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A man places flowers in tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela outside his house in Johannesburg  today. Photograph: Reuters

Peter Murtagh and Bill Corcoran in JohannesburgPresident Higgins and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore have arrived in Johannesburg to attend tomorrow’s State Me(...)

(From left): Liz Deasy, Mary Manning and Karen Gearon , three of the Dunnes Stores workers who went on strike for almost three years over the importation of goods from apartheid South Africa, at Dublin Airport yesterday before they departed to attend Nelson Mandela’s funeral.  Photograph: Eric Luke

All 11 of the former Dunnes Stores workers, whose almost three-year strike moved the Government to ban South African produce from Ireland in the 1980s(...)

Former IDATU (now Mandate) trade union official Brendan Archbold, who officiated  during the 1984-1987 Dunnes Stores strike in support of Nelson Mandela and ending apartheid in South Africa. Mandate has said it and other unions are trying to arrange  attendance of some of the strikers at Mr Mandela’s funeral next Sunday. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Dunnes Stores workers who went on strike for almost three years over the importing of goods from apartheid South Africa are to attend Nelson Mandel(...)

Former Dunnes Stores chief executive Ben Dunne has paid tribute to Nelson Mandela but defended his position in relation to the bitter strike almost 30 years ago. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

Former Dunnes Stores chief executive Ben Dunne has paid tribute to Nelson Mandela but defended his position in relation to the bitter strike almost 30(...)

Journalist and broadcaster Charlie Bird on Mandela: “He radiated a magnetism I had never experienced before”

July 1st, 1990, was a memorable day in Dublin when almost half a million people turned out on the streets of the capital to welcome home the Irish tea(...)

A protest outside  Dunnes Stores on Henry Street in Dublin

In the early 1980s, when Nelson Mandela was still in captivity and had been out of the world’s view for decades, little was known about him by the gen(...)

The Aldi-Dunnes case is similar to another taken by Aldi against Tesco in the run-up to Christmas last year.

The German discounter Aldi will next week launch a lawsuit against its rival Dunnes Stores over the use of its name and prices in Dunnes’ advertising.(...)

Tesco’s recovery plans received a setback today as the supermarket chain reported a fresh dip in quarterly sales. Tesco, which makes about two thirds (...)

The Ilac centre, Henry Street, Dublin. Joint owners secured TK Maxx as tenant, giving the company a two-year rent-free offer. photograph: eric luke

Arrangements are under way to allow the high street megastore TK Maxx to become an anchor tenant in the Ilac shopping centre in Dublin’s Henry Street,(...)

Musgrave said it is ‘exploring the financial services space after receiving customer feedback that this is one of a number of services they would like to see offered by our retail brands’, which include SuperValu

The noise of recent days around Musgrave’s interest in providing financial services highlights the need for more lending in the economy, especially wi(...)

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