Receive up-to-the-minute news updates on the hottest topics with NewsHub. Install now.

Search results

1-10 results from 1000 for query «retail»

14 August 2018 08:08 Poll: Do you welcome new hotels being built in Dublin?

A number plans for new hotel developments in Dublin have been announced in recent months. FÁILTE IRELAND HAS welcomed the news that a long-vacant site on George’s Street has been cleared for redevelopment as a hotel and retail complex, as reported by last week. It was reported yesterday that plans have also been lodged for a €35 million development

09 August 2018 07:09 'Fatal' level of alcohol can be bought in Ireland for €10

Alcohol Action Ireland has said that the price of alcohol in Ireland “demonstrates the remarkable affordability of alcohol to everyday shoppers”. ALCOHOL IN IRELAND currently costs so little that a “fatal” amount of alcohol can be bought for €10, a new survey has suggested. In its latest alcohol market review and price survey, Alcohol Action Ireland 1

05 June 2018 16:28 Fashion designer Kate Spade found dead in New York apartment

The 55-year-old was found by housekeepers following an apparent suicide. NEW YORK FASHION designer Kate Spade has been found dead in her apartment in an apparent suicide. Law enforcement officials say she was found by housekeeping staff inside her Park Avenue apartment at about 10:20 am local-time today. They say she left a note at the scene. The officials 4

05 June 2018 15:03 The government plans to slap a minimum five-year expiration date on all gift cards

The Minister for Business says a lack of vouchers regulation ’causes confusion and worry’ for shoppers. PLANS TO SLAP a minimum five-year expiration date on all gift cards have been set in motion. The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, has announced that she will soon put forward proposals to regulate gift voucher expiry 4

02 June 2018 00:57 Warning of energy price increases

SSE Airtricity announced the first energy price hike of the summer, following last winter’s slew of increases. The supplier decided to increase gas and electricity prices from July 14, which means that the average dual fuel customer will pay an additional €140 per year. Managing director of, Eoin Clarke, said the price hike could be a portent 3

23 May 2018 07:54 Marks and Spencer announce widespread price reductions to compete with discount shops

The high-end shopping chain yesterday announced that it was to close over 100 of its stores in the UK . MARKS & SPENCER has launched its biggest ever price investment in Ireland, reducing 200 products in a bid to compete with discount retailers. The high-end shopping chain yesterday announced that it was to close over 100 of its stores in the UK – but a spokeswoman 7

18 April 2018 19:02 Man (47) who ingested 100 pellets of cocaine before flying into Dublin remanded to Cloverhill

MORE THAN 100 pellets of cocaine were found inside a man who arrived on a flight to Dublin from Addis Ababa last Sunday. A 47-year-old man has been remanded in custody to Cloverhill Prison after being charged with importing the drug at Dublin District Court. In an intelligence-led operation, revenue officers stopped and searched him and found him to be in possession 19

14 April 2018 06:30 Cigarette butts make up more than half of the litter on Dublin's streets

To help draw attention to this Dublin City Council has started a new campaign. CIGARETTE BUTTS MAKE up more than half of the litter on the streets of the capital – so Dublin City Council has launched a new campaign to get people to use ashtrays. The campaign, Bin the Butt!, was inspired by the National Litter Pollution Monitoring System (NLPMS) for Dublin 62

27 March 2018 00:00 50th anniversary a high point for Cork’s iconic County Hall

Preparations are ongoing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the construction of one of the country’s most iconic buildings, Cork’s County Hall. The public building, at the time of its completion, was the tallest storeyed building in Ireland at 64.3m high. It retained that status until 2008 when surpassed by another Cork development, the city centre 3

18 March 2018 16:00 The Sinn Féin bookstore made €350,000 last year... but things could still be better

The company has closed its retail outlet and now concentrates on internet sales. THE SINN FÉIN Book Shop had a turnover of over €350,000 last year, but losses at the company continue to mount. The book shop has ceased to sell via its physical store in Dublin as of October 2017 with all sales now conducted via the internet. The online shop, which is run by a company 4