Xtra-vision

20 results

The Xtra-Vision store on the corner of Baggot Street and Waterloo Road in Dublin: Try to explain to a child of the 21st century what a video library was and watch confusion cloud their faces. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Last week, in an idle moment, Pricewatch took to Twitter and asked about the shops which have closed that people missed the most. The response was en(...)

RTÉ drama ‘Love/Hate’ starring Tom Vaughan-Lawlor: one of its last hurrahs for DVD sales?

RTÉ may stop selling DVDs of its programmes after a faster-than-expected collapse in the market for physical entertainment products. The State broadc(...)

Shoppers  in Dublin City centre on St Stephen’s Day. A weaker sterling has once again made Northern Ireland a cheaper shopping destination. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Readers who are queasy about cliches should look away now. Football is a game of two halves. And so, it appears, was the year 2016 for Irish retailers(...)

Manor West Neighbourhood Centre in Tralee: tenants include Topaz, Boyle Sports and Kerry County Council

The well-established Manor West Neighbourhood Centre in Tralee, Co Kerry goes on sale from today. With a guide price of €4.5 million, it will show a n(...)

 Navan Shopping Centre: new Sam McCauley chemist to be opened

The Sam McCauley Chemists Group is continuing to expand its retail portfolio on the east coast of Ireland. It will shortly open its 27th pharmacy in (...)

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton: defended the Government’s record on worker protection. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Increasing numbers of “rogue employers” are behaving like the owners of Clerys department store by setting up shelf companies and leaving workers wit(...)

The liquidator appointed by the High Court on Wednesday is clearing out Xtra-vision’s 83 stores and preparing to hand back the keys to landlords. photograph: dara mac dónaill

Xtra-vision, the movie rental chain that collapsed into insolvency this week with the loss of 580 jobs, has plenty of experience of going bust, having(...)

A closed Xtra-vision store in Artaine Castle, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Weak trading in the run-up to Christmas, when sales collapsed by a quarter compared to December 2014, spurred the decision yesterday by Hilco Capital (...)

Hilco will move HMV to the old Karen Millen outlet. Photo: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

HMV plans to shift its store on Dublin’s Grafton Street from its current location down to the site of the old Karen Millen outlet at number 27. In tur(...)

The Central Bank Commission reportedly prefers the option of a 15 per cent mortgage deposit, rising by one per cent each year over the next five years. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank is considering a five-year run-in for its new 20 per cent mortgage deposit rule, according to the Sunday Independent. The Central (...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • Next
  • Last »