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Win a Case of Beaujolais Nouveau
Wine enthusiasts around the world will enjoy their first sip of Beaujolais Nouveau 2019 vin de Prime...

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Awards for Foodservice Suppliers
Organised by the industry for the industry, Food & Bev Live returns to the Citywest Dublin on th...

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'Food Service Must Cut Waste' says Mahony
The Food service industry must play its part in reducing food waste,  Noel Mahony, chief execut...

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Hotels dump food worth €180m.
 The EPA released a research report last week – “Reducing Commercial Food Waste in Ireland”alon...

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'Living Beyond Our Means'

Globally, Ireland is living way beyond its means and it has missed its climate targets three years in a row, the Let’s Talk Tourism forum heard.
The country exceeds its annual emissions target by five million tonnes and the household carbon footprint is up eight per cent, AIB Group Sustainability Office Head, Sarah Dempsey, told delegates.
In terms of biocapacity consumed, Ireland’s figure in 1961 was 74%, it had risen to 118% but by 1985 and it stood at 172% in 2018.
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Danes film 'lit locs'

A TV crew from DK4 – a popular channel in Denmark – has been filming in Ireland , as guests of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland. They’re here with a well-known Danish bookdanes1119 critic called Bo Tao Michaëlis.(centre) who is pictured with tour guide Liam Silke (left) and the Danish TV crew, during filming in Eyre Square.
 They’re filming at various literary and cultural hot-spots in Dublin for a programme they’re calling Det litterære Dublin (which means ‘The literary Dublin’) – which will air to around 2 million viewers in Denmark. Galway will also feature. Locations set to appear in the programme include the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI), Christchurch Cathedral, the James Joyce Tower and Museum and the Dublin Writers Museum. The crew also filmed in Galway, where they explored some of the Joyce / Nora Barnacle haunts.


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'Coppers' taken off market

 Dublin nightclub Copper Face Jacks has been taken off the market by its owners, having been put up for sale earlier this year.coppers
'Coppers' went on the market in March, for sale by private treaty. The property encompasses 28-31 and 35 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2.
Industry sources at the time suggested it could fetch up to €40 million.
 In a memo to staff dated November 6th, owners Cathal and Paula Jackson said they had decided to take the property off the market following Mr Jackson’s recovery from health problems late last year.

Tourists face slow Wicklow traffic.

Tourists driving between Dublin from Wicklow and Wexford are facing years of road works and delays as plans emerge for a third lane and junction closures along sections of tsugarloafhe road between Loughlinstown Hospital and Ashford.
 Traffic on the M11/N11 road has risen dramatically since the Glen o’ the Downs road was widened to a dual carriageway, going from 25,600 vehicles a day in 1999, to 53,000 last year.
Traffic volume grows to 78,000 when it is counted north of Bray, on the M11 just inside the Co Dublin border. Some 20,000 of these vehicles are from Co Wexford, about 14,000 of them recorded north of Gorey.
 Wicklow County Council is set to start work on a parallel service road to the southbound lane of the N11 at Kilmacanogue, in a matter of weeks.


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FSAI closes 14 outlets

Fourteen food outlets were ordered to close last month due to issues including dead rats in a dry goods storeroom, rodent paw marks on dusty shelves and gnaw marks on coffee bean bags.
They include a restaurant and a takeaway in Dublin, a takeaway in Roscommon, another in Cork and a restaurant in Meath.
The Authority also issued 17 enforcement orders, which is the highest in a month so far this year. 
Four closure orders were served under the FSAI Act, 1998 on:
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