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From TheJournal.ie Shopping centres can reopen today but limits on children and defined routes may become 'new normal' Early Doors

Shopping centres can reopen today but limits on children and defined routes may become 'new normal'

While high street stores opened their doors last week, shopping centres had to remain shut for another week.

From TheJournal.ie All shops in Northern Ireland are allowed to re-open today Reopening

All shops in Northern Ireland are allowed to re-open today

From Monday, a much broader range of retailers in England will also open their doors.

From TheJournal.ie Prices of clothing, footwear and communications fall for two consecutive months Inflation

Prices of clothing, footwear and communications fall for two consecutive months

Consumer prices were 0.5% lower in May than in the same month last year.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin city 'easing open' on Monday, but shoppers can expect queues EASING THE LOCKDOWN

Dublin city 'easing open' on Monday, but shoppers can expect queues

Shoppers can expect queues to enter stores, changing rooms to be closed and in some cases, staff wearing PPE.

From TheJournal.ie High street stores to get green light to reopen from next Monday Shopping

High street stores to get green light to reopen from next Monday

Shopping centres will not be permitted to reopen in Phase 2.

From TheJournal.ie B&Q asks under 16s to stay away as queues mark reopening of hardware stores Retail

B&Q asks under 16s to stay away as queues mark reopening of hardware stores

Woodie’s has rolled back on its decision to restrict under 16s from its stores.

From TheJournal.ie 'Not necessary' to disinfect outside of food packaging after buying, shoppers advised Coronavirus

'Not necessary' to disinfect outside of food packaging after buying, shoppers advised

Dr Linda Gordon, a specialist in microbiology, said there is “no evidence” the virus is transmitted by food or food packaging.

From TheJournal.ie Contactless payment limit will increase to €50 next week, as cash transactions drop by 20% Shopping

Contactless payment limit will increase to €50 next week, as cash transactions drop by 20%

Banks have also warned the public not to be tricked into giving out their pin number online.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Will you make more of an effort to shop locally in the coming weeks? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you make more of an effort to shop locally in the coming weeks?

Many shops and businesses around the country have already shut their doors as a result of Covid-19.

From TheJournal.ie Older people enjoy dedicated shopping sessions at supermarkets Opening Hours

Older people enjoy dedicated shopping sessions at supermarkets

Iceland, Tesco and Lidl introduced the initiative amid incidents of stockpiling as the nation grapples with the coronavirus outbreak

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Will you make a visit to the St Stephen's Day sales? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you make a visit to the St Stephen's Day sales?

Crowds of people will be out shopping tomorrow, will you be among them?

From TheJournal.ie The average Irish household has spent €2,800 in shops this month Shopping

The average Irish household has spent €2,800 in shops this month

Consumer spending is set to reach almost €5 billion this month.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping? Shopping This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping?

We’re 18 days away from the big event.

From TheJournal.ie Trying to shop for presents more sustainably this Christmas? Here's what experts suggest Green Christmas

Trying to shop for presents more sustainably this Christmas? Here's what experts suggest

From wrapping paper to wax wraps, a guide to making Christmas shopping a little greener.

From TheJournal.ie Black Friday shoppers warned to be aware of their rights as watchdog expects surge in requests for help Shopping

Black Friday shoppers warned to be aware of their rights as watchdog expects surge in requests for help

It is expected that around €250m will be spent by Irish shoppers today.

From TheJournal.ie Gardaí issue warning ahead of Black Friday as €4 billion worth of online sales expected in next month Fraud Prevention

Gardaí issue warning ahead of Black Friday as €4 billion worth of online sales expected in next month

Gardaí said the potential for fraud increases around the Christmas period.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Should there be a ban on selling sweets beside shop checkouts? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should there be a ban on selling sweets beside shop checkouts?

The Irish Heart Foundation has launched a plan to cut childhood obesity rates by half in the next decade.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Will a levy increase make you give up plastic bags at the supermarket? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will a levy increase make you give up plastic bags at the supermarket?

Minister Richard Bruton will bring a memo to Cabinet tomorrow outlining a number of options to increase environmental levies.

From TheJournal.ie Aldi plans to replace 12.5 million single-use plastic bags each year with compostable options Shopping

Aldi plans to replace 12.5 million single-use plastic bags each year with compostable options

From January, all loose fruit and vegetable single-use plastic bags will be compostable.

From TheJournal.ie Dunnes Stores retains top spot in Ireland's supermarket wars Kantar Worldpanel

Dunnes Stores retains top spot in Ireland's supermarket wars

That’s according to the latest Kantar Worldpanel supermarket shares.

From TheJournal.ie Irish people travelling to UK after no-deal Brexit will be able to buy duty free tobacco and alcohol Brexit

Irish people travelling to UK after no-deal Brexit will be able to buy duty free tobacco and alcohol

The EU abolished duty-free shopping between member nations in 1999.

From The42 'They bring X-factor': Solskjaer delighted with summer business Transfer Market

'They bring X-factor': Solskjaer delighted with summer business

Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are the two new faces around Old Trafford.

From TheJournal.ie Penneys' online trial could bring 'incremental' growth, but its future still lies in bricks and mortar Thanks Penneys

Penneys' online trial could bring 'incremental' growth, but its future still lies in bricks and mortar

The retailer has just opened its biggest store in the world in Birmingham.

From TheJournal.ie Government moves to protect duty-free status quo between Ireland and UK in no-deal Brexit Airport Shopping

Government moves to protect duty-free status quo between Ireland and UK in no-deal Brexit

At the turn of the millennium, the EU abolished duty-free and tax-free sales on all air and sea routes within the trade bloc.

From TheJournal.ie 'Veganuary' influenced what we put in our shopping baskets last month Kantar Worldpanel

'Veganuary' influenced what we put in our shopping baskets last month

Sales of plant-based milks were 40% higher than in January 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Irish shoppers spent record €995 million on groceries in December Kantar Worldpanel

Irish shoppers spent record €995 million on groceries in December

For a second Christmas in a row and the fourth consecutive period overall, Dunnes was Ireland’s leading retailer.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: The press needs to stop sensationalising the weather Opinion

Opinion: The press needs to stop sensationalising the weather

No matter what is reported by Met Éireann or any other weather forecaster around the globe, the media will report the worst-case scenario which scares citizens, writes David Fitzsimons.

Why asking for the gift receipt shouldn't be considered rude

And why I do it all the time.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Will you make a visit to the St Stephen's Day sales? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you make a visit to the St Stephen's Day sales?

The crowds have been out since early morning, are you going to be among them?

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: Supermarkets selling below cost veg is hurting farmers and it is bad for us all Column

From the Garden: Supermarkets selling below cost veg is hurting farmers and it is bad for us all

Farmers protested outside M&S in Liffey Valley last week to draw attention to what the IFA called ‘predatory’ pricing models, writes Michael Kelly.

Christmas sales have started! And here are the discounts on offer

Nab yourself a bargain!

From TheJournal.ie New rules could ensure gift vouchers are valid for five years under Irish law Consumer Protection

New rules could ensure gift vouchers are valid for five years under Irish law

There is currently no minimum expiry date on gift vouchers under law.

11 of the tackiest bags you'll probably want to buy

Embrace the tack!

These ‘mam shops’ are jam-packed with absolute gems

We’ve had a change of heart.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping? Making A List This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping?

It’s “do you want that gift-wrapped” time.

From TheJournal.ie Local Irish retailers hit back at Black Friday 'headaches' by encouraging a new shopping trend instead Green Friday

Local Irish retailers hit back at Black Friday 'headaches' by encouraging a new shopping trend instead

The hashtag #GreenFriday is hoping to encourage consumers to be more conscious of how they shop.

From TheJournal.ie Cross-border shopping hits five-year high as ROI consumers spend €64.5m in North Kantar

Cross-border shopping hits five-year high as ROI consumers spend €64.5m in North

The strength of the Euro against Sterling over the past two years has also made cross-border shopping more appealing.

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