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From TheJournal.ie The Briefcase: Rouble the new lira, a banking inquiry and the Metro Herald is kaput Inbox Me

The Briefcase: Rouble the new lira, a banking inquiry and the Metro Herald is kaput

This was the week in business.

Dubliners said goodbye to the Metro Herald today - and things got emotional

We saw hugs, Christmas cards, a cheeky fiver, and plenty of sad faces on the streets this morning.

From TheJournal.ie Staff at the Metro Herald are having a bit of fun on its last day Bad News

Staff at the Metro Herald are having a bit of fun on its last day

Thirteen staff will be made redundant as the paper closes.

From TheJournal.ie People are really going to miss the staff who hand out the Metro Herald Last Goodbye

People are really going to miss the staff who hand out the Metro Herald

The newspaper is to cease publication on Friday.

From TheJournal.ie Say it ain't so? Metro Herald will be published for the last time on Friday End Of The Line

Say it ain't so? Metro Herald will be published for the last time on Friday

The newspaper is to close with the loss of 13 full-time jobs.

This Irish personal ad takes a frightening turn for the creepy

The Metro Herald’s Yeh Big Ride section never fails to offer something good.

Metro Herald have excellently apologised for yesterday's horoscope gaffe

It had been foretold all along. *mystical face*

The horoscopes in today's Metro Herald make for interesting reading

What could they possibly mean?

Kildare woman's inappropriate personal ad puts the 'fun' in funeral

“Blonde in black mini.”

Orange is the New Black has taken over Dublin this morning

Jumpsuits as far as the eye can see.

This Luas personal ad is a classic example of Dublin charm

Incredible scenes in the Metro Herald.

The Metro Herald's royal baby headline is unbeatable

Says it all, really.

From TheJournal.ie Government spent over €10k on report into how well its EU presidency went Eu Presidency

Government spent over €10k on report into how well its EU presidency went

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has also revealed that €51 million was spent on Ireland’s EU Presidency, around €9 million under budget.