal Naughton as their new President-elect. Naughton, the President-elect, is from Sligo originally and represented Donegal and Ulster at the congress. The election took place today at Galway’s Lough Rea...

City council to look at hotel bed tax for Dublin

Dublin city council has given the go-ahead for a fresh look at introducing a hotel bed tax in Dublin. The consultation is expected to consider how a visitor levy could be collected and who should have to pay. The local...

SiteMinder raises $70M at $750M valuation after cresting $70M ARR in 2019

Today SiteMinder, an Australian software company focused on the hotel industry, announced a $70 million (USD) round that values the company at $750 million. That’s about $1.08 billion in Australian dollars, making the firm a Down Under Unicorn, even...

The Plaza sells for €1 million more than guide price

The Plaza has a new owner after it was bought by an Irish investment company for around €15 million - three months after it went on the market. The reported price is almost €1 million above the guide price for...

The Plaza is up for sale

The Plaza complex has gone on sale today for €14 million through agent CBRE.  The complex is being sold on the instructions of receiver Declan Taite of Duff & Phelps and generates a rent roll of €1,302,350 with a net initial yield...

Dublin city centre regeneration expected to create 1,700 new jobs

The regeneration of an old square in the Liberties is expected to create 1,700 jobs. Developers behind the project in Newmarket Square in the south inner city are planning a hotel, a micro brewery, an indoor market, shops, offices and...

Wetherspoon’s to create 200 new jobs in Dublin with city centre “Super Pub”

UK pub chain JD Wetherspoon is set to start work on its new €15 million Dublin city 'super pub' and 98-bedroom hotel in February 2018, with a projected opening date of early 2019.  It is expected up to 200 jobs will...

Conor McGregor holding a Q&A in Dublin this month.

The UFC Lightweight Champion will be holding a Q&A in the Red Cow Moran Hotel in Dublin on Friday the 17th of February. In an exclusive event held in the "newly enhanced" Red Cow Hotel, guests with tickets (which can be...

South Dublin Comhairle na nÓg will address youth mental health at AGM

Mayor Guss O'Connell will officially open proceedings at this year's South Dublin Comhairle na nÓg Annual General Meeting this Thursday 20th October in the Red Cow Hotel. Comhairlí na nÓg are local 'youth councils' designed to give children and young...

Olympic Council of Ireland President Pat Hickey arrested in Rio

This Olympic games has just got even worse for Ireland with the news that the OCI head honcho was lifted this morning by Rio's Civil Police Fraud Unit at a hotel in the Barra district of the city. Police in Rio...
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"Reserve this respirator for young people"

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Marriott investigates data theft affecting 5.2 million customers

This attack is at least the third cyber incident for the world's largest hotel chain in the past 18 months. Marriot says that "currently has...