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Dawn Meats and Aldi agree new five year €125m deal

Mon, 06/17/2024 - 07:08
Dawn Meats and Aldi have signed a new, five-year supply contract worth €125m.

Record volume of electrical goods recycled last year

Mon, 06/17/2024 - 00:48
A record volume of electrical goods were recycled in Ireland last year with 18.1 million devices processed, well above European levels.

Online outlets 'main source' of news in Ireland - report

Mon, 06/17/2024 - 00:26
A new report suggests that for the first time, online outlets are now the main source of news for people living in Ireland - surpassing television, radio, social media and newspapers.

Aer Lingus pilots to announce results of strike ballot

Mon, 06/17/2024 - 00:01
The Irish Airline Pilots' Association will announce the results of a new ballot of pilots at Aer Lingus which could result in strike action at the airline as part of an ongoing pay dispute.

50% would refuse job offer with no remote work option

Mon, 06/17/2024 - 00:01
Nearly half of Irish jobseekers would refuse a job offer if there were no hybrid or fully remote working options offered, according to new research from The Stepstone Group, the parent company of jobs website IrishJobs.

Public bodies to be allowed buy remanufactured laptops

Mon, 06/17/2024 - 00:01
Public bodies are to be allowed to purchase remanufactured laptops as part of a new framework launched by the Office of Government Procurement.

Aer Lingus pay dispute: How worried should customers be?

Sun, 06/16/2024 - 07:00
For people flying with Aer Lingus in the coming weeks, there is probably a sense of nervousness amid the threat of a strike by pilots at the airline, writes Work and Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan

Google lodges plans for pub in Dublin

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 17:05
The Irish arm of tech giant, Google has lodged plans for a Dublin 4 pub.

Visually-impaired man wins case against Bus Éireann

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 16:56
A visually-impaired man who was "publicly humiliated" when the driver of a Bus Éireann coach refused to let him board with his guide dog last summer – requiring him take a taxi to a medical appointment and stop at an ATM to take out cash for the fare - has won €4,000 for discrimination.

Ruling quashed in movie worker's workplace dispute

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 16:22
The Labour Court has quashed a ruling ordering the co-producers of the Banshees of Inisherin to pay a movie worker €30,000 in a workplace dispute.

Meta to pause personal data use to train AI models

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 15:47
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, is to pause plans to use personal data to train artificial intelligence (AI) models after concerns were raised by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC).

US to impose sanctions on Israeli group

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 14:31
Washington will impose sanctions on an Israeli group for attacking humanitarian aid convoys bound for starving civilians in Gaza, US officials told Reuters.

Tesco says shoppers buying more food as inflation eases

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 11:18
Tesco has revealed a "strong" increase in the amount of groceries bought by British shoppers in the latest quarter as inflationary pressures eased.

Airport passenger numbers up 8% in first quarter - CSO

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 11:14
There was an 8% increase in the number of passengers passing through the five main Irish airports in the first three months of the year compared to the same period in 2023.

Pay increases for workers in security sector

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 10:18
Minimum rates of pay for workers in the security industry are to be increased.

6 questions you should be ready for at your next job interview

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 10:16
Not only do interviews require you to think on your feet, but also to create a positive impression as a potential co-worker

Germany tries to lessen EU tariffs on Chinese EVs; report

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 09:37
Germany wants to prevent the European Union's new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles from coming into force or at least soften them, Bloomberg News reported.

Risk premium on French debt hits four-year high

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 08:15
The risk premium investors demand to hold French government bonds hit a more than four-year high today, as the fallout from President Emmanuel Macron's gamble in calling snap elections continued.

Bank of Japan to scale down huge bond-buying programme

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 07:41
The Bank of Japan has kept interest rates unchanged but said it would trim bond buying in the future to allow long-term interest rates to move more.

Bank of England set to bury Sunak's pre-election rate cut

Fri, 06/14/2024 - 07:32
Any lingering hopes Prime Minister Rishi Sunak might still have for a pre-election interest rate cut will probably be dashed next week, when the Bank of England looks set to signal that lower borrowing costs await Britain's next government instead.

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