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Last month
June 2024
Tesco Ireland pleads guilty to failing to correctly display Clubcard prices
Retailers stopped from selling dangerous amber jewellery as teething aid for babies
This year
Dublin Airport seeking to operate the same private car park it tried to buy after bid blocked
Product recall on almost 15,000 soft toys from claw machines in Cork and Kerry
Dublin Airport operator will not appeal decision to block purchase of new car park
Competition watchdog blocks Dublin Airport operator from purchasing private car park
Arrested, disgraced, injured: Cryptocurrency scams promote hoax stories about Irish celebrities
Have you seen spam ads appear on your social feeds?
One scam recently came about after a hacking of an Indian politician's Meta account.
The Journal understands the account was compromised by hackers who launched more than 50 ad campaigns.
Celebrity scam ads appear on Facebook and after less than a minute of scrolling through main feeds.
Competition watchdog pays surprise visit to Ryanair's Dublin office as part of Italian probe
Last year
Urgent warning issued to hurling and camogie players over counterfeit helmets
Urgent warning issued to hurling and camogie players over counterfeit helmets
Almost a third of consumers are planning to borrow to fund Christmas this year
Irish consumers paying more than UK shoppers for some products this Christmas
From today, influencers have to label paid promotional posts as ads
Watchdog concerned at increase in Irish people planning to retire without a pension
Consumer watchdog issues choking warning over absorbent water beads often used as sensory toys
Student accommodation dash: Scarce rooms, few protections and potential scams
Consumer protection watchdog opens in-depth investigation into Dublin Airport car park acquisition
Analysis: What are the pros and cons of allowing DAA's proposed car park monopoly?
Consumer protection watchdog investigating whether GAA Go breaches competition law
No evidence that Irish supermarkets are engaging in price gouging, report finds
DAA deal to buy closed car park near Dublin Airport subject to competition authority approval
Holidaymakers advised to be cautious with travel adapters following recalls
Labour call for investigation into 'price gouging' by supermarket chains
Artificial intelligence to be used to ensure influencers comply with advertising code
All time
Sale of self-feeding pillows banned after CCPC rules they pose 'risk of death or serious harm'
Almost half of adverts posted by social media influencers not labelled as such, research finds
40,000 unsafe chargers recalled due to 'serious risk' of shock
One in four people intend to use some form of borrowing to fund Christmas spending
Sixty per cent of Ulster Bank and KBC customers report 'challenges' when switching providers
GAA and CCPC team up to warn players about the risks of unsafe GAA helmets
Almost 1 in 4 people close to retirement age have no pension plan
Mortgage holders could save thousands by switching when fixed rate ends - consumer watchdog
Competition watchdog green lights Permanent TSB's €7.6 billion deal with Ulster Bank
Passengers who missed flights due to Dublin Airport chaos have 'no automatic right to redress'
Watchdog clears Bank of Ireland €9 billion KBC deal despite 'significant' concerns
Competition authority launches full probe into Permanent TSB's €7.6 billion Ulster Bank deal
AIB cleared to acquire €4.2 billion Ulster Bank loan porfolio
No 'clear' legal breach by Van Gogh events but consumers asked to report any 'misleading' practice
Is your bank exiting the market? Take action soon, experts say. Here's what you need to know
Ulster Bank gives current and deposit account customers six months' notice to switch providers