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#Dunnes Stores

# dunnes-stores - Friday 18 April, 2014

From The Daily Edge Dunnes in Blanchardstown has a novel way of stopping people buying booze Soft Strong And Long

Dunnes in Blanchardstown has a novel way of stopping people buying booze

They call it The Great Wall of Bog Roll.

# dunnes-stores - Thursday 27 March, 2014

More sausage rolls with allergy risk. This time Dunnes. This time jumbo.

It comes after German food supplier Aldi was forced to withdraw a number of sausage rolls after they were similarly incorrectly labelled.

# dunnes-stores - Friday 24 January, 2014

From The Daily Edge 'Ireland's Largest Lingerie Section' could become actual tourist landmark Knickers

'Ireland's Largest Lingerie Section' could become actual tourist landmark

The Father Ted episode was filmed in Dunnes Stores in Ennis, and a local councillor wants it recognised.

# dunnes-stores - Monday 23 December, 2013

Business booming for Aldi and Lidl as discounters show growth at expense of Tesco

The German discount chains have been gaining ground in the last 12 months, as shoppers continue to keep a close watch on their grocery spend.

# dunnes-stores - Tuesday 17 December, 2013

Dunnes Stores workers being threatened with car clamping in store carpark

The threat at the Newbridge store is part of a wider dispute where parking facilities have been withdrawn at 116 Irish stores.

# dunnes-stores - Tuesday 10 December, 2013

Column: ‘I attended Nelson Mandela’s inauguration in 1994 and he will be missed’

The obscenity of the apartheid system was brought home to me when Bishop Desmond Tutu visited Ireland in 1984 and he shared his stories, writes Joe Murray, who says the world has lost a unique leader.

# dunnes-stores - Monday 9 December, 2013

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everyone’s been talking about the resignation of the CRC boss, the major jobs announcement in Limerick and tomorrow’s service for ‘Madiba’…

Obama and Castro to deliver eulogies at Mandela memorial service

Heads of state and government have been arriving ahead of tomorrow’s State Memorial Service. President Michael D Higgins is representing Ireland.

# dunnes-stores - Saturday 7 December, 2013

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Everybody’s talking about the Marks and Spencer strike, major flight problems, and Nelson Mandela’s funeral…

# dunnes-stores - Tuesday 19 November, 2013

Workers slam 'inconsiderate' Dunnes over withdrawal of staff parking spaces

The Mandate trade union says workers could lose up to €76 per week from their income in parking expenses as a result of the move.

# dunnes-stores - Thursday 13 June, 2013

Shoppers can now buy Dunnes Stores wares online

After more than a year in production, the Irish retailer is selling clothes and homewares online but will not be selling groceries.

# dunnes-stores - Monday 4 March, 2013

Horsemeat scandal: Frozen burger sales down 42 per cent

Data from Kantar Worldpanel Ireland has shown the impact of the horsemeat scandal on sales of frozen burgers.

# dunnes-stores - Friday 18 January, 2013

SIPTU to seek pay increases for retail workers after Dunnes deal

SIPTU welcomes Dunnes Stores’ agreement to increase pay by 3 per cent, and says it wants rises elsewhere.

# dunnes-stores - Thursday 17 January, 2013

The Evening Fix… now with added hovering DeLorean

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Dunnes Stores 14,000 staff to get 3% pay rise

This will be the first pay increase for the retailer’s staff since 2007.

# dunnes-stores - Tuesday 15 January, 2013

Dunnes and Aldi make biggest gains in Christmas grocery market

The latest figures from Kantar Worldpanel show Dunnes and Aldi making ground, largely at the expense of smaller shops.

# dunnes-stores - Monday 26 November, 2012

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Court to hear petition to wind up Dunnes Stores next month

Up to 18,000 jobs are potentially in jeopardy as a result of the action.

# dunnes-stores - Tuesday 16 October, 2012

Poll: Do you try to shop in Irish-owned supermarkets? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you try to shop in Irish-owned supermarkets?

Study shows that chains like Tesco, Aldi and Lidl are experiencing more growth than homegrown Irish chains – do you make a conscious choice to shop in Irish supermarkets?

Tesco extends lead as Ireland's most popular supermarket

The latest Kantar Worldpanel show Tesco has gained market share in the last year, while Dunnes has slipped back.

# dunnes-stores - Tuesday 6 March, 2012

Discount German supermarkets increase share of grocery market

New figures show Lidl and Aldi continuing to eat into the grocery market, though Tesco and Dunnes remain by far the largest.

# dunnes-stores - Wednesday 13 July, 2011

We're paying more for food... again

Grocery prices in three major supermarket chains have increased by more than five per cent since last year, new figures show.

# dunnes-stores - Tuesday 10 August, 2010

THE NATIONAL Consumer Agency has released figures that show that the cost of supermarket groceries in Ireland have dropped by 14%.

Prices have fallen over that last 18 months, according to the study, which examined the cost of 103 branded grocery items in Tesco, Dunnes Stores and Superquinn and 87 items when SuperValu was included.

Read the survey here.

The results showed that there was virtually no price difference on branded goods between Tesco, Dunnes Stores and Superquinn; the difference between the cheapest and most expensive a basket of 103 items was just €1.14 or 0.4%.

The cost of the sample baskets:

Dunnes Stores = €279.62

Tesco = €280.69

Superquinn = €280.76

Ann Fitzgerald, Chief Executive of the National Consumer Agency, says that while it is good news that prices are dropping, the study also highlights that a lack of competitiveness exists between the state’s largest retailers – which a serious issue for Irish consumers:

The results show that while grocery prices have dropped across the board, over the past 18 months, there is evidence that the most powerful retailers in the State, between them controlling 70% of the market… are still price matching in core branded items to a significant degree, albeit at much lower levels than in 2007 and 2008.

This suggests that competitive pricing is still not a feature of the Irish grocery market and to address this there is a real need for a new entrant to the market to offer consumers a real alternative.