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Category: High Society

CATHERINE’S RICH RECIPES

Catherine Fulvio

NEXT MONTH ‘celebrity chef’ Catherine Fulvio dons her glad rags (Irish designers were frothing at the bit) and flies off to southern California for the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. It represents the most high-profile coup for the media-savvy businesswoman.

Read more about Fulvio in the latest issue. 

THE TAXMAN COMETH… EVENTUALLY

Mel Gibson

BACK IN November 2014, Goldhawk put a few queries to Revenue as the country’s film luvvies were wishing farewell to the old ‘investor’ form of Section 481 tax relief while looking for opportunity in the incoming new corporation tax credit version of the scheme. You can read the reply here

And have a gawk at Mel Gibson’s taxing issue here free of charge. 

BARBARA DAWSON’S PLAN

Barbara Dawson

Hugh Lane director Barbara Dawson and her board have been looking to implement a rather ambitious strategy, but big bucks are still needed. Find out more in the latest edition here.

Goldhawk has been keeping tabs on Babs since her appointment as Hugh Lane director way back in 1991. Scope it out here free of charge.

CIARÁN MURRAY’S HOUSES

IT WAS pointed out in The Irish Times recently that former Icon plc boss Ciarán Murray and his wife, Denise Ronan, managed to purchase four homes in Ballsbridge since 2010, which may well be a record. 

Read more in the latest issue. 

Fans of Goldhawk will recall that having bought a house in the exclusive Ailesbury Wood development, the minted couple got permission to flatten their former 226 sqm two storey Merrion Road house and replace it with a whopping 760 sqm three storey pile, including a giant basement with car lift, gym, wine cellar and cinema. Read about it here for free. 

LIZ OAKES’S EYEBROWS

Elizabeth Oakes

AS BUSINESS ideas go, eco friendly water-based cremation is one certain to provoke interest. The woman behind the plan to bring this technology to Ireland is 30-something Liz Oakes. She has already proven that she has the knack for making a few bob.

Read more in the latest issue. 

SPRING CLEAN AT LISSELAN HOUSE

Lisselan House

A YEAR after Colette Twomey – the woman behind Clonakilty Black Pudding – snapped up the splendid Lisselan House outside Clonakilty, Co Cork, the company that previously operated the sprawling estate has been quietly wound up under a new name. 

Read more in the new issue out now. And you can read more about Colette Twomey’s bargain purchase here free of charge.