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Non-alcoholic drink intervention: Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland chief executive Orla Twomey

New rules for the marketing of non-alcoholic drinks will oblige advertisers to make clear that these “product variants” do not contain alcohol, while (...)

Budweiser’s use of UFC fighter Conor McGregor in its “Dream Big” competition was one of the ads to receive a ‘cease running’ instruction from the ASAI in 2016.

Ireland’s advertising watchdog received 1,329 complaints in relation to 1,011 advertisements in 2016, a rise of 8 per cent on the year before, it said(...)

Orla Twomey, chief executive of the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland: “We’re not here to resolve spats between companies.”

She is used to dealing with complaints, but the next mission for Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) chief executive Orla Twomey is to (...)

Budweiser has been reprimanded over its use of an image of Conor McGregor in an advertising campaign for a competition.  File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Budweiser has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) over its use of an image of sports star Conor McGregor in an (...)

Some 449 complaints, or 38 per cent of the total, were registered in respect of digital advertising

Digital media gave rise to the largest block of complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) last year, according to its 2015 (...)

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Image of the week: Dot London Entrepreneur, Dragon s’ Den investor and Strictly Come Dancing contestant Deborah Meaden is seen here posing again(...)