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Insolvency experts are expecting to be deluged as a result of the pandemic.

Business – Thursday 2 July, 2020.

Over one million people on Live Register or getting unemployment payment.

The number of people in receipt of Covid-related payments is decreasing as more businesses start to reopen.

Planning permission is being sought for Wicklow’s third major film studio.

The scheme could deliver 1,500 jobs in the sector.

Business – Wednesday 1 July, 2020.

It’s not all holidays, so who’s getting on the flights out of Dublin Airport?

Dublin Airport is far from what’s normal for the first day of July.

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Consumer Association of Ireland calls for ‘small compensation fund’ for holidaymakers who choose not to fly.

People who booked flights in July could be left out of pocket if they cancel.

‘People won’t lose their heads because they’re going on holidays’: Ryanair defends ramping up summer flights.

Ryanair will now operate more than 1,000 flights per day.

Businesses warned they must act independently when setting or increasing prices.

The CCPC has also reminded businesses they have additional responsibilities under consumer protection law when setting new or additional fees.

Business – Monday 29 June, 2020.

Unfriended: Is #StopHateForProfit a tipping point for Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg?

Some of the internet’s biggest advertisers have started to pull their ads from the site.

Business – Sunday 28 June, 2020.

‘The idea is to just to try and keep the head above water’: The Dublin tourist businesses still in suspended animation.

Tour operators are facing down the barrel of a lost summer.

‘One taste and they’re hooked’: How a Wicklow foodie is changing the world of ready-made sauces.

You’ll find Rohan’s Sauces on SuperValu shelves around Ireland.

Business – Wednesday 24 June, 2020.

BMW Ireland issues voluntary recall of certain 3 Series cars.

The affected vehicles were manufactured between 1997 and 2000.

Guinness launches €14m fund to help Irish pubs recover from Covid-19 lockdown.

The company will provide the funding over a two-year period.

Business – Sunday 21 June, 2020.

Yoga instructors: ‘We are basically starting from scratch as an industry’

Yoga studio owners say social distancing will stretch the sector to its limits.

CityJet and Stobart Air asked government for six-month bailout to ensure their survival after Covid-19.

The airlines accounted for over 13% of air traffic at Ireland’s airports before the pandemic.

Business – Thursday 18 June, 2020.

Betting companies seek clarity from the government about reopening dates.

Many bookies believed they were permitted to reopen last week.

Ready for a change of pace? Check out these seaside apartments with easy city access.

Rental opportunities are now open at Marina Village in Greystones.

‘There’s a lack of understanding of the business’: Pubs frustrated by late timing of re-opening guidelines.

New guidance on the re-opening of pubs was published by Fáilte Ireland last night.

Business – Tuesday 16 June, 2020.

Money being spent on credit and debit cards is almost back to pre-Covid levels.

There was a sharp drop in ATM withdrawals in April.

Business – Friday 12 June, 2020.

Covid-19 has made low-paid jobs ‘worse for workers but more valuable to society’

A new paper calls on policymakers to ‘transform’ precarious and low-paid jobs.

Business – Thursday 11 June, 2020.

Prices of clothing, footwear and communications fall for two consecutive months.

Consumer prices were 0.5% lower in May than in the same month last year.

Business – Saturday 6 June, 2020.

Opinion: Entrepreneurs with a disability need support to compete – and it’s just not there.

Award-winning photographer, Eddie Hennessy, says his business gave him self worth but lack of support will shutter it.

Explainer: How ‘examinership’ works in Ireland (including how Saddam Hussein comes into it)

Experts believe the process could provide a lifeline for troubled businesses in the post-pandemic period.

Business – Friday 5 June, 2020.

Most shops to reopen from Monday — shopping centres to reopen from 15 June.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed that some business restrictions will be lifted from Monday.

Honey mustard hot dogs and pan-seared steak: Impressive recipes to take your BBQ up a notch.

On dinner duty this Father’s Day? We’ve got you covered.

Airbnb plans to cut 35% of its Dublin workforce with around 190 jobs to go.

Employees are being consulted as part of the redundancy process.

Business – Thursday 4 June, 2020.

Ibec warns of the ‘sharpest compression of economic activity in living memory’

The business lobbying group forecasts Irish unemployment to level off at 16% and GDP to contract by 11% for the year.

Business – Tuesday 2 June, 2020.

Debunked: No, some Penneys stores are not reopening on a trial basis this week.

It appears as though misinformation about Penneys reopening is being deliberately shared in a bid to dupe people.

Business – Thursday 28 May, 2020.

ESRI warns against austerity measures in short-term as economy heals from the pandemic.

The think-tank has sketched the likely impact of the virus across a range of Irish economic indicators.

Business – Wednesday 27 May, 2020.

Aer Lingus cabin crew in Shannon to be temporarily laid off.

Staff at Dublin and Cork airports face further pay and roster cuts.

8 impressive Dublin properties up for auction in June – including a home on the canal for €230k.

Here’s what’s on offer with BidX1 later this month.

Business – Tuesday 26 May, 2020.

SIPTU calls on cleaning companies to honour ‘agreed’ 40 cent per hour pay increase.

A new Employment Regulation Order for contract cleaners was delayed by the Covid-19 outbreak.

Business – Sunday 24 May, 2020.

Explainer: Everything you’ve always wanted to know about bonds but were afraid to ask.

The National Treasury Management Agency auctioned €1.5 billion of Irish government bonds last week.

Business – Saturday 23 May, 2020.

Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t spoiled the plot for independent bookshops.

Some shops are well equipped to weather the crisis while others have had to get creative.

Business – Thursday 21 May, 2020.

Two more Dublin pubs take FBD Insurance to the High Court.

Insurance companies have been criticised by publicans’ groups for refusing to honour business interruption policies.

Business – Wednesday 20 May, 2020.

Johnson and Johnson to stop selling talc baby powder in US and Canada — but not in Ireland.

Talc powder sales have fallen dramatically due to misinformation, the company said.

Business – Tuesday 19 May, 2020.

Explainer: Why is Germany suddenly backing the EU recovery fund?

Experts say the scale of the crisis and a German constitutional court ruling might have something to do with it.

Business – Monday 18 May, 2020.

Ryanair expects passenger numbers to fall by nearly 50% this year.

The low-cost airline is preparing to lose €200 million in the first quarter as a result of Covid-19.

Business – Sunday 17 May, 2020.

Inventor James Dyson tops 2020 Sunday Times Rich List – but it’s not all good news for the super-rich.

The list has shown the respected annual ranking of the UK’s 1,000 wealthiest people since 1989.

Business – Friday 15 May, 2020.

Row over ‘level playing field’ is the major stumbling block to EU-UK trade talks.

Fisheries is the other major stumbling block to agreeing an EU-UK trade deal.

Dublin job losses as Ryanair cuts 250 employees across European offices.

The job losses will be at the company’s bases in Dublin, Stansted, Madrid and Wroclaw.

‘The costs of borrowing are real’: Finance Minister says €30 billion deficit will have to be balanced.

Paschal Donohoe said the country will need to find a way to run a budgetary surplus once more.

Business – Thursday 14 May, 2020.

Ikea set to reopen two Dublin outlets next week if government eases Covid-19 restrictions.

The Swedish furniture giant said it would introduce several measures to ensure the well-being of customers.

Business – Wednesday 13 May, 2020.

Facebook says it’s flagged 50 million misleading coronavirus posts since March.

The number of Instagram posts related to suicide or self-harm Facebook took action against increased by 40%, it said.

Twitter says employees can work from home ‘forever’ if they wish.

Twitter’s EMEA headquarters are in Dublin where the company employees about 200 people.

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Fatigue, shortness of breath, anxiety: What we now know about the longer-term effects of Covid-19.

Coronavirus: No deaths reported today as 18 new cases confirmed in Ireland.

Coronavirus: One further death and 11 new cases confirmed in Ireland.

Your say.

Poll: Have fears of contracting Covid-19 stopped you visiting shops, pubs and cinemas?

THE COUNTRY LOOKS unimaginably different compared to a few weeks ago. Empty streets have been replaced with busy crowds eager to return to shopping, while pubs and restaurants are now largely open again.

Cinemas and museums have re-opened their doors, bringing more than a touch of normality to many lives.

But that doesn’t mean the pandemic has gone away. As concerns about street drinking in Dublin on Saturday night show, fears about a second wave are becoming heightened, while the danger of contracting Covid-19 hasn’t evaporated.

These two realities – a re-opened country and the spread of the virus – are now co-existing somewhat uneasily, and will likely do so in the months to come.

So today we want to know: Have fears of contracting Covid-19 stopped you visiting shops, restaurants, cinemas or pubs now they’ve re-opened?

Poll Results:

Our family law courts are not fit for purpose and we owe it to children to address this now.

Money Diaries: A retired lecturer in Galway documents life and spending in lockdown.

Ireland’s freelancers have been hit hard but we’ve built a platform to help them find work.

Will Brexit be a blessing or a curse for Ireland? Some lessons from history.

Time for fish! Martin Shanahan of Kinsale’s Fishy Fishy has a recipe for you.

Dublin Weather.

Monday Times of clouds and sun Max: 17 °C Min: 10 °C Tuesday Mostly cloudy with rain tapering off Max: 16 °C Min: 11 °C Wednesday Variable clouds with a couple of showers Max: 16 °C Min: 11 °C.

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‘It felt like All Ireland final night’: Images of packed crowds in Dublin city last night prompt criticism.

Two brothers die in diving tragedy in Tipperary.

Coronavirus: No deaths reported today as 18 new cases confirmed in Ireland.

Fatigue, shortness of breath, anxiety: What we now know about the longer-term effects of Covid-19.

Gardaí seize ‘large quantity of alcohol’ at premises allegedly operating as restaurant in Dublin.

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Foster claims ‘creditability of the Executive’ has been undermined following O’Neill funeral controversy.

Dr Tony Holohan to step away from work as Chief Medical Officer for family reasons.

‘His remorse is genuine’: Taoiseach backs Barry Cowen over drink-driving ban.

Going overseas against travel advice will cost claimants Jobseekers or PUP payments.

Mandatory quarantine for those arriving into Ireland ‘not workable’ says Leo Varadkar.

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Conspiracies and legends in the cold – the controversial Hurling Team of the Millennium.

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