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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Shop

All time
# Skerries
Man in his 40s arrested after car crashes through Dublin shop
The incident happened in the C&T Superstore on the Shenick Road in Skerries shortly after 2.30pm.
# the more you know
Your consumer rights could change post-Brexit when you buy from a British shop
Ordering something from the UK post-Brexit could include a Vat rate of €22 or more.
# Cork
'The shop meant everything': Beloved local greengrocer shuts down after 55 years in business
Sheehan’s Greengrocers, has to close down due to building regulations, say its owners.
# Discrimination
Shop which told pregnant employee to 'look better and appear happy' ordered to pay her €18,000
The Labour Court ruled that Karolina Poslajko had been discriminated against by her former employer, Kildare town-based Clelands Supermarkets Ltd.
# London
Burglars smash hole in wall of jewellery shop and steal €1.9m-worth of goods
Police said three men used a sledgehammer and a crowbar to create the hole.
# jackpot
'It will put us on the map': Castlebar shop owner thrilled at selling winning Euromillions ticket
The winner of the €29 million jackpot has decided not to go public for now.
# Santry
Staff and passers-by hold man who tried to rob shop and attacked woman until gardaí arrive
He was in possession of a hammer and threatened staff, demanding cash.
# short back and sides
This barbers in Dublin has the most adorable dog hanging around the shop
# Harlsden
At least 20 injured after double-decker bus crashes into shop in London
The bus struck the shop in Harlsden, north west London, at about 2pm this afternoon.
# Turkmenistan
This country has taken cigarettes from shops to make people quit the habit
Traders were threatened with huge fines.
# Old Romantic
This husband's Facebook post about "kind of" cheating on his wife has become a sensation
Ah, just the standard hundreds of thousands of shares.
# Old Romantic
This husband's Facebook post about "kind of" cheating on his wife has become a sensation
Ah, just the standard hundreds of thousands of shares.
# Primark
Penney's first US store is open for business
The citizens of Boston are in for a treat.
# High Court
McElhinneys fashion store could be saved
The well-known occasion-wear shop employs 29 people in Meath.
# gender neutral
Target got rid of 'boys' and 'girls' signs, and there was quite a reaction
The majority of its customers appeared to be satisfied with the decision.
# Equality Tribunal
Barber who refused to cut woman's hair did not discriminate
The woman had been looking for an ‘undercut’.
# In bits
One Galway man had a very good reason to close his shop yesterday
We can relate.
# Clondalkin
Dublin store worker injured in tussle with armed thief
A 32-year-old man is in court this morning charged in connection with the attempted robbery.
# not at all safe
Thieves steal entire safe in early-morning shop robbery
Three masked men carried out the raid at around 7am this morning.
# tiger tiger
10 signs that you are devoted to shopping at Tiger
The posh Danish €2 shop that will slowly take over your life.
# christmas crime
Organised gangs are flying into Dublin to shoplift your belongings this Christmas
Retailers want courts to crack down harder on shoplifting.
# Robbery
Man in court after threatening shop worker with knife, stealing money and phones
The man was arrested in the Mullingar area.
# cork street
Hooded raiders hold staff at gunpoint in Dublin supermarket
The three men left the scene on foot with a quantity of cash.
# Clare
Five injured as van ploughs into Ennis supermarket
The van reversed through the front windows and door of the busy shop last night.
# Retail
HMV opens another new Irish store today — this time online
The online store will be in addition to its five other stores in the Republic of Ireland which reopened two months ago.
# smash
This is what it looks like when your supermarket booze aisle collapses
# nutrition
Shop-bought baby foods 'don't meet infants' weaning needs'
A study shows that some of the foods are promoted for infants from four months – an age they should still be on a breast milk-based diet.
# handgun
Two men arrested following armed robbery on a shop in Waterford
Gardaí arrested the men, aged in their 30s, in a follow-up search.
# North Dublin
Appeal for sightings of 'dark coloured Mercedes' after two armed robberies
A bookmakers and a shop were robbed within minutes of each other in north county Dublin earlier today.
# badass
96-year-old woman defeats armed robber in her shop
She told him: “You can have all the Tootsie Rolls you want but I am not opening that cash register.”
# Dalkey
Community pulls together to get local woman back in her home after fire
Grainne Nelligan’s home and business were both destroyed in the fire two months ago.
# closed down
Guineys workers still in limbo over pensions
Many of the workers who lost their job when Guiney & Co closed down in September had more than 25 years service – but now their pension remains up in the air.
# Jobswatch
Discount retailer to create 300 Irish jobs
The discount retailer celebrated its first anniversary of trading in Ireland with the announcement it will open ten new Irish stores in 2013.
# vox pop
It had everything from 'a needle to an anchor': Shoppers remember Guiney and Co
There was nostalgia aplenty at 79-80 Talbot Street in Dublin’s city centre today as people reminisced about the shop that had everything.
# pic of the day
Sad Justin Bieber Easter Egg (yes, EASTER EGG) Pic Of The Day
We have so many feelings about this…
# The Pledge
Caption competition: What is Michael Noonan writing?
The Finance Minister officially opened a new Eason store in Limerick today – but what is he writing?
# Good News
It's back: Peats reopens its doors in Dublin
After 78 years in business, the electronics store closed its 11 branches earlier this month – but today it reopened its Parnell Street branch.
# Ban
TCD bans Daily Mail from campus shops
Students voted last night to ban the newspaper from shops over an inaccurate article it ran about UCC student Caolan Mulrooney.
# Fair Deal
New product placement rules sees Fair City gets a SPAR
Christie Phelan’s corner shop to turn into a SPAR in sponsored deal with RTÉ1 soap.