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From TheJournal.ie Complaint upheld about Irish blogger's 'misleading' Instagram image First Case

Complaint upheld about Irish blogger's 'misleading' Instagram image

Rosie Connolly used a photoshopped image to promote a Rimmel product.

From TheJournal.ie Health and beauty ads attracted the most complaints to the watchdog body last year Misleading

Health and beauty ads attracted the most complaints to the watchdog body last year

The total number of complaints increased nearly 60% last year.

From TheJournal.ie Argos was offering these six items at half price, although they weren't actually available Not On

Argos was offering these six items at half price, although they weren't actually available

The Advertising Standards Association of Ireland (ASAI) upheld a complaint made about the issue.

From The42 'An outrageous slur' - Charlie Austin takes to Twitter to hit back at West Ham owner Misleading

'An outrageous slur' - Charlie Austin takes to Twitter to hit back at West Ham owner

QPR’s striker isn’t happy with comments made by David Sullivan about his fitness.

From TheJournal.ie Joan Burton says the No posters about surrogacy are 'sad and demeaning' Misleading

Joan Burton says the No posters about surrogacy are 'sad and demeaning'

Ex-Justice Minister Alan Shatter said children are being used as weapons.

From TheJournal.ie 'Desperate people are being sucked into this': Controversial property trust criticised Freemen On The Land

'Desperate people are being sucked into this': Controversial property trust criticised

The Dáil has heard that there have been over 500 applications to the State property registration body for the acknowledgement of ‘freeman on the land’.

From TheJournal.ie London women's centre advert that appeals to 'Irish visitors' is misleading Advertising

London women's centre advert that appeals to 'Irish visitors' is misleading

The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority has pulled an advert for a London clinic as it gives the impression it’s an abortion clinic.

From TheJournal.ie Airtricity’s parent company fined €12.5 million for misleading customers Fine

Airtricity’s parent company fined €12.5 million for misleading customers

The fine was imposed after customers in the UK were given misleading information which made the company appear cheaper than competitors.

From TheJournal.ie EU law to change to guard against 'predatory' directory ad scams Scam

EU law to change to guard against 'predatory' directory ad scams

Small business owner are targeted by companies presenting misleading ad contracts and charging up to €5k a year.

From TheJournal.ie Sample DNA testing of pigmeat begins Farming

Sample DNA testing of pigmeat begins

The testing is to expose misleading labelling of meat, the Irish Farmers’ Association has said.

From TheJournal.ie 'Incorrect and inconsistent': Food businesses criticised over allergen controls Food Safety

'Incorrect and inconsistent': Food businesses criticised over allergen controls

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has said that manufacturers of food in Ireland need to strengthen their allergen labelling and control policies.

From TheJournal.ie Tesco 'greatly regrets' misleading prices on products Tesco

Tesco 'greatly regrets' misleading prices on products

The company was fined €600 in a case brought by the National Consumer Agency – it says the mistake was a ‘human error’.