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 Students and primary and post-primary teachers will have to wear face coverings in class when a physical distance of 2m cannot be maintained. Photograph: iStock

Every year for as long as Pricewatch can remember, we have devoted at least one page each summer to back-to-school issues. This summer, parents and sc(...)

Lidl claims the Aldi prices used in a survey were not “in-store” prices but came from a master list.

Supermarket chain Lidl Ireland has brought High Court proceedings over an allegedly flawed price survey commissioned by rival Aldi which put Lidl in s(...)

A sign of the times.

It is no less true for being repeated often. Covid-19 is the biggest challenge that Irish business has faced in decades. No-one has experienced anythi(...)

‘People who are self-isolating, at risk, who have underlying health conditions or are in wheelchairs – hey need the delivery slots.’ Photograph: iStockPhoto

If you were thinking of doing your weekly shop online this week to avoid busy supermarkets, you might want to think again. A surge in demand over the (...)

Sales of hand sanitisers rose 15 per cent in the 12 weeks to February 23rd. Photograph: iStock

News surrounding spread of the coronavirus prompted shoppers to load up on handwash products including sanitisers in the 12 weeks to February 23rd wit(...)

Eason’s   store comprises  a  double unit of 1,125sq m (12,104sq ft) over two floors.  It has the benefit of frontage on levels 1 and 2 at Blanchardstown Centre.

One of only a handful of independently-owned retail units at the highly successful Blanchardstown Centre has been brought to the market by agent Banno(...)

Dunnes Stores retained its position as the Republic’s largest retailer, achieving a market share of 23.6%. Photograph: iStock

Supermarket shoppers spent €10.5 million less – a 6 per cent reduction – on alcohol in the run-up to Christmas 2019 compared with the year before, acc(...)

IFA president Joe Healy says the supermarket chains are the “kingmakers” and are “on top of the pile, dictating price”. File photograph

Groups representing livestock farmers are meeting today with some of the largest retailers in the State in an effort to secure a price increase for be(...)

Niall Wynn, owner of Proper Order Coffee Cafe Haymarket, Smithfield, Dublin with one of his compostable coffee cups. In November Minister for Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton launches a public consultation on levies on single-use coffee cups. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

JANUARY New Central Bank rules aimed at helping consumers save money on their mortgage repayments and making mortgage switching easier come into effe(...)

Kevin the carrot escapes injury and rushes back to his disturbingly attractive carrot-wife.

It’s Black Friday, the pre-Christmas religious festival that celebrates, I believe, the time Jesus went shopping (he went to a Temple; there are other(...)

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