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Gardaí arrest 46 people as part of investigation into organised begging Stock picture FORTY six people will appear in court next month after gardai launched a three-day operation targeting organised beggars. Officers, both uniformed and plain clothed, from Pearse Street station, in Dublin, patrolled busy tourist areas of the city centre from last Friday to Sunday. Temple Bar and the Grafton Street were...
Hard sell for May on soft Brexit deal Breakthrough hope will now hinge on DUP and Tories Varadkar defends acceptance of review mechanism for the sake of securing agreement on the Border Theresa May Photo: Matt Dunham/PA WireTaoiseach Leo Varadkar. Photo: Gerry Mooney British Prime Minister Theresa May stands accused of surrender by elements of her own party over a Brexit...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...
Jameson looking for graduates of 'serious character' to apply for international programme Sinéad D’Arcy, Head of Jameson International Graduate Programme pictured with the 2018 Jameson International Graduate Programme intake. Jameson are calling for graduates "with serious character" to become international brand ambassadors for the firm over a three year period. The programme, which is split into two placements abroad, involves the graduate...
Speculation grows of further beef price cut as kill numbers break 40,000   Reports that it is now taking up to two weeks to get stock killed. Picture; Gerry Mooney Last week saw the cattle kill tip over the 40,000 mark for the first time this year, the final figure being 40,022. Prices yesterday morning appeared to be holding as they have done...
B&M profits rise but UK sales held back after rush for garden products July and August were weaker as the retailer ran low on heatwave-friendly gear. BandM quickly sold out of garden accessories, leading to a weaker late summer (PA) Profits at bargain retailer B&M rose by more than 30% in the first half of the year, but underlying revenue was held...
'Why is woman in quotation marks?' - Serena Williams's GQ cover has sparked controversy Serena Williams attends the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Tennis on The Thames evening reception at OXO2 on June 28, 2018 in London, EnglandSerena Williams for GQ Magazine You could argue it's another day, another event to draw the ire of the internet, or you could argue that...
Earnings increase at Eir despite decline in revenue Eir chief executive Carolan Lennon. Earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation, and amortisation at Eir have increased 11pc year-on-year to €138m in the three months to 30 September. This is despite the group reporting a 1pc fall in revenue to €312m. Operating costs were down 12pc to €108m for the three month period, according to a...
Woodie’s DIY owner benefits from Irish sales Grafton CEO Gavin Slark Woodie's Grafton Group has reported a 5.5pc increase in like-for-like revenue for the four months ended 31 October. In Ireland revenue in the group's merchanting business increased 10pc during the four month period, while in the first ten months of this year revenue from the group’s Irish operations has risen 7.8pc...
O'Brien lawyer opposes amendment to phone licence case Businessman Denis O’Brien. Photo: Bloomberg A consortium suing over the awarding of the country's second mobile phone licence should not be allowed amend its original statement of claim because it would be a "recipe for chaos", a lawyer for businessman Denis O'Brien has argued in the High Court. Mr O'Brien and the State are...

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