Ex-fiancé reveals he was ghosted as 'unstable' Molly Martens took off to nanny in Ireland – Sunday World

Keith Maginn first crossed paths with Molly Martens on an online dating site. e was floored by the all-American beauty from Tennessee when they met over a year before she would travel to Ireland in March 2008 to become an au pair to the children of Jason Corbett after the tragic death of his wife,

Movies set in Northern Ireland you have to watch – Belfast Live

An abundance of movies have been set here in Northern Ireland. We’ve put a list together of some of the most popular films based in Belfast and surrounding areas which also showcase the talent of local actors. And the majority of these films have been shot here too, meaning for many they are sure to

The search for Michelle Smith, Part Two – Ireland's golden wonder… and the questions that followed – Independent.ie

Michelle Smith’s gold medal triumph in the 400m medley at the Atlanta Olympics was a ground-breaking moment and one of the greatest in Irish sport. The first Irish swimmer to reach an Olympic final, she was the first Irish woman to medal at an Olympic Games and was cheered by every sports fan in the

Paul Kimmage: In search of Michelle Smith, Part Two – Ireland's golden wonder… and the questions that followed – Independent.ie

Michelle Smith’s gold medal triumph in the 400m medley at the Atlanta Olympics was a ground-breaking moment and one of the greatest in Irish sport. The first Irish swimmer to reach an Olympic final, she was the first Irish woman to medal at an Olympic Games and was cheered by every sports fan in the

PR guru Caroline Kennedy wins €23000 rent ruling over charity founder – The Times

A former charity founder has been ordered to pay Caroline Kennedy, whose PR firm represents household names such as the Merrion hotel, Brown Thomas and Land Rover, over €20,000 in arrears after he failed to pay rent during what he called a “horrific year”. The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) ruled in April that a “notice

Young and low-income workers to be hit hardest if pension linked to life expectancy – Irish Examiner

The proposal, contained in a report on the country’s ageing population launched by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe, could see workers unable to get a State pension until they are in their 70s. The model contained in the report is based on the State pension age (SPA) being increased to 67 this year, and then 68

Follow Don Conroy to Ashford Castle, and other autumn escapes – The Irish Times

Warming up How does a Thermal Village sound for chillier afternoons? Ballymena’s Galgorm is a delicious retreat in 163 acres of parkland. The Thermal Village itself includes all sorts of steamy, hot and cool things to dunk yourself in, in between wafting around the manicured gardens in your towelling robe. The Two Night Spa Retreat

'God willing, we will be in Ireland soon' – Irish Examiner

After a decade of violence in Syria and economic collapse in Lebanon, Ireland promised Mohamad and Shahinaz the chance to build a secure and safe life for their young family. Last March, the couple were due to be interviewed by Irish officials who had come to Lebanon to resettle 400 Syrian refugees to Ireland. The

Prime Dublin investment opportunity near Baggot Street for €18m – The Irish Times

A modern freehold office building located in Dublin’s central business district, a stone’s throw from Baggot Street, has come to the market guiding €18 million. Fleming Court is a modern, high-quality and versatile office building extending to 29,380sq ft over five floors, with 16 secure surface car spaces, bicycle spaces and shower facilities. Tenants include

Stephen Garvey: 'There is plenty of white space for other builders to come in' – The Irish Times

When Stephen Garvey was invited in 2014 to meet executives from US private equity firm Oaktree in Dublin, he had no idea where it would lead. “I probably should have googled Oaktree before I went to the meeting,” Garvey muses, in hindsight. Garvey, a low-key builder during the boom, had of course, heard of the