SuperValu managing director Martin Kelleher and Guaranteed Irish chief executive Bríd O’Connell. Photograph: Andres Poveda

SuperValu plans to invest more than €700,000 into a new partnership with Guaranteed Irish, the business membership organisation promoting home-grown a(...)

Empty shelves in a supermarket during Storm Emma. Photograph: Reuters / Clodagh Kilcoyne

“There are only nine meals between mankind and anarchy,” said the American writer Alfred Henry Lewis in a distinctly alarming piece written more than (...)

Anybody in possession of a Johnston, Mooney and O’Brien product with the best before date of February 11th can return the product or the packaging to claim a full refund. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Bakery Johnston, Mooney & O’Brien has recalled all its sliced bread with a best before date of February 11th because of a risk it might contain sm(...)

Businessman Dermot Desmond has claimed a mistaken view taken by the Moriarty tribunal based on misleading information provided to it by its own solici(...)

Guinness is sold in more than 150 countries, with 10 million glasses downed every day. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Reuters

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the favourite of them all? That is what we set out to find out a couple of weeks back when took to Twitter to see wh(...)

Donal’s Lottery Island: no sign of an insurgency

Donal’s Lottery Island A man named Donal takes possession of a Mediterranean island thanks to a Lottery win. He then gifts the island to his people,(...)

The affected line is the 800g Johnston Mooney & O’Brien “Toastie” bread with a best before date of September 29th and carrying the codes D27 and E27. File photograph: Frank Miller

Johnston Mooney & O’Brien has recalled batches of its sliced pans over fears they may contain small pieces of blue plastic tubing. The company s(...)


GALBERTS GARLIC TOASTIE €2 for 240g, €8.33 per kg We are told on the packaging that these toasties were “hand-buttered”, although we’re no(...)

 David Gillick seen here in action for Ireland has retired from athletics. Photograph:  Ian MacNicol/Inpho

Ireland’s leading 400m athlete over recent years David Gillick has announced his retirement from competitive athletics. Gillick, who is the Irish reco(...)