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2022
# deals
29 Irish women's players take up contract offers worth €15k to €30k
The IRFU has also confirmed the launch of a new women’s Celtic Cup competition.
# retention
Hodnett extends Munster deal as Goggin and French sign new contracts
The Rosscarbery man has signed on until the summer of 2024.
All time
# Irish Abroad
Ex-Connacht men Adeolokun and McCabe secure new contracts with Bristol
The Irish pair have signed new one-year deals ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.
# international women's day
Cheers to IWD! 10 Dublin bars offering great drinks deals to mark the occasion
Let’s raise a glass, ladies!
# High Stakes
Trump to deliver 'high-risk' speech to Muslim world today promoting 'peaceful vision'
The speech will come less than a day after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on Iran to ‘dismantle its network of terrorism’.
# live a better life
Ask an expert: Your questions about contracts, bills, and roaming charges
What is a fair-usage policy? And can you just break a contract if you’re not happy?
# €1.49
18 tweets that perfectly sum up Ireland's obsession with Dealz
The shop of dreams.
# heating up
There's a new phone company in town and here's what they're offering you
Virgin Media is launching a new mobile phone range with a particular focus on established brands.
# sponsored by donedeal
DoneDeal of the week - two like-new Hyundai models with high spec, low mileage and heaps of added extras
Not to mention masses of appeal – the Hyundai Tucson and i40 are so hot right now.
# sponsored by CCPC
QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Your Online Consumer Rights?
There are many things to be aware of before you buy.
# gimme dem dealz
Here are all the best deals available to Irish people on Black Friday
The US tradition has firmly hit Ireland and well, we’re not complaining.
# gimme dem dealz
Here are all the best deals available to Irish people on Black Friday
The US tradition has firmly hit Ireland and well, we’re not complaining.
# sponsored by kbc
7 tips to get the best deals this Black Friday
Are you prepared?
# shop 'til you drop
Cameras, TVs and laptops: some of the best deals available in Ireland this Black Friday
Some retailers are offering big discounts all week.
# Buyers' Guide
What should you consider before signing up to a mobile plan?
They are inevitable when you’re buying a smartphone, but you have more scope than ever when getting a good deal.
# go compare
How does Virgin Mobile stack up against the other rival networks?
Another mobile provider has been added to the mix, but is there enough there to convince people to switch?
# Transfers
Here's who the Top 14 clubs have signed for the 2015/16 season
The French sides absolutely love a bit of recruitment.
# Transfer Market
Leinster signings 'in the pipeline' after Munster and Ulster set tone
‘Our squad for next year is very close to being finished,’ says assistant coach Richie Murphy.
# USA
Here's how the world's most advanced missile-defence system works
And all from a truck.
# Price increase
If you're a UPC customer, your monthly bill could increase in February
The price increase relates to its TV services and will come into effect next month
# 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.
# €€€
Dublin City Council trying to cut off phone numbers on 'cash for cars' ads
The council is liaising with gardaí on the issue of the illegal ads.
# big data
IBM strikes partnership with Twitter to help it better understand customers
The new partnership will use Twitter’s data to help businesses identify trends and better understand its customers.
# Competition Law
EU continues to quiz rivals over Facebook's WhatsApp deal
A second wave of questionnaires have been sent out to Facebook and WhatsApp’s rivals as the EU tries to identify the difference between a social network and a messaging app.
# E-Commerce
Stripe nears deal to bring online payments to Twitter
The online payments company, founded by Limerick brothers John and Patrick Collison, is reportedly close to a deal with Twitter that will allow users to purchase goods on the site.
# safe transactions
Everything you should know before shopping online
Before you purchase anything, you should take a number of precautions first to ensure everything goes smoothly.
# Europe
EU probe into Ireland tax deals with multinationals
The probe, by the European Commission, also looks at Luxembourg and the Netherlands – but the Department of Finance said that “no formal EU state aid enquiry has been launched”.
# DIYvorce
Irish deals website offers 'DIY Divorce' for half price
Five already bought. Sad face.
# LivingSocial
Deals website hit by major security breach
LivingSocial said names, email addresses, dates of birth and encrypted passwords were all accessed in the security breach.
Voices
Column: Croke Park talks show there is no ease up on austerity
Trumpeting their success with the promissory note last week, up against the unions this week. We are not out of the woods yet, not by a long shot, writes Kieran Allen.
# Shopping
Over 75 per cent of people do their Christmas shopping at work
A new survey also showed that only 9 per cent of people will buy Irish this festive season.
# Groupon
Groupon shares plunge to lowest level yet
The online deals giant went public a year ago. It reported a loss yesterday of $3 million.
# Debt deal
Germany, Finland and the Netherlands deliver blow to Ireland's hopes for bank debt deal
The country’s three finance ministers issued a statement last night stating that the EU rescue fund would only deal with future problems.
# deals
Significant increase in mergers and acquisitions in Q2
The value of deals in Q2 of this year totalled €378 million.
# Tasty
The Departures Lounge: Liverpool and Spurs stock up on strikers
Emmanuel Adebayor’s services have been secured by Tottenham while Brendan Rodgers has made his first signing of the year.
# I'm A Mac
Online travel agent targets Mac users with more expensive deals
Orbitz says that Apple Mac owners are more likely to book a four or five star hotel.
# deals
3 in 5 consumers have signed up to an online discount site
Consumers’ attitude to online deals appears overwhelmingly positive, with almost 9 in 10 of customers saying they would return to purchase from a site they had previously used.