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Dublin: 1 °C Thursday 18 October, 2018

Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC Plans to turn Dublin's College Green into a car-free plaza have been rejected Tourism And Transport

Plans to turn Dublin's College Green into a car-free plaza have been rejected

The national planning body says the scheme would cause problems for buses and other transport.

Tuesday 16 October, 2018

From Business ETC Paddy Power was fined £2.2m for letting punters use stolen money to place bets Retail And Services

Paddy Power was fined £2.2m for letting punters use stolen money to place bets

The betting behemoth was also taken to task over how it deals with problem gambling.

Monday 15 October, 2018

Irish food group Greencore sells its US wing for more than $1 billion

The Dublin-based firm recently moved to restructure its US business after a profit warning.

Thursday 11 October, 2018

From Business ETC Denis Naughten resigns - as the future of the National Broadband Plan hangs in the balance Policy And Economy

Denis Naughten resigns - as the future of the National Broadband Plan hangs in the balance

The Communications Minister made the announcement in the Dáil this afternoon.

Friday 28 September, 2018

From Business ETC The consumer watchdog has concerns about a 'natural monopoly' in the Irish waste sector Retail And Services

The consumer watchdog has concerns about a 'natural monopoly' in the Irish waste sector

The average home now pays between €230 – €280 a year in waste collection charges.

Friday 21 September, 2018

From Business ETC A worker who posted derogatory Facebook memes about bosses won a €7,700 claim Work

A worker who posted derogatory Facebook memes about bosses won a €7,700 claim

The woman claimed the retailer’s managing director kicked her chair, sparking the unfair dismissal case.

Thursday 20 September, 2018

From Business ETC Ryanair's chairman was re-elected - but support for the American billionaire has weakened Tourism And Transport

Ryanair's chairman was re-elected - but support for the American billionaire has weakened

A UK pension fund had recommended that members block David Bonderman’s re-appointment.

Wednesday 19 September, 2018

From Business ETC Tesco is launching budget brand Jack's to rival Aldi and Lidl - but it's not coming to Ireland Retail And Services

Tesco is launching budget brand Jack's to rival Aldi and Lidl - but it's not coming to Ireland

The UK grocery chain plans to open up to 15 of the no-frills stores for now.

From Business ETC Designer Orla Kiely shuttered her online and retail business after 'challenges' in the UK Retail And Services

Designer Orla Kiely shuttered her online and retail business after 'challenges' in the UK

The company has decided to enter voluntary liquidation.

Thursday 13 September, 2018

From Business ETC Controversial plans for over 500 homes in Dublin's St Anne's Park have been rejected Building And Property

Controversial plans for over 500 homes in Dublin's St Anne's Park have been rejected

After it initially granted permission for the project, An Bord Pleanála said it would review the case.

Sunday 9 September, 2018

An Post might turn its 'surplus' property into commercial space

The semi-state could also look at relocating more of its operations from a number of sites.

Friday 7 September, 2018

From Business ETC The US hedge fund owner of Cork's Wilton Shopping Centre has put it up for sale Building And Property

The US hedge fund owner of Cork's Wilton Shopping Centre has put it up for sale

The property has been put on the market by York Capital for €86 million.

From Business ETC New rules are on the way for Airbnb hosts in Dublin to crack down on short-term lets Policy And Economy

New rules are on the way for Airbnb hosts in Dublin to crack down on short-term lets

Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy said the regulations would be similar to those introduced in Toronto.

Wednesday 5 September, 2018

From Business ETC Ryanair pilots in Ireland have voted to accept a deal struck by unions Work

Ryanair pilots in Ireland have voted to accept a deal struck by unions

The announcement was made by the Irish Airline Pilots’ Association, which represents some Ryanair pilots.

Thursday 30 August, 2018

From Business ETC Ryanair cabin crew will be represented by a union for the first time Tourism And Transport

Ryanair cabin crew will be represented by a union for the first time

Fórsa also recently agreed a deal with the budget airline for Ireland-based pilots.

Wednesday 29 August, 2018

From Business ETC The five-star Druids Glen hotel and golf resort is on sale for €45m Building And Property

The five-star Druids Glen hotel and golf resort is on sale for €45m

The venue hosted four Irish Opens in the late 1990s.

Sunday 26 August, 2018

From Business ETC GIVEAWAY: We've got FREE tickets to Europe's top conference for software firms Startups And Tech

GIVEAWAY: We've got FREE tickets to Europe's top conference for software firms

Dublin’s SaaStock has been billed as Europe’s number-one event for SaaS founders and execs.

Wednesday 22 August, 2018

From Business ETC 37,000 Eir customers affected by data breach after laptop stolen Startups And Tech

37,000 Eir customers affected by data breach after laptop stolen

Gardaí and the Data Protection Commissioner have been notified.

Thursday 16 August, 2018

From Business ETC GSK is closing its Sligo manufacturing site - cutting 165 jobs Retail And Services

GSK is closing its Sligo manufacturing site - cutting 165 jobs

The pharma giant will shut down the skincare plant over the next three years.

Wednesday 15 August, 2018

From Business ETC 'We've still much to learn': Paddy Cosgrave has withdrawn Marine Le Pen's invite to Web Summit Startups And Tech

'We've still much to learn': Paddy Cosgrave has withdrawn Marine Le Pen's invite to Web Summit

The French far-right leader had been invited to speak at this year’s event in Lisbon.

Tuesday 14 August, 2018

From Business ETC Dunnes Stores is turning a long-vacant, former Blackrock pub into a new store Retail And Services

Dunnes Stores is turning a long-vacant, former Blackrock pub into a new store

The site of the ex-Playwright bar has been empty since 2011.

Monday 13 August, 2018

From Business ETC Ticketmaster is shutting down Seatwave as new laws crack down on ticket touting Retail And Services

Ticketmaster is shutting down Seatwave as new laws crack down on ticket touting

The ticket reseller said it will replace Seatwave with another “fan-to-fan” ticket exchange system.

Friday 10 August, 2018

Wednesday 8 August, 2018

From Business ETC One-sixth of all Ryanair flights will be cancelled on Friday due to strikes Tourism And Transport

One-sixth of all Ryanair flights will be cancelled on Friday due to strikes

Germany pilots will join counterparts in Ireland and other countries in stopping work.

Wednesday 1 August, 2018

From Business ETC 'The damage is already done': Ryanair wants fresh talks with Irish union officials Tourism And Transport

'The damage is already done': Ryanair wants fresh talks with Irish union officials

Some 3,500 customers will be affected by flight cancellations this Friday.

From Business ETC Facebook has launched an inquiry into Irish contractor CPL after undercover revelations Startups And Tech

Facebook has launched an inquiry into Irish contractor CPL after undercover revelations

Channel 4′s Dispatches exposed content moderation failings in the social media giant’s Dublin office.

Tuesday 31 July, 2018

From Business ETC The last waterfront site in Dublin's docklands has been put on the market for €120m Building And Property

The last waterfront site in Dublin's docklands has been put on the market for €120m

The residential site up for sale could potentially house over 500 homes.

Monday 30 July, 2018

From Business ETC After another bump in the road, here's what we know about the National Broadband Plan Policy And Economy

After another bump in the road, here's what we know about the National Broadband Plan

There is one bidder left for the contract, but politicians think the writing is on the wall.

Thursday 26 July, 2018

Kerrygold is being sued in the US over claims its butter doesn't come from grass-fed cows

A Californian citizen has accused Ornua of ‘false, deceptive’ advertising.

From Business ETC 'We were told that streaming would be the death of 2FM - no it's f***ing not' Media And Marketing

'We were told that streaming would be the death of 2FM - no it's f***ing not'

Every programme on RTÉ’s main radio stations have recorded a rise in listeners.

Wednesday 25 July, 2018

From Business ETC Hundreds of Ryanair workers may face job losses - unless they move to bases like Poland Tourism And Transport

Hundreds of Ryanair workers may face job losses - unless they move to bases like Poland

The company says it may reduce the size of its fleet in the Irish capital this winter.

Tuesday 24 July, 2018

From Business ETC Ticket touting will be banned in Ireland under new laws Policy And Economy

Ticket touting will be banned in Ireland under new laws

The use of bot software to purchase tickets will also be prohibited.

Monday 23 July, 2018

From Business ETC As its profits slump, Ryanair has warned ongoing strikes could cause job losses Tourism And Transport

As its profits slump, Ryanair has warned ongoing strikes could cause job losses

The budget airliner’s profits fell by more than a fifth to €309 million.

Friday 20 July, 2018

From Business ETC Cork locals are bringing their battle against the Ringaskiddy harbour incinerator to the High Court Building And Property

Cork locals are bringing their battle against the Ringaskiddy harbour incinerator to the High Court

Community groups are seeking a judicial review after raising over €60,000 in a GoFundMe campaign.

Thursday 19 July, 2018

From Business ETC 'Our work is on the assumption something awful happens' - Dublin Port has plans for a 'hard Brexit' Policy And Economy

'Our work is on the assumption something awful happens' - Dublin Port has plans for a 'hard Brexit'

Work is underway to add new customs checks and upgrade infrastructure at the port.

Tuesday 10 July, 2018

From Business ETC Ryanair will cancel 30 flights this Thursday due to the planned pilot strike Tourism And Transport

Ryanair will cancel 30 flights this Thursday due to the planned pilot strike

Members of the IALPA trade union are going on strike.

Friday 6 July, 2018

From Business ETC A small Irish whiskey brand has accused Jameson's maker of 'abusing its dominant position' Food And Drink

A small Irish whiskey brand has accused Jameson's maker of 'abusing its dominant position'

The Wild Geese brand wants a court order that would require Irish Distillers to supply them with whiskey.

Thursday 5 July, 2018

From Business ETC Ryanair's labour unrest is heating up as European cabin crew call summer strikes Tourism And Transport

Ryanair's labour unrest is heating up as European cabin crew call summer strikes

The industrial action will affect Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium.

Tuesday 26 June, 2018

From Business ETC A lifestyle blogger has become the first influencer warned about 'misleading' ads Media And Marketing

A lifestyle blogger has become the first influencer warned about 'misleading' ads

The ads watchdog upheld a complaint about social media posts by Rosie Connolly and Rimmel.

From Business ETC Michael Lowry found guilty on two charges of submitting incorrect corporation tax returns Central Criminal Court

Michael Lowry found guilty on two charges of submitting incorrect corporation tax returns

The TD had faced eight charges based on returns filed between 2002 and 2007.

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