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Navan town centre has attracted two new tenants, UK discounter retailer Dealz and Carraig Donn, the Irish company specialising in fashion, jewellery, (...)

The latest supermarket ad tracker data shows Tesco has upped its advertising massively in the Irish market – by more than 100 per cent – so it won’t lose top billing without a fight. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Whisper it but, facing into 2015, there has been an outbreak of hope within the retail industry. After seven years of fretting across the retail sp(...)

 MacDonagh Junction shopping centre in Kilkenny

Boots is understood to have agreed a rent of €85,000 a year for a new 300 sq m (3,230 sq ft) store in MacDonagh Junction shopping centre in Kilkenny.(...)

Kavanaghfennell partner David Van Dessel at the Advising Distressed Clients conference  at Convention Centre Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The number of companies going to the wall fell by almost one-fifth to 1,141 in the first 10 months of the year, figures released yesterday show.Accord(...)

The Awear store on Grafton Street, Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Not another one. That was the general reaction this week when it emerged that the fashion retailer A|wear has entered interim examinership, buckling u(...)

High rents were “a significant problem” for fashion retailer A-Wear with rent at its Grafton Street store in central Dublin accounting for 28 per cent of its revenues, according to counsel. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The fashion retailer A-Wear, which employs 350 staff, has entered interim examinership in an attempt to force its landlords to reduce rents at its mor(...)

The High Court has appointed a interim examiner to the well-known fashion retailer A-Wear. The chain, which employs more than 350 people and operates (...)

Julie O’Neill is an associate with McDowell Purcell Solicitors

Before the dawn of Web 2.0, Norman Cook’s top three hit encouraged us to Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out. Fast forward to 2013 and the latter is no longer a(...)