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Customers are facing extra taxes and charges, and delays to deliveries due to Brexit, despite some buying from Irish domain names. Photograph: iStock

“Sorry, we are unable to ship to Ireland now that we have left the EU. Once Ireland also leaves, we will be able to supply again,” read the note from (...)

Covid-19 has now forced the Irish auction industry to conduct online only auctions.

Now that Irish auction houses have moved to online platforms – and with Brexit in the mix – how does this affect you as a buyer, and what are your rig(...)

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Tens of thousands of sellers are using the ecommerce platform Shopify to scam consumers and sell counterfeit goods, after the company’s rapid growth h(...)

Resellers have already made about  €28.5 million off of PlayStation 5s. Photograph:  Sony/PA Wire

Sony has created one of the hottest gadgets of the year in the PlayStation 5, but its launch has been marred by scalpers who are buying up scarce supp(...)

UCD student Diana Mirza became Ireland’s first world chess champion when she won  the  World Schools Under-17 Chess Championship in 2017

This year has provided endless twists and turns, from a global pandemic to the first Irish-American president since JFK. Not even the most gifted of p(...)

Many children, who are not into sport, are missing  their afterschool activities, at at time when they really need them. Photograph: iStock

“What level of coronavirus are we at?” the second youngest asked having wandered down the stairs with an unquenchable thirst that has a tendency to ap(...)

A powerhouse line-up of earnings releases on Thursday showed that giants of Big Tech are on firm financial footing despite turbulent politics and the coronavirus pandemic. Photograph: Denis Charlet/AFP

It was a good night for Big Tech, with Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook all posting strong quarterly results despite turbulent politics and the coro(...)

  A shop on Dublin’s Henry Street closing down. Committed entrepreneurs are trying to hang onto old customers and attract new shoppers into their street shops during the pandemic. Photograph: Alan Betson

Footfall in Dublin’s city centre has witnessed a massive decrease over the past six months. Committed entrepreneurs are trying to hang onto old custom(...)

To experience that kind of love twice over is barely believable

When you eat your way through a pandemic in the manner of a Viking gatecrashing a wedding, you can expect a few physical changes. And now, I’m officia(...)

Wycombe Wanderers manager  Gareth Ainsworth  celebrates after the  League One playoff final against  Oxford United at Wembley Stadium. Photograph:  Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

“I’m not sure many managers know the inner workings of a sprinkler system and can fix it by bending wires and with bits of coat-hanger,” Gareth Ainswo(...)

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