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“It appears we just got Banksy-ed.”
The pearl once belonged to Catherine the Great.
A host of items from Howl at the Moon and the Residence Club are to be sold off.
Last year was quiet compared to 2016′s bonanza.
Last year’s semi-finalist CoCo Vandeweghe also made an early exit.
The Bosnia-Herzegovina goalkeeper will be competing with Artur Boruc for a starting spot.
The objects on offer range from a barista bar to large desks, chairs, plants, printers and even water coolers.
The Earth’s species are dying out at more than 1,000 times the usual rate.
The first phase of a 177 new home development in Adamstown was launched this weekend.
Ryan has been at the helm for the past three seasons.
The book from his Munich apartment sold for more than €18,000.
The Viatel assets will now come under the wing of billion-dollar US company Zayo.
Co-founder Paddy Cosgrave made the announcement the event was leaving Dublin today.
Still, you can get to the weigh-in for just $10.
Savills say the new mortgage rules will mean even more investors.
It’s SICK of your sh*t. Literally.
The former Everton boss lasted less than year in charge.
The handwritten note reads “Volunteers completely deceived. All orders for tomorrow Sunday are entirely cancelled”.
Auctioneers will bring a record 224 properties to market next month.
Joan Collins says that it would be “convenient” if the government could afford a tax cut in the run-up to the general election in 2016.
Departing chief executive Brian Conlan did not receive any top-ups but his predecessor got a top-up of €135,000 on top of a basic salary of €116,000.
The 17 metre Diplodocus skeleton named ‘Misty’ is expected to sell at auction for €720,000.
According to the seller, the missive is “deeply revealing” of Casement’s “complex and chivalrous character.
Total bids received amounted to €1.46 billion which was 2.9 times the amount on offer.
The distressed property auction is sticking around post-Celtic Tiger Ireland.
The latest Allsop Space distressed property auction takes place in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin today, the day before the Budget.
After months of speculation, requests, denials and appeals, Johnston has been allowed to switch counties.