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Temple Street Foundation has today launched its annual ‘Trick or Treat for Temple Street’ campaign, proudly supported by Britvic's MiWadi.
A fangtastic Halloween party was held in the beloved children’s hospital where a gaggle of tiny dinosaurs, monsters and superheroes gathered to kick off the Halloween fundraiser.
A super win for SuperValu at Blas Na hEireann Awards
SuperValu, Ireland’s Leading grocery retailer, announced that it won a record 124 Blas na hEireann awards at the 10th annual awards ceremony held in Dingle, Co. Kerry yesterday.
Revealed: The brands Irish customers rate...and the ones they don't
Retail, with 52 companies in the top 100 and four in the top five, was the top-performing sector this year, with electrical goods chain Powercity ..
Radical' Irish frozen food firm signs deals with Ocado and Amazon
Strong Roots products, which also include ripened avocado halves, are already widely available in stores across Ireland and in Waitrose in Britain.
Community Chill plan aims to help food charities with refrigeration
Tesco Ireland to fund fridges and freezers for charities to which they donate surplus food
Bacardi Confirms Global Travel Retail Rollout of Teelings
Bacardi Global Travel Retail has confirmed that Teeling Irish Whiskey is to receive global distribution over the coming period.
Nintendo Classic Mini: Super NES sells out on launch day as we buy into nostalgia with retro gaming
Stores across Ireland and the world at large are devoid of the Super NES Classic Minis - they are currently only available online...
Irish National Lottery Is in a Supermarket Ticket Sale Point Controversy
The National Lottery of Ireland recently stated that it has no involvement in the new pilot scheming taking place in many stores, which has the objective ...
Amazon looks for more office space in Dublin
E-commerce giant Amazon is searching for additional office space in Dublin that could cater for as many as 800 employees, according to sources with knowledge of the matter.
Plain Cigarette Packaging Kicks In Today
Cigarette and tobacco products sold here are to feature standardised packaging from today. This means all forms of branding like trademarks, logos and colours are being removed from packs.
Tiger burns bright with €1m dividend payout
Tiger Retail Ireland Ltd is 50pc owned by husband and wife team Gillian Maxwell and Niall Stringer, with the remainder owned by the Danish parent
National Lottery hits jackpot as jump in sales leads to winning streak
The franchise, which is run by Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI), has reported a 12 per cent jump in turnover to €750 million for 2016 amid a strong pick-up in sales through its online channel.
Topaz owner Couche-Tard pumps €310m into Irish fuels unit
Alimentation Couche-Tard, the Canadian-listed owner of fuel retailing group Topaz, has pumped €310 million of cash into its Irish operation to fund the transfer of a number of the parent group’s global functions to Ireland.
Fears Brexit will create bigger market for smuggling along Irish border
Retailers along the border are concerned about the effect of Brexit
Stationery retailer Smiggle to expand in Europe as UK becomes largest global market
Fast-expanding Australian retailer Smiggle has unveiled plans to grow into continental Europe in 2018 – as it announced the UK has become its largest global market.
Smiggle only arrived in the UK in February 2014, but it has already opened more than 100 stores across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales to take its worldwide portfolio to 300. It also opened two stores in the Republic of Ireland in May 2017 and expects to be operating 15-20 within three years.
Ireland Retail Sales Decline In August
Ireland's retail sales decreased in August after rebounding sharply in the previous month, preliminary figures from the Central Statistics Office showed Thursday.
Dunnes Stores Planning Two New Restaurants In Dublin City Centre
Irish retail chain Dunnes Stores has announced plans to convert its recently closed homeware store on Dublin's George's Street into two new restaurants.
New M&S store ready for take-off near to International Airport
A new Marks & Spencer foodhall is preparing to open at a filling station forecourt close to Belfast International Airport. The first-of-its-kind for Northern Ireland, the new Simply Food store will create 23 jobs when it opens its doors on October 19.
One of world’s biggest Penneys EVER is opening and it will sell the shop’s entire range
The new shop will spread across a whopping 75,000 sq ft and is set to open next year.
Dunnes Stores staff to receive a 3% pay rise
Union says it will continue to pursue certainty of working hours and full time jobs.
Planning Application for town centre development at Cherrywood in South Dublin
It was announced today that Hines has submitted a large-scale planning application for a new town centre development that aims to serve as the focal point for the new town of Cherrywood in the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown borough of South Dublin.
Retirees and childless households drive up grocery spend in Northern Ireland
RETIREES and households without children in Northern Ireland are spending more on their grocery shop compared to a year ago, which has helped the region's overall grocery market to enjoy strong year-on-year sales growth of 1.9 per cent.
Tesco And Lidl Remain Fastest Growing Supermarkets In Northern Ireland
Latest data from Kantar Worldpanel for the year to 10 September 2017 show Tesco and Lidl continuing to outperform Sainsbury’s and Asda in a growing grocery market in Northern Ireland.