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It’s early November, but Christmas has come to our television advertising breaks – and what a luscious, luxurious, austerity-free vision it is. There’(...)

A changing landscape

QUINNSWORTH: The supermarket chain’s founder Pat Quinn became a recognisable face across Ireland when he appeared in countless television ads weari(...)

The lower denomination coins can’t be used in vending machines, at toll booths or to pay for car parking

The people of Wexford have been talking non-cents since the middle of September as part of a trial that has seen the smallest denomination coins scrap(...)

A reader was told by an auto parts shop that €15 was the  minimum debit-card transaction they would put through

Shopper concerned about safety of witches’ hatsA reader from Cork bought witches’ hats in Lidl recently for a birthday party, at €1.49 each. As the ch(...)

Clash of the outlets: the supermarket sector is gearing up to slug it out on prices . Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Tesco’s “price promise” is the latest in a long line of aggressive strategies rolled out by the company as it seeks to retain its number one slot in t(...)

The Independent News and Media building at Citywest, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

and Green REIT, the recently listed property investment company, has announced €178 million worth of acquisitions including the EBS headquarters, Ind(...)

T he old dear’s had more work done on her face. She looks like someone beat a swarm of bees off Sharon Osbourne’s face with a pair of running spikes. (...)

Aldi, which opened its first supermarket in Ireland in 1999, now has about 100 stores here.

Pretax profit more than doubled to almost £160 million (€189 million) at the Irish and British operations of discount supermarket chain Aldi last year(...)

Green REIT, Ireland’s first property investment trust, looks set to spend well over €100 million on a range of commercial properties that should appre(...)

Profits at supermarket giant Tesco have plunged by almost a quarter in the past six months following underlying sales declines in the UK and every (...)

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