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# Retailers

This month
May 2024
Retailers claim safety of shop workers could be compromised by proposed increase in smoking age
Last year
2023
Irish consumers paying more than UK shoppers for some products this Christmas
Retail Minister hopeful non-food items like nappies and baby wipes will come down in price
All time
'It's a hammer blow': Retailers say they are in 'shock' at decision to shut non-essential shops
Retailers call on government to move forward re-opening of sector to Monday
'We have to get the doors open before Christmas': Retailers and pubs call for clarity on re-opening
Tánaiste says it is 'unfair' for non-essential shops to stay open by selling PPE
Level 5: These are the essential retail outlets and services allowed open under the new restrictions
'It's the 11th hour': Retailers concerned as deadline looms to separate out alcohol products in shops
Simon Harris says 'there's no need to camp outside Penneys' as major retailers outline re-opening plans
High street stores to get green light to reopen from next Monday
Dunnes Stores retains top spot in Ireland's supermarket wars
Warning that dietary supplement 'not fit for human consumption' due to presence of illegal steroids
Over 300 retailers targeted in sting operations to see if they're selling cigarettes to under 18s
Irish retailers on course to record best Christmas season since 2007
Retailers used customers' email addresses taken for issuing receipts to send marketing material
Penneys and discount supermarkets are making other retailers decrease their prices
Retailers say the rates they have to pay are way too high and it's damaging business
No plans to introduce PSNI petrol 'drive-off' pilot scheme in Republic
The post-Christmas sales are a 'mixed bag' for Irish retailers
Aunt Mary has bought you another horrible Christmas jumper. So, can you return it?
Retailers fear Dublin traffic restrictions will force shoppers to out-of-town centres
Poll: Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet?
Retailers are going to have their best Christmas since 2009 thanks to you
22c for a plastic bag? California has gone a step further and banned them altogether
Retailers might stop selling cigarettes if tobacco licence fee goes up
Beef farmers launch "blitz" at Tesco in Naas
Irish farmers' anger at 'decimation' of income
Life on the dole - a dark and humorous diary
Opinion: Irish farmers must stand up for change – or else sleep with one eye open
Fergal Anderson
Mandate union secures €20m in pay increases for 40,000 members
Tesco's market share fell over Christmas while discount retailers saw a boost
PICS: Queues for Brown Thomas go all the way around the corner in Dublin and Cork
Four A|wear stores remain open following examiner appointment
Own-brand products 'allow retailers to bully their suppliers'
Call for below-cost selling of milk and bread to be banned
It's back! HMV to reopen four stores in two weeks
The price of groceries is still rising - but slightly slower than before
Contactless payments to cut the time you spend in a queue
Retailers fuming over illegal cigarette trade