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Beechlawn Organic Farm co-founder Padraig Fahy with a box of vegatables for delivery. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Food is rising in price, but the average Irish household, nevertheless, throws out 150kg of food, worth €700, every year. On one organic farm, meanwhi(...)

Former Debenhams staff rally outside the store on Henry Street in Dublin. File photograph: The Irish Times

Mandate trade union has issued a statement distancing itself from comments in a private conversation by its vice-president that, if had been up to him(...)

A computer generated image of the streetscape at the Crossings in Adamstown, west Dublin

Aldi is set to open a new store as part of a major urban development in Adamstown, west Dublin. The German grocer has signed a lease for a 23,000 sq (...)

 Neil Gibson, chief economist with EY Ireland, warns some people  won’t be able to keep up with price rises in food, fuel and housing. Photograph: iStock

It was supposed to be temporary but as we head into 2022, inflation – a bit like Covid-19 perhaps, only not as malignant – has become that unwelcome g(...)

Upgrade hassle. Photograph: Getty

We all love a phone upgrade, right? Linda Francis from Co Mayo certainly would love one but she has been frustrated by not one but two of the leading (...)

Wall Street’s main indices fell on Thursday, dragged down by declines in megacap growth stocks. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

European stocks were muted on Thursday as losses in defensive sectors were matched by gains in automakers and technology stocks on hopes of improving (...)

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European shares slipped on Thursday, weighed down by defensive and travel stocks, on a continuing surge in Covid-19 cases globally due to the Omicron (...)

Tesco raised its profit outlook for the second time in four months. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Retailer Tesco on Thursday raised its profit outlook for the second time in four months as it reported a rise in Christmas sales despite a tough compa(...)

A spokeswoman for Tesco confirmed that they too have seen ‘an increase in demand’ for antigen tests over recent days. Photograph: NIck Bradshaw/The Irish Times

There have been widespread reports of pharmacies and supermarkets being unable to meet unprecedented demand for antigen test kits throughout the State(...)

The re-emergence of restrictions on hospitality is likely to push the grocery sector back into growth in early 2022. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As 2021 drew to a close, a large part of the retail sector found themselves better positioned than 12 months previously. As last January dawned, groce(...)

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