TK Maxx

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Emmet Foley, developing manager at Penrose Dock, of the JCD Group, and Luke Dennehy, founder of Dennehy’s Health and Fitness in Penrose Dock, Cork, where Dennehy will open a new branch in February. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Dennehy’s Gym in Douglas in Cork was celebrating its reopening on Tuesday with an extra bit of festive cheer, having seen off the challenge of not jus(...)

Owner Dannielle Downes at the Foxy Chopper hair salon in Waterford city: “The world is slightly different. It’s a new era.” Photograph: Patrick Browne

Dannielle Downes has thought of almost everything ahead of the reopening of Foxy Chopper hair salon on Gladstone Street in Waterford. A dedicated hand(...)

The Meh feeling may also have another function – that of self-protection

Like many other facets of our culture, language is subject to fashion. Phrases pop up, infect our discourse and soon after that become clichés. For i(...)

A view of a quiet Grafton Street in Dublin amid the Covid-19 lockdown. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Covid-19 crisis has caused massive disruption in many industries, but particularly hard hit are the hospitality and retail sectors, both of which (...)

TK Maxx in Cork’s  Cornmarket Centre. The chain’s US-based parent business, TJX Companies, has seen its shares continue to rise since the start of this year

TK Maxx has bucked the downbeat trend among high street retailers to post higher sales and profits on the back of a raft of new openings. The retaile(...)

Sarah Griffin of Harmonised Home, a professional organiser who will declutter and re-organise areas of your home

The whole Marie Kondo thing never held much weight with me. I mean how much joy can folded socks really spark? Saying that, since having kids and spen(...)

Jysk is often seen as a competitor for Ikea, but with medium- rather than mega-sized outlets

Competition in the growing homeware and furniture sales market is hotting up with the arrival of Danish home retail group Jysk which plans to open 20(...)

TK Maxx will rent a store at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre. Photograph: PR360

TK Maxx has agreed to rent a store at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre in west Dublin at a rent of about €475,000 a year for a 2,775sq m (29,870sq ft) u(...)

Showgrounds, anchored by TK Maxx, Argos and Marks & Spencer, has been boosted by the arrival of Iceland and Dealz

Six new lettings have just been completed at the Showgrounds shopping centre in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, through joint agents HWBC and Cushman & Wak(...)

Kevin the Carrot: will you be rooting for him this Christmas?

Ever since that classic ESB ad trapped a young Alan Hughes into a lifetime of doing panto, we’ve known that Christmas advertisements were creepy and w(...)

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