Irish shoppers are the biggest spenders, report shows

Irish consumers are the biggest shopaholics in the world with more spent in department stores than any other nation.

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Primark sales dip hits owner’s shares

Sales at Dublin-headquartered discount clothing retailer Primark fell in November, due to unseasonably warm weather.

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Francis Brennan is coming to Cork for a special Christmas talk

The country's favourite hotelier and designer Francis Brennan is leaving the lakes of Kenmare and travelling Leeside for a special talk this weekend.

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Everything we love about department stores – and what we’re losing as they shut down

As Debenhams annouces it is closing up to 50 stores, Jenny Stallard reflects on why department stores are a high-street essential.

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Dunnes in lead as grocery market grows to €8.13bn

Dunnes Stores has reclaimed top slot with the largest slice of the €2.44bn spent on groceries in all supermarkets in Ireland in the latest 12-week period.

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Dunnes Stores loses significant battle over vacant sites register

Dunnes Stores is facing a potential annual tax bill of €360,000 after losing a planning battle with a local authority which had placed a site, valued at €12m and owned by the supermarket group in south Dublin, on the vacant sites register.

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Staff stunned at closure of Gorey Dunnes Stores

Staff at Dunnes Stores in Gorey in Wexford are stunned at the decision to close the store, the union Mandate has said.

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Adams offers support to Dunnes workers ahead of tomorrow's strike

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD has today expressed Sinn Féin’s “firm and unequivocal support for the Dunnes Stores workers who will be on strike tomorrow”.

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Not too late for Dunnes Stores to prevent strike, says Minister

Business and Employment Minister Ged Nash has today urged Dunnes Stores to engage with the industrial relations machinery of the State.

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Dunnes Stores workers vote to strike

Workers at Dunnes Stores have today voted to strike.

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Dunnes Stores staff to vote on industrial action

Staff at Dunnes Stores are to ballot for industrial action.

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Aldi accuses Dunnes Stores of trademark infringement

The German discount chain Aldi has launched a legal action against Dunnes Stores over alleged trademark infringement.

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Retail report shows significant sales growth for Dunnes

Dunnes Stores enjoyed its best sales growth figures for four years recently, according to figures released today.

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Animal rights group to protest at Dunnes Stores

Pressure group Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) are to protest at Dunnes Stores' head office at 12 noon today.

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Dunnes staff set for pay rise, says union

Around 14,000 staff at Dunnes Stores are to get a pay rise, it was revealed today.

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Dunnes Stores to face winding-up petition in court

The developer behind the Ferrybank Shopping Centre near Waterford City is seeking to wind-up retail giant Dunnes Stores.

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