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  • Avoca

    Avoca managing director exitsSubscription

    News20 May 2020

    The managing director of Irish clothing retailer Avoca is reported to have unexpectedly left the company after just three years. 

  • Ireland, Dublin High Street

    Indies 'anxious' about store reopeningsSubscription

    News4 May 2020

    Irish independents have raised concerns that it is “too soon” to reopen stores in June, while footwear and tailoring businesses across the UK fear they will struggle to operate when coronavirus lockdown measures are lifted.

  • dublin

    Irish shops to reopen in JuneSubscription

    News4 May 2020

    Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has unveiled Ireland’s plan to exit the lockdown over a period of three months, under which small retail outlets will reopen by 8 June.

  • Taunton high street, Somerset

    Indies fear being ‘crippled’ by coronavirus Subscription

    News17 March 2020

    Independent retailers across the UK are calling for public support as many fear their businesses will “die a death” from the Covid-19 coronavirus.  

  • Aoife ireland (3)

    Aoife Ireland: sustainable, Insta-friendly fashionSubscription

    My Fashion Life12 March 2020

    Aoife McNamara is building a womenswear brand for the modern age. Born on Instagram and driven by sustainability, Aoife Ireland is ready for big things.

  • cork

    Regional Irish indies 'fear for the future'Subscription

    News8 April 2019

    Irish independents outside Dublin have told Drapers they fear for the future. Stores are closing “left, right and centre” across cities and towns as retailers struggle with high rents and business rates, and shoppers tighten their purse-strings. 

  • om diva 1

    Irish indies: business ‘booming’ in Dublin Subscription

    News1 April 2019

    Irish independents have told Drapers business is “booming” again in Dublin, as the weather warms up and companies move their European Union bases from the UK to the city ahead of Brexit. 

  • Mike ashley

    TK Maxx challenges trademark for Mike Ashley's Brand MaxSubscription

    News18 June 2018

    TK Maxx has accused Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct of attempting to “deceive the public” by opening new stores under the Brand Max fascia. 

  • Pep and Co

    Pep&Co to expand into IrelandSubscription

    News27 November 2017

    Value clothing brand Pep&Co has agreed a deal with Irish discount retailer Dealz to open concessions in some of its stores.

  • Blanchard Centre

    Dublin shopping centre evacuated following 'armed man' sightingSubscription

    News2 November 2017

    Blancardstown Centre in Dublin was evacuated on Wednesday night (1 November) after police received reports that an armed man was sighted on the premises.

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