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#Clerys

# clerys - Thursday 28 June, 2012

Penneys, M&S, Tesco and more sign up to code on children's clothes.

The guidelines lay out rules for underwear, swimwear and footwear, as well as slogans and fabrics.

# clerys - Wednesday 11 January, 2012

Video: Inside Clerys department store in Dublin - in 1932 Old School This post contains videos

Video: Inside Clerys department store in Dublin - in 1932

Check out this 1932 video of the legendary department store on Dublin’s O’Connell Street, including the bargain basement, the ‘gay and lively’ café – and a mechanical zoo…

# clerys - Monday 26 December, 2011

The Daily Fix: St Stephen's Day Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: St Stephen's Day

In tonight’s Fix: Texas gunman was dressed as Santa Claus, China’s ghost estates and why Donald Trump has left the Republican party.

Black Monday? Hundreds queue up for St Stephen's Day sales Sales This post contains images

Black Monday? Hundreds queue up for St Stephen's Day sales

Thousands of people have descended on Ireland’s shopping hubs hoping to pick up bargains.

When do the post-Christmas sales start? Black Monday? This post contains videos

When do the post-Christmas sales start?

Many retailers have once more chosen to open their doors on St. Stephens Day. TheJournal.ie has a roundup of dates and times of the post-Christmas sales.

# clerys - Saturday 17 December, 2011

Sales might start next week... BEFORE Christmas Shopping This post contains images

Sales might start next week... BEFORE Christmas

Christmas shopping predictions… and 11 shopping habits we’ve picked up this year.

# clerys - Sunday 1 August, 2010

The Sunday Independent leads with a report issued by O’Connell St department store Clerys, which implicitly rubbishes the government’s claims to have successfully staved off the worst of the financial crisis.

It also reveals that golfer Padraig Harrington has lost about €4m he invested in a UK technology firm U4EA, while Dermot Desmond lost about €14.5m, according to its administrator’s latest figures.

Inside, Celia Larkin – the former partner of Bertie Ahern – says that the Galway Races are a much more enjoyable occasion without Fianna Fáil’s fundraising tent. Life magazine interviews Beyoncé.

The Sunday Business Post says that some of Ireland’s highest earners used a series of tax allowance loopholes to pay as little as 4% tax on their earnings in 2008.

It also reveals that Arnotts’ ill-fated expansion into the Jervis Centre cost it €40m, as the department store is forced to close off some arms because of its crippling €320m debt.

Inside it reveals that the rate of TV licence payments is down, according to An Post, while Ireland’s reputation as being a cinema-loving nation is under threat with attendances down 7% in the last six months.

Agenda magazine publishes extracts from a new novel recalling the moment the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima.

The Sunday Tribune gives its front page to a secret HSE report which says that cutbacks in the health service pose a major safety risk to the elderly, the mentally ill, and mothers and babies.

It also tells how GAA fans have attacked the organisation for increasing the prices of ten-year premium tickets in Croke Park by 63% at a specially convened meeting of ticketholders during the week.

Inside it says that renovations works on Leinster House cost over €1m last year – mainly to keep the “crumbling 18th century residence” safe.

T2 magazine investigates the death of Phoebe Prince, the Clare teen who hanged herself after intensive bullying at her school in Massachusetts.

The Sunday Times leads with news that the bosses of commercial state companies are facing significant pay cuts, under new rules to be announced by Brian Lenihan in the autumn.

It also carries the slightly offbeat story that the German ambassador to Ireland has demanded that RTÉ relocate the set of Fair City, because work on the set wakes him up in his nearby Donnybrook home.

Inside it asks whether WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange is a freedom fighter or information terrorist, while Style magazine interviews Catherine Zeta-Jones.