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From TheJournal.ie Sale of alcohol should be restricted if we're facing another lockdown, Vintners' Federation says Prohibition

Sale of alcohol should be restricted if we're facing another lockdown, Vintners' Federation says

CEO Padraig Cribben said restrictions on the sale of alcohol from off licences and supermarkets should be considered.

From TheJournal.ie Manager of Credit Union that owed €2 million is prohibited from working in financial services Anne Butterly

Manager of Credit Union that owed €2 million is prohibited from working in financial services

Last November, a liquidator was appointed to Rush Credit Union.

From TheJournal.ie Stanford University has decided to ban spirits at student parties Party Culture

Stanford University has decided to ban spirits at student parties

The policy has been criticised as a tone-deaf response to the Stanford rape case.

From TheJournal.ie Saudi police find 48,000 cans of Heineken disguised as Pepsi Not So Fast
From TheJournal.ie Was your favourite eatery closed over food safety concerns in August? Concerns

Was your favourite eatery closed over food safety concerns in August?

The FSAI has reported seven closure orders and one prohibition order from last month.

From TheJournal.ie Prohibition: When alcohol was banned in America Prohibition

Prohibition: When alcohol was banned in America

It was made illegal to buy, sell or manufacture alcohol in 1920 in the United States. Here’s what happened next.

Is The Great Gatsby any good? Here’s the answer… Roaring Twenties This post contains videos

Is The Great Gatsby any good? Here’s the answer…

Hello old sport, do join us for a rip-roaring review of tassle-dress champagne-athons, polo-playing cads and a love story for the ages.

Caretaker accused of drinking $100,000 worth of rare whiskey

The vintage spirit was about 100 years old.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Prohibiting drugs hasn’t worked – so why are we still trying? Opinion

Column: Prohibiting drugs hasn’t worked – so why are we still trying?

Making drugs illegal has done little but enrich criminals and sow violence. We need a proper debate on legalisation – and soon, writes Danny Kushlick.