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15 February 2018 22:47 McDonald's US to cut chocolate milk and cheeseburgers from Happy Meal menu

Hamburgers and Chicken McNuggets will remain on the menu. MCDONALD’S IN THE US is taking cheeseburgers and chocolate milk off its Happy Meal menu in an effort to cut down on the calories, sodium, saturated fat and sugar that kids consume at its restaurants. Diners can still ask specifically for cheeseburgers or chocolate milk with the kid’s meal, but the fast-food 5

15 February 2018 01:08 Rural pubs’ survival fears revealed in new report

Pubs in rural areas have to turn over at least €8,000 per week or they may not survive, according to a new report. AIB’s Pubs Outlook report for 2018 found the industry, which employs 230,000 people, is on the road to recovery with significant demand for pubs in key urban areas. Tony Morrissey, managing director of pub specialist auctioneering firm Morrissey’s 3

12 February 2018 21:45 Two woman arrested after Revenue seize 46,000 cigarettes and €44,000 cash

The cash and cigarettes were seized in three separate incidents in Dublin Airport. REVENUE OFFICERS HAVE seized €44,000 in cash and 46,000 contraband cigarettes in three separate incidents in Dublin Airport. Officers detained €14,000 cash on Saturday after stopping a British woman in her 20s who was travelling to Eindhoven in the Netherlands. On Sunday 3

12 February 2018 17:08 Gardaí seize 19 rickshaws in Cork City as part of operation with Revenue

The seizure was made by a garda road policing unit during an operation carried out as part of an ongoing operation with Revenue and Department of Social Protection. The vehicles, which are often motorised, are a popular form of transportation for late night revellers in cities. Last June, Dublin City Council issued a public advisory notice warning of the safety 1

09 February 2018 18:52 Charities are hunting for €3.8m missing after the collapse of a detained Irish man's firm

The company, Pembroke Dynamic, handled donated funds for outfits including the Red Cross. MORE THAN 700 charitable organisations have been contacted as part an investigation into a Dublin-based online donation platform, the High Court has heard. The court also heard that Peter Conlon, the managing director of Pembroke Dynamic, has been detained by prosecutors 1

08 February 2018 19:07 We now know exactly when the sugar tax is coming in

The tax will be commenced on 6 April. THE MUCH-DISCUSSED sugar tax will come into effect on 6 April, the same day that a similar tax is to be introduced in the UK. The commencement date was confirmed today by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe, four months after his budget speech said it would be introduced. The tax will 30c per litre added on to sweetened 7

01 February 2018 00:00 Over €17k worth of alcohol and tobacco seized in raid

Gardaí and Revenue officials seized more than €17,000 worth of alcohol and tobacco, and a sum of cash in a raid on a house near Macroom, Co Cork, earlier this week. Two Polish nationals, a man in his 50s and a woman in her 30s, were interviewed as part of the investigation. Aided by Revenue detector dog Harvey, gardaí and Revenue officials seized 315 litres 9

31 January 2018 17:52 11.5kg of cannabis found concealed in soft toy

About €10,000 worth of cocaine and a small quantity of cash were also seized. GARDAÍ HAVE ARRESTED a man and seized a quantity of drugs in a joint operation with the Revenue Customs Service. A house in Dublin 15 was searched this morning, as part of ongoing investigations involving the Garda National Drugs & Organised Crime Bureau, the Finglas Drugs 13

31 January 2018 17:45 Car, cash, cigarettes and alcohol seized as two questioned at illegal distillery in Cork

Revenue sniffer dog Harvey helped officers. TWO POLISH NATIONALS were arrested yesterday as an illegal distillery was discovered at a house in Cork. The find was made as Revenue officers, assisted by gardaí carried out a search under warrant of a house near Macroom. During the search officers, assisted by Revenue detector dog Harvey, seized a total 13

10 January 2018 00:07 Plan to build largest hotel in Cork on hold

Plans for the largest hotel to be built in Cork city centre have been put on hold, following objections by the owner of a private, third-level college building. An appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against the recent decision of Cork City Council to grant planning permission for a 220-bedroom hotel on Sullivan’s Quay, as part of a large, mixed-use 3