Dunnes Stores

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Members ofthe IFA protest over supermarket pricing in Dunnes Stores, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Farmers staged a street protest in Dublin today against supermarkets selling vegetables very cheaply. A group of farmers marched into Dunnes Stores in(...)

Independent TD for North Tipperary Michael Lowry has been charged with filing a false tax return and is facing up to five years in prison if found guilty by a jury.

Independent TD for North Tipperary Michael Lowry has been charged with filing a false tax return and is facing up to five years in prison if found gui(...)

Jason O’Brien and Audrey Murphy, at home in Oliver Bond House, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Jason O’Brien and his partner Audrey Murphy would be “lost” without the weekly free food parcels at the Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin. “They’re(...)

The former  Dunnes Stores strikers with members of Nimrod Sejake’s family. Photograph: Bill Corcoran

For the former Dunnes Stores strikers, yesterday’s emotional meeting with the family members of Nimrod Sejake was the most personal and fulfilling par(...)

Mantle notes

The mantelpiece is the place to place party invites, position Christmas cards from friends old and new, and leave a nip of whiskey for Santa and so(...)

Mary Manning, Liz Deasy and Karen Gearon at Dublin Airport on Sunday pripor to their departure for South Africa, where they took part in a press conference on Wednesday given by the Cosatu trade union federation. Photograph: Eric Luke

South African union federation Cosatu has hailed the Dunnes Stores strikers as an exceptional example of international solidarity among workers, which(...)

Mary Manning, Liz Deasy and Karen Gearon, three of the Dunnes Stores workers who went on strike 29 years ago.  “There has been a start, middle and this is the end,” said Ms Gearon at Nelson Mandela’s funeral in Soweto yesterday.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The Dunnes Stores workers who went on strike in protest against the apartheid regime believe yesterday’s memorial service for the late Nelson Mande(...)

Mary Manning, Liz Deasy and Karen Gearon, three of the Dunnes Stores workers who went on strike for almost three years over the importing of goods from apartheid South Africa, at Dublin Airport on Sunday before their departure to attend Nelson Mandela’s funeral. Photograph: Eric Luke

South African union federation Cosatu has invited the former Dunnes Stores strikers to address an international press conference on Nelson Mandela to (...)

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore : “Apartheid was an issue in Ireland, Mandela was aware of it. He was also aware of Ireland’s own political struggle . . .” Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

World leaders attending today’s state memorial service for former South African president Nelson Mandela face a challenge in carrying forward his work(...)

 Aldi in East Wall, Dublin. The chain wrote to Dunnes about its concerns but “just got the brush off”, the German discounter’s counsel said. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Supermarket giant Aldi has sued Dunnes Stores over a comparative advertising campaign involving allegedly misleading commercial practices and trademar(...)

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