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white (albino) laboratory wistar rat on board during experiment

A live rat in a fast food restaurant in Ranelagh, a mouse infestation in Bunratty and rodent droppings on shelves of a supermarket were among the reas(...)

Photograph:  Joe Raedle/Getty

Irish consumers have bought more than seven million more pints of beer since the start of the summer than they did last year as a prolonged heatwave a(...)

While the local corner store now stocks items from around the globe, there is also an emphasis on keeping it local and providing fresh produce that has been grown locally.
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Fewer and more are the two words that tell the story of developments within the Irish convenience-store sector in recent decades: the number of indepe(...)

“Sitting in the car as the sun seared over the Papal Cross, I realised I had finally learned how to swim, all on my own. I was finally at peace with myself.” Photograph: iStock

Driving through the Phoenix Park shortly after sunrise has turned out to be an unexpected perk of moving house. Starting work at 6am has many unexpec(...)

The good weather boosted cider sales in grocery stores by 14 per cent, according to Kantar Worldpanel. Photograph: iStock

The good weather has driven consumers to stock up on ice cream, barbecue foods, sun care products and cider with soaring temperatures adding an extra (...)

Mayo fans will outnumber their Kildare counterparts by three-to-one for Saturday’s All-Ireland SFC round three qualifier in Newbridge. Photo: Inpho

Kildare supporters could still end up being out-numbered by almost three-to-one by Mayo after the GAA backed down on their originally hard stance conc(...)

Visa payments issue on Friday affected millions of people across Europe.

What went wrong? Visa users experienced widespread problems with card payments on Friday. The problems have now been resolved. The problems appeared(...)

 Visa has apologised after a system failure prevented card payments across the UK and Europe on Friday. It said the issue was now resolved. Photograph: PA

Visa has apologised after a system failure prevented card payments across Ireland and the rest of Europe on Friday evening, adding that the issues hav(...)

Last year, CupPrint, which counts Frank and Honest among its clients, produced its 750-millionth cup

Finnish food and drink packaging giant Huhtamaki has acquired a majority stake in Co Clare-headquartered paper cup maker CupPrint for €22 million. Cu(...)

The GAA and AIB has signed a deal “that everybody is happy with”, says the bank’s chief marketing officer, Tom Kinsella. Photograph: Sam Barnes/SportsFile

AIB has renewed its “backing club and county” sponsorship links with the GAA until 2023 for an undisclosed sum, the bank announced on Monday. The five(...)

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