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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# coffee shops

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# decriminalisation
Green Party wants to bring Amsterdam-style cannabis coffee shops to Ireland
The party is proposing that criminal offences be removed for people possessing less than five grams of cannabis.
# coffee shops
Starbucks has faced almost no penalty for opening stores without planning approval
Two councils are taking legal action against the coffee giant, but things are moving slowly.
# empty grinds
17 things only people who've worked in a coffee shop in Ireland will understand
You’ll never forget the smell of coffee.
# rebel coffee
10 places to get a good cup of coffee in Cork
Before :| After :D
# Seeking Refuge
This new website tells you where in Ireland you can 'avoid humans'
Because not everyone is a people person.
# snuggle up
12 of the cosiest cafés in Ireland to chill out with a good book
Come for the coffee, stay for the cosy.
# got coffee?
Dublin coffee shops are banding together to do an alternative to 12 Pubs
The city’s independent coffee shops are offering special deals each day until Christmas.
# i'll be there for you
This was the queue to get into the pop-up Central Perk in New York today
The café was opened to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Friends. Twentieth anniversary!
# cappuccino
Why gun owners claim they need to bring firearms to Starbucks
After the coffee chain’s CEO asked customers to leave guns at home, this was their response…
# café culture
Amsterdam's cannabis cafes to remain open, says mayor
The government is planning to restrict cannabis sales by requiring residents to show identification when entering the shops.
# coffee shops
Dutch will limit strength of cannabis sold in coffee shops
The most powerful ‘skunk’ varieties will be banned, and classed alongside heroin and cocaine.
Many businesses not passing on VAT reduction - report
Out of 151 businesses checked by Senator Catherine Noone, only 16 had reduced their prices.