Interview with Padraig Cribben of the VFI

Veteran of sticky situations has a job to put froth back in pub trade.  Padraig Cribben is determined to re-energise an industry that has lost 5,000 jobs in the last two years. Read his interview with the Irish Independent. Share this:... Read More

IHF President – Michael Vaughan

New IHF President, Michael Vaughan, spoke with the Hotel & Catering Review on some of the changes in the IHF, including the Federation’s move to attract investors into the hotel industry in a bid to restructure the overhanging debt that has been burdening the sector. Read all about it by clicking on this PDF [opens […]... Read More

DAA posts 9% drop in profits

Profits at the Dublin Airport Authority declined by 9 per cent last year to EUR30 million as passenger traffic at Cork and Shannon declined and costs associated with the development of Terminal 2 and other assets impacted on its bottom line. Read the full article from the Irish Times. Share this:... Read More

Ryanair’s Aer Lingus stake at risk

Ryanair could be forced to sell its stake in Aer Lingus after a UK court said regulators there could investigate whether the airline should hold such a large stake in its rival. Read the full article in today’s Irish Independent. Share this:... Read More

Car hire here twice as expensive

Car rental is a major expense for holidaymakers, and substantial differences exist between costs in Ireland and popular destinations on the Continent. Read the full article in the Irish Independent. Share this:... Read More

Groundhog day at Shannon?

The announcement that the government has decided to separate Shannon Airport from the Dublin Airport Authority – while keeping it in state ownership – has been widely greeted in the midwest as a positive development. Read the full article in the Sunday Business Post. Share this:... Read More