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From TheJournal.ie John Lewis homeware is coming to Ireland for the first time Arnotts

John Lewis homeware is coming to Ireland for the first time

The relatively small section will appear on two floors of Arnotts’ Henry Street store.

From TheJournal.ie Company that sold Clerys made €7.7 million in flood damage claim Clerys

Company that sold Clerys made €7.7 million in flood damage claim

Financial accounts show the insurance payout was significantly higher than the damage had been valued at.

From TheJournal.ie Clerys workers to stage daily protests outside landmark store Shock Closure

Clerys workers to stage daily protests outside landmark store

The landmark Dublin store’s shock closure on Friday put almost 500 people out of work.

From TheJournal.ie Watch: Locks changed in Clerys as shocked workers told all the jobs are gone Landmark

Watch: Locks changed in Clerys as shocked workers told all the jobs are gone

Liquidators were appointed to the company.

Arnotts has pulled this controversial 'my first pole dance' t-shirt from shelves

The t-shirt was on sale up until yesterday, but has now been removed.

8 soul-crushing realisations about department stores

Will someone please just lock us in overnight?

From The42 Jerry Collins gets Japanese jail visit after knife 'self-defence' claim In Custody

Jerry Collins gets Japanese jail visit after knife 'self-defence' claim

The former All Black flanker was arrested for carrying the blade in a department store.

From TheJournal.ie Guineys workers still in limbo over pensions Closed Down

Guineys workers still in limbo over pensions

Many of the workers who lost their job when Guiney & Co closed down in September had more than 25 years service – but now their pension remains up in the air.