Thai takeaway chain to create 75 jobs

One of the country's most popular Thai takeaways is hiring 75 new staff, it was announced today.

Camile has confirmed it will be opening three new branches before the end of the year.

The food outlets will be based in Lucan and Swords in Dublin and on the Newtownards road in Belfast.


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