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Dublin. Ever since Google first sashayed into the Irish capital in 2003, effortlessly cosmopolitan and dripping Californian chic, the State has appeared smitten

Fifteen years of marriage is a crystal wedding anniversary. Hopefully someone at Government buildings this week remembered to send an appropriate pres(...)

Dunnes Stores on South Great George’s Street: the adjacent arcade is Dublin’s only purpose-built Victorian shopping centre. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dunnes Stores has purchased one of its busiest Dublin supermarkets after renting it for more than 50 years. It has paid €21 million for the freehold (...)

Galway Traveller Movement members Anne Ward and Annie McDonagh. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy.

Do people have positive experiences of Traveller culture? Why has an 18-year-old promise to update hate crime legislation not been updated? And should(...)

The first official Dublin Monopoly game lands in shops today but the capital’s residential addresses have been wiped from the board in favour of touri(...)

Maureen Curran, with an address in Tallaght, Dublin,  leaving the Four Courts  after the opening day of her High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who claims she slipped on cream on the floor of a Dunnes Stores supermarket has sued for damages in the High Court. Maureen Curran told the (...)

Dunnes has regained the top spot in the supermarket league.

Dunnes Stores has reclaimed the top spot in the Irish grocery market for the first time since the beginning of the year, while Aldi has leapfrogged Li(...)

Mary Casey with a photograph of her father, Jack McCann,  who was killed in an IRA attack on a customs post in 1972. Photograph: Simon Carswell

Mary Casey remembers how her father Jack gave pocket money to the children to buy sweets when he came home in his lorry to Inniskeen, Co Monaghan. “Da(...)

Dunnes Stores on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dunnes Stores has declined to comment on reports that it is planning to move out of its former flagship store on Dublin’s Grafton Street with the int(...)

Hampers & Co founder Emer Purcell said the extension of the State’s benefit-in-kind tax rules to €500 is a boost for the company.

A Tipperary-based hamper company expects to increase production by 20 per cent this year on the back of a rise in corporate gifting, returning their b(...)

Donnybrook Fair  owner  Joe Doyle with Musgrave chief executive Chris Martin at the company’s Donnybrook store.

The deal for upscale Dublin supermarket chain Donnybrook Fair was done just after dawn on Friday in the offices of a Dublin law firm. But Joe Doyle, (...)

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