The prominent Cork developer became unwell over Christmas.
Sports-mad former taoiseach Bertie Ahern wanted to build a huge stadium in Abbottstown.
The Irish Property Owners Association has been given a dressing down by the competition watchdog.
Republic of Work will open at the start of next month.
Work on the farms, to be built in the south and east of the country, will start in 2018.
But businesses looking to rent industrial space are in for a rude shock.
The Dame Street building was sold to investors Hines Ireland and Peterson Group.
Property price inflation began to speed up again at the end of last year.
The centre was built by developer Harry Crosbie years ago but is still deserted.
The ownership model has been put forward as an affordable solution for housing.
Carpenters, electricians and plumbers are left to compete for the limited positions.
This juice business owner discovered that setting up shop is tough when no one returns your call.
Sliabh Liag Distillery will be the first in the county for 175 years and create 40 jobs.
Lockeliving reportedly wants to develop more than 100 rooms at the site.
The rock band was involved in a plan to construct Ireland’s tallest building.
This interior designer learned that being a jack of all trades isn’t the best way to launch a business.
The project is the brainchild of businessman Richard Quirke, one of Ireland’s richest men.
It was hoped that the huge €175m Athlone-China hub would create thousands of jobs.
A new study also found that employees were concerned about taxes and childcare.
The building will house offices and luxury apartments.