Frank Dunne

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The group now operates only in Ireland and Spain, effectively abandoning the British market after 32 years.

Revenues in the Dunnes Stores unit that comprises its 15 stores in the North fell by more than 5 per cent to about £107 million (€119.3 million) last (...)

Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin: will produce a series of plant collections and garden accessories for Dunnes.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dunnes Stores is preparing to launch a new range of garden products in partnership with celebrity gardener Diarmuid Gavin. It is understood that Mr G(...)

Dairy farmers were willing to pay “top dollar” to lease land in 2017. Photograph: iStock

Land prices in the State have risen to their highest level in three years, according to the Irish Farmers Journal annual Agricultural Land Price repor(...)

An inquest has taken place in Carrick-on-Shannon into the deaths of Alexandra  Dunne and Frank Dunne. Photograph: Facebook

An open verdict was recorded at the inquest into the deaths of a couple who drowned in the river Shannon, in Co Leitrim, during a holiday earlier this(...)

  Idaho will run in the Japan Cup on Sunday morning.  Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The Aidan O’Brien trained Idaho will try to bridge a 34-year gap for Ireland in Sunday morning’s Japan Cup in Tokyo. Japanese racing’s most prestigio(...)

Ballinteskin Stud, Enniskerry, Co Wicklow, includes a six-bed Georgian house, 32 stables,  arenas, and a helicopter hangar and landing pad

Billionaire developer Luke Comer has purchased Ballinteskin Stud, Co Wicklow at auction for €2.53million. The country estate on 120 acres near Enniske(...)

Ballymacoll Stud: Frank Dunne lives at Hamwood stud farm, which adjoins Ballymacoll on the Dunboyne side

Ballymacoll Stud, one of Ireland’s best known equine breeding grounds in Dunboyne, Co Meath, has sold at auction for €8.15 million. The 300-acre stud (...)

Three property-related businesses connected to Dunnes Stores recorded losses in the year to the end of January 2015

Three property-related businesses connected with Irish retail giant Dunnes Stores recorded losses in the year to the end of January 2015, according to(...)

In December, Dunnes   merged at least 16   parts of its corporate structure into one entity, Dunnes Stores Ireland Company (DSIC), which has long been an important cog in the group but never before owned all 115 stores in the State.

Dunnes Stores has executed a streamlining of its Byzantine corporate structure by centralising the previously disparate ownership of many of its Iris(...)

 Trading Leather, trained by Jim Bolger (above) did not get the hoped for good draw, and starts from stall 18 in Sunday’s Japan Cup. Photograph:   Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Trading Leather will have to overcome international opposition – and being drawn widest of the 18-runner field – if he is to secure victory in the Jap(...)

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