Post Reporter

Post Reporter

FG can't fool all the voters all the time

FG can't fool all the voters all the time

Irish politics has always been inhabited by exotic creatures. By eschewing the clean and reassuring simplicity of the left/right divide found elsewhere, our parties have always been free to roam over the spectrum.

Political radio ad ban to stay

Political radio ad ban to stay

The Independent Broadcasters of Ireland (IBI) group has failed in its first attempt to force a rethink of the ban on political advertising on radio.

Midnight opening for stores

Midnight opening for stores

Electronics stores are opening at midnight on Wednesday to cope with the expected huge demand for Sony's Playstation Portable (PSP), writes Emmet Ryan.

Credit unions may face fines

Credit unions may face fines

The financial regulator has not ruled out proposals to fine credit unions up to €5 million, despite claims that such substantial fines could damage the future of the credit union movement.

Out soon

Out soon

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Parking permit tenders

Parking permit tenders

Dublin City Council is seeking tenders for the supply of a computerised residential parking permit system.

New Jeeps on show in Frankfurt

New Jeeps on show in Frankfurt

Next month's Frankfurt Motor Show will see the presentation of two new prototype models from Jeep.

Business of soccer

Business of soccer

Eircom league soccer clubs can learn about marketing and media skills at a seminar on Wednesday.

Furniture that's fit for a dame

Furniture that's fit for a dame

Many years ago at the height of Shirley Bassey's chart-topping fame, I found myself trailing behind her round the aisles of the Safeway supermarket in London's King's Road.

Rise in press advertising

Rise in press advertising

National press advertising rose by 13 per cent in the first six months of this year, according to figures from the National Newspapers of Ireland.

Shannon pub has €2m price tag

Shannon pub has €2m price tag

Sherry FitzGerald McMahon is guiding €2 million for the Crossroads Tavern in Drumgeely, Shannon, Co Clare, which will be auctioned on September 22.

Restructuring staff health-insurance packages

Restructuring staff health-insurance packages

I run a consultancy, which employs 12 people. The company pays for most of the staff's health insurance. QUESTION:

Survey homes in on new media

Survey homes in on new media

With the numbers out, the next few weeks will see media outlets digesting the information provided by this year's revamped JNLR survey, which reflects a significant change in media habits.

Stones set to roll into Croke Park

Stones set to roll into Croke Park

The Rolling Stones are in advanced talks with concert promoters MCD to play a concert at Croke Park in Dublin next summer, write Ian Kehoe and Simon Carswell.