Cosgrave Property Group secures exit from Nama – The Irish Times

The Cosgrave Property Group has exited Nama following the refinancing of its remaining loan facilities with the State agency. Castlehaven Finance and Relm Finance have entered into an agreement with the group, which will see them replace Nama as the lender on its portfolio of commercial real estate, sites and development assets. The deal brings

Irish woman living in Canada shares heartbreak of making it home for Christmas – RSVP Live

When Sally Gorman packed up her life and relocated to Canada over six months ago, she had no idea just what life had in store. Sally is loving her new life abroad, where she is living with boyfriend Stephen. However, like many Irish living away from home, the uncertainty of Coronavirus means returning home for

Cork travel blogger: Holidays of the future will be very different – EchoLive.ie

After her 40-hour journey home to Cork, SANDRA QUINN catches up with travel blogger Aimee Stephens to talk about why she decided to return to Leeside A CORK travel blogger who hadn’t lived in the Rebel County since 2011 decided in the midst of the pandemic to cross the world in a 40 hour trip,

‘In Crete I pay 70% of what I paid for a shoebox apartment in Dublin’s docklands’ – The Irish Times

As the latest coronavirus restrictions see people back in their home offices (or laptop in the kitchen) preparing for what could be a long winter indoors, some have managed to jump ship and take themselves off to a remote location to see out the pandemic from there. The ease for some of working from any

‘In Crete I pay 70% less than I paid for a shoebox apartment in Dublin’s docklands’ – The Irish Times

As the latest coronavirus restrictions see people back in their home offices (or laptop in the kitchen) preparing for what could be a long winter indoors, some have managed to jump ship and take themselves off to a remote location to see out the pandemic from there. The ease for some of working from any

The Irish living life for less in sunnier climes – The Irish Times

As the latest coronavirus restrictions see people back in their home offices (or laptop in the kitchen) preparing for what could be a long winter indoors, some have managed to jump ship and take themselves off to a remote location to see out the pandemic from there. The ease for some of working from any

Hundreds arrested for 'running brothels' as sex workers say it's the laws that are criminal – Sky News

Hundreds of people have been arrested for alleged brothel-keeping offences in the last four years under laws that sex workers claim put them at risk. Police forces have detained at least 408 suspects in England, Wales and Northern Ireland since the start of 2017, according to data obtained by Sky News under the Freedom of

Kennedy Wilson sells Baggot Plaza for $165m – Independent.ie

GLOBAL  property group Kennedy Wilson has sold the Baggot Plaza office block in Dublin for $165m (€141m). The building was originally snapped   up by Kennedy Wilson when it swooped on distressed assets of the former Johnny Ronan and Richard Barrett empire in 2013. The US-headquartered real estate giant was the first international investment firm