Most of the complaints challenged whether the advertising had the potential to mislead consumers, given there was no guarantee people could travel by Easter.

A Ryanair advertisement which encouraged viewers to book their Easter and summer holiday flights as “vaccines are coming” should not run in its curren(...)

Looking 20 feet away from a screen for 20 seconds every 20 minutes can help tired eyes. Photograph: iStock

In the pandemic, our eyes are working harder than ever. With the majority of our communication nonverbal, and all but the upper third of our faces cov(...)

 Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy. The focus this week was  very much on  housing and wider economic issues due to the election

Following the UK’s long-awaited but successful exit from the EU last week, attention on this side of the Irish Sea – with the election campaign in ful(...)

Pretty Little Thing: its online ad featured ‘overly sexualised’ poses, according to the Advertising Standards Authority

The online fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing, whose target market is teenagers and young women, has been banned from showing an “irresponsible” You(...)

The ASA said it was concerned the basis of Ryanair’s claims had not been made clear in its ads. Photograph: Ronald Wittek/EPA

A claim in a Ryanair advertisement that it is “Europe’s . . . lowest emissions airline” was found to be misleading by the UK’s advertising regulator. (...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar speaking to the media about the RTÉ restructuring while canvassing in Clondalkin for Fine Gael candidate Emer Higgins on Thursday. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he is in favour of lifting the protected structure status afforded to Glenwood House, the property where Ana Kriégel w(...)

Fibre-to-the-home products are only  available to less than 5 per cent of the State’s two million homes

Broadband companies will soon be restricted from advertising their services with headline speeds that only a few customers are actually getting. Curr(...)

Google warned of a possible “gradual chilling of online expression”.

Technology giants Google and Facebook have cautioned the Government against introducing overly restrictive rules for removing harmful online content. (...)

BusConnects aims to overhaul Dublin bus system by creating 230km of dedicated bus lanes. Photograph: Alan Betson

A Fine Gael TD has questioned time savings anticipated under the BusConnects plan and claimed it lacks the “creative vision” needed to address the gro(...)

Aer Lingus received a warning from the national advertising watchdog after a customer complained that information on the cost of travelling with pets was misleading. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Aer Lingus has received a warning from the national advertising watchdog after a customer complained that information around the cost of travelling wi(...)

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