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Celtic Pure  chief executive Padraig McEneaney.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has served a partial closure order on the water company at the centre of a product-safety recall over arsenic in it(...)

Agents from the FSAI, who sources say were supported by the Garda in the unannounced inspection, made copies of company and financial records from Celtic Pure during the operation last week. Photograph: iStock

A Co Monaghan water company at the centre of a product safety recall over arsenic in its products was raided last week by the Food Safety Authority of(...)

A full list of the affected products and batch numbers is available on fsai.ie. Photograph: iStock

A mechanical failure on a filtration device caused the level of arsenic to climb above legally acceptable levels in a batch of water products shipped (...)

The receivers had claimed the €15.5 million was due under a 2010 settlement between Dunnes and Point Village Development Ltd

Dunnes Stores has lost its appeal over orders requiring it to pay €15.5 million to the receivers of a company of businessman Harry Crosbie so as to co(...)

Schools won’t start back for more than a month but the lead-in time is long

It can’t be back to school time already, can it? No, not really. Schools won’t start back for more than a month, but as with most everything nowadays (...)

Parisian Street bar at Café en Seine  will host a takeover by London cocktail bar Nine Lives on June 4th. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Cocktail of experiences Cocktail drinkers may have Dublin bar Café en Seine in their sights in the coming days as the Dawson Street venue hosts two s(...)

Through a range of acquisitions and strategic partnerships with upscale Irish food brands, Dunnes has pursued the higher end of the market

It is deep into the afternoon on a weekday and four young women have met up for a late lunch. They are all aged in their early- to mid-30s, well-dress(...)

Dunnes Stores has failed to overturn a €45,000 award against it.

Dunnes Stores has failed to overturn a €45,000 award against it over its closure of doors which provided an important public walk through between two (...)

Bella Huddart at Sandbrook House in Co Carlow: ‘A good first impression is key.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

In an increasingly crowded holiday-letting market, how do you make your home stand out? Filtered and cleverly angled photos may get eyeballs on your p(...)

Tourists at Fallon & Byrne in Dublin. It is believed Musgrave and Dunnes both have designs on the foodhalls. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Competition is hotting up between Dunnes Stores and Musgrave, which recently have been jockeying for position to acquire Irish “foodie” brands. To hav(...)

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