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# Iceland Dispute

This year
Final Iceland stores in Ireland close, as company enters liquidation
The Ireland franchise of the company went into examinership in June.
Siptu members in Clonmel and Waterford reach agreement in Iceland dispute
A settlement, reached with the supermarket’s examiner, agrees to “fast-track” redundancy packages and secure all monies owed.
Unions demand answers after Homesavers staff allegedly remove stock from Iceland shops
A report by
Eoghan Dalton and Steven Fox
The discount retailer’s Ireland franchise has been mired in uncertainty since they changed ownership last February.
Homesavers shares a director with the franchise holder for Iceland’s Irish stores.
The move has been criticised by the Independent Workers Union and Siptu.
A court-appointed examiner has been given a final extension of 30 days to save some Iceland shops.
Frozen food ban on Iceland stores lifted as extension granted on efforts to save the company
'Some amount of skulduggery going on': The Iceland Saga