June 8, 2022  |  Your latest trade news

Tesco Ireland must sell off Joyce's in Oranmore as part of CCPC acquisition approval

News | Tesco says it welcomes decision and will begin the process to rebrand and redesign the Joyce’s Supermarkets as Tesco stores on a phased basis

Tesco's acquisition of Joyce's Supermarkets has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC), subject to a number of legally...

Petrol has breached the €2-per-litre ceiling

News | Fuel prices remain volatile since the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Longford retail investment opportunity offers 8.45% net yield

News | Centre includes shops, warehousing, office space, a gym, and food and beverage operators

CSNA proposes rebate is included within Sick Pay Scheme

News | The CSNA has suggested that a rebate scheme be put in place to refund the cost of payments made for absent staff on sick leave where such staff are covered by a substitute

Record year for Ornua with operating profit up 1.3%

News | Dairy co-operative marks 60 years in business with strong performances from Kerrygold and Ornua Ingredients

Shopkeepers still paying exorbitant insurance premiums - Get Duty of Care passed, says RGDATA

News | "Government should commit to introducing the legislation through the Houses of the Oireachtas before the summer recess," says RGDATA

The Fed welcomes €30m boost for Irish postmasters

News | Ireland's postmasters will receive €30m of government funding over the next three years

Tesco opens new Express store at Spencer Dock, Dublin 1

News | Half of newly recruited staff are from the local Sheriff Street area

New research shows Irish consumers want companies to do more to improve sustainability of packaging

News | 91% of Irish respondents believe companies should only use packaging that is infinitely recyclable

Unemployment continues downward trajectory despite uncertainty of Ukraine and cost of living increases

News | Employers' hiring demands have eased in recent weeks as downside risks to the economy have grown

Cancer Trials Ireland becomes Nestlé Ireland staff charity

Brand Central | Partnership to raise awareness and funds to benefit the work of Cancer Trials Ireland

Covid-19 pandemic had profoundly negative impact on Irish cider sector last year, according to new report

Off-trade | Sector calls for urgent implementation of excise relief for craft cider producers, and wider alcohol excise cut to support recovery

SuperValu encourages shoppers to shop sustainably and support local for Guaranteed Irish Food Month

Research shows majority of Irish people (89%) believe buying local can help the environment

XL sponsors live stage show, the ‘Marty Party’

Show will be a mixture of gameshow classics, live music, dance and special guest appearances from Marty’s huge array of contacts

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