The natural world in all its glory – but does a product labelled as ‘natural’ automatically equate to healthy?

Anthrax, asbestos, arsenic, mercury, cyanide, formaldehyde: what are the two things they all have in common? Yes, they’re all indeed very dangerous, i(...)

Patricia Daly and Domini Kemp

Cook Domini Kemp has accused advertising regulators of trying to “silence emerging science” after they ruled against claims in support of a ketogenic (...)

Nutritional therapist Patricia Daly has been told by an advertising watchdog not to refer to the efficacy of the ketogenic diet in relation to cancer treatment without supporting evidence. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Claims by a nutritional therapist that a ketogenic diet can “weaken” cancer has been found in breach of the code of the Advertising Standards Authorit(...)

Almost 100 complaints were lodged with the advertising watchdog about the Irish Cancer Society’s recent campaign which contained the tag line ‘I want to get cancer’.

Almost 100 complaints were lodged with the advertising watchdog about the Irish Cancer Society’s recent campaign which contained the tag line “I want (...)

Between 2015 and 2016 the advertising standards authority upheld 11 complaints against Eir and two against its mobile subsidiary Meteor.

The Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI) plans to engage with Ireland’s largest telco Eir to seek improved compliance with its code after(...)

All advertisements contained the line: ’The Only Place You Get To Choose Your Network, Phone and Plan. Carphone Warehouse’

More than 40 complaints about recent Carphone ‘pro choice’ ads have been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI). The first (...)

Ciara O’Doherty: “The bigger the audience, the bigger the fee the brand will be willing to pay.”

You haven’t seen anyone wearing a varsity jacket since the Breakfast Club, and suddenly they’re everywhere. You look around and realise that everyone (...)

Three customers who attended felt the inclusion of the hunger strikers in an exhibition about the Easter Rising was inappropriate. Photograph: Frank Miller

Sinn Féin should have made it clear that its Revolution 1916 exhibition in Dublin also included material on the H-Block hunger strikers, the Advertis(...)

The complainants said the advertising was sexist, degrading to women, offensive and insulting, with several also adding that it was misogynistic

Complaints about a “sexist” online Sprite advertisement have been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI) after its committee (...)

NewsBrands Ireland has appointed Ann Marie Lenihan as its chief executive

NewsBrands Ireland, the representative body for the newspaper industry, has appointed Ann-Marie Lenihan as its chief executive. Ms Lenihan was previo(...)