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A Qing period pale celadon jade box, just 11cm high, made €36,000

Is there a house left in Ireland with yet-to-be-discovered Chinese treasures? Probably. Despite astonishing prices at auction here and overseas(...)

Superquinn was one of the first supermarkets in Europe to launch a loyalty scheme 20 years ago. Photograph: Frank Miller

We like to think that, as human beings, we are highly evolved and hugely intelligent but the truth is we’re as much creatures of habit as Pavlov’s (...)

IFA president John Bryan said that almost 80 per cent of the Irish retail grocery trade was controlled by Tesco, Musgrave and Dunnes Stores, so this concentrated buying power in the hands of a small number of very powerful retail groups.

Fruit and vegetable growers, pig and poultry farmers and liquid milk producers will go out of business if the Government does not take action t(...)

Members of the Ubuhle Besintu Theatre group, at the opening of The Irish Campaign Against Apartheid in South Africa Exhibition, at City Hall, Dublin on Monday. Photograph: Eric Luke

An estimated 10,000 Irish people were involved in the former anti-apartheid campaign, South African ambassador to Ireland Azwi(...)

Allsop Space, the auction house that specialises in the sale of distressed properties, has lined up 34 commercial properties with a combined re(...)

Dunnes stores; retailer accounted for 18.3 per cent of the advertising spend in the 12 weeks before Christmas, just ahead of Aldi at 16.9 per cent and Lidl at 16.8 per cent

The battle for the hearts and trollies of consumers last Christmas was fought out through advertising, with Dunnes Stores emerging as the top s(...)

Before you tear the wrapping off the next bar of Irish artisan chocolate you buy, or rip the artfully arranged packaging off a handmade Easter (...)

Ned Delahunty, an 83 year old homeless man, pictured last year. He spent around 20 years sleeping rough in a doorway on Oliver Bond Street in Dublin's south inner city. He died on January 17th and his funeral took place yesterday, March 13th, at John's Lane Church on Thomas Street. Photograph: Eddie Mallin

Few people knew the name of the man in the doorway – but almost everyone knew him to see. With his wispy white hair and flowing beard, he walke(...)

Armed only with a shopping list and a critical eye, Pricewatch went looking for the winner of our inaugural Supermarket Badge of Honour. We di(...)

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