With weeks more of restrictions to go we have top question how many businesses will be able to open their doors again. We speak to Beth Horton of the Docklands restaurant and deli, Brian O'Callaghan a partner with William Fry Solicitors and Damien O'Reilly a lecturer in retail management at TU Dublin about the future for businesses post covid.
The closure of Bewley's on Grafton St put the rents issue in sharp focus for everyone this week. It sparked lots of outrage with letter writers to newspapers upset at the loss of 110 jobs and a national treasure. Historian Niamh Puriseil has been exploring our love affair with Bewleys
The GAA announced this week that the championship will not be taking place this summer, maybe in the autumn.
But beyond the GAA how are other sports faring financially with the cancellations of summer events?
We're joined by Golfer Paul McGinley a board member of the Ryder Cup and Fintan Drury of Platinum One.
Joe Kelly, a Donegal man, is one of Hauwei's most senior executives. He's vice president of their corporate communications.
We caught up with him to ask about how life in China is returning to normal and the country's growing tensions with the United States.
Jewelry makers are delighted as one costume choice in the new drama Normal People has taken on a life of its own. The chain worn by Connell in the series has become an icon in itself and it even has its own Instagram account.
But why is there such an obsession with this piece of jewelry? Our reporter Liam Geraghty tries to unchain the mystery.