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15 January 2019 11:50 Marks & Spencer announces UK store closures, putting 1,000 jobs at risk

More than 1,000 jobs at Marks & Spencer are at risk as the retailer announced its latest round of store closures as part of a drastic transformation plan. The retailer released a list of 17 UK stores proposed for closure on Tuesday, in a move which will affect 1,045 employees. As part of an accelerated store closure programme, M&S is on track to close 240

12 December 2018 10:42 Dixons Carphone slashing costs after plunging to loss on mobile phone woes

Retailer Dixons Carphone has said it will slash costs by £200 million after tumbling to a half-year loss following mammoth write-downs on the value of its mobile phone business. The group, which also owns Currys PC World, saw shares fall 7% having initially plunged as much as 17% after it posted losses of £440 million for the half-year to October 27 against 100

28 October 2018 07:40 20,000 runners line up for Dublin City Marathon

20,000 runners are lining up this morning for the 39th Dublin City Marathon. International elite distance runners will be competing against Ireland's top athletes - and this year marks a special celebration of female runners. Nationalist, labour activist and feminist Constance Markievicz appears on the finishers medal tor this 39th Dublin City Marathon 52

19 October 2018 08:24 Ryanair signs agreement with Portuguese pilots' union

Ryanair has signed an agreement to end an ongoing dispute with pilots based in Portugal. The agreement will see the airline provide for seniority and base transfers, with contract negotiations to take place at the end of the month. Ryanair has also agreed similar arrangements with pilots in the UK and Italy this week, while it is expected to sign a recognition 82

19 September 2018 17:15 Bus services disrupted and road closures in Tallaght as gardaí respond to 'incident'

Gardaí confirmed that that they are attending the scene, but wouldn’t provide further details at present. BUS SERVICES IN and out of the Square shopping centre in Tallaght are disrupted this evening, as gardaí respond to reports of an incident. Both Dublin Bus and Go-Ahead confirmed that they wouldn’t be able to service stops near the Square and Tallaght 25

10 September 2018 17:41 California highway reopens after wildfire forces six-day closure

A major road that connects northern California to Oregon has reopened, six days after a wildfire roaring along the route forced its closure, authorities said. California Department of Transportation said one lane in each direction of Interstate 5 reopened at 8.30am with restrictions, and warned of slow traffic through the area. Spokeswoman Denise Yergenson 36

31 August 2018 05:01 'Brexit-like impact on rural Ireland': Independent TD rules out supporting the Budget over post office closures

The Clare TD said the government has reneged on their promises to roll out a community banking system. INDEPENDENT TD MICHAEL Harty has said he is unlikely to support the government’s Budget this year due to the actions it is taking to close rural post offices. Harty, who agreed to support the government from opposition, said he was instrumental in ensuring 17

29 August 2018 08:19 Poll: How often do you use the post office?

AN POST HAS announced that 159 post offices across 25 counties are set to close. The company said all of the post offices in question are in locations where there are fewer than 500 people living and that 100 of them are in remote areas with fewer than 50 occupied dwellings. Post office closures have been debated a lot in recent years, with several communities 15

26 August 2018 07:47 8km tailbacks in Mayo as Knock prepares for pope visit

The pope will visit the shrine this morning ahead of his Phoenix Park Mass. TAILBACKS OF ABOUT 8km are being reported in Mayo, as the village of Knock prepares for the visit of Pope Francis this morning. The pope is due to land at Ireland West Airport and is expected at the shrine at 9.45am. He will leave the village about an hour later, heading back to Dublin 18

23 August 2018 10:33 Tight security in place for Pope Francis visit

A ring of steel will surround the Pope when he visits Ireland this weekend. Tight security measures have been put in place around Dublin for Francis before he arrives for the World Meeting of Families festival. Huge security barriers have been erected around Phoenix Park ahead of the Papal mass and other parts of Dublin where he will visit. The security 71