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Freshways

Freshways Bought From Kerry Foods

New Freshways owners plan significant investment which will create 50 new jobs

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Applegreen Enters the Dealer Market

Applegreen has launched its Dealer offering in Ireland. The Dealer offering will see the Applegreen existing estate of 80 sites expand throughout the country offering new Dealers a wide range of advantages over the competition. Proposing a ‘no hassle’ solution for Forecourt owners. The company says there are a wide range of benefits for dealers moving to an Applegreen canopy and ...

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England To Introduce Plain Cigarette Packs

England to move forward on plans for the plain packaging of cigarettes

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Illegal Fuel Lorry

Illegal fuel delivery leads to retailer arrest

A 24-year-old man from Antrim was arrested in the middle of March after HMRC accompanied by the PSNI raided a filling station in the Antrim area. Officers discovered a van with concealed tanks delivering more than 2,000 litres of suspected illegal fuel. Forecourt pumps, an underground storage tank, business records and a small quantity of cash were also seized during ...

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Topaz award

‘Best Workplace’ Award for Topaz

Topaz has been recognised as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland for the ninth time. This year Topaz claimed 13th place, in the list of the Best Large Workplaces in Ireland. The fully Irish owned and managed company was the only retailer to make the top 20 and is once again the only fuels and convenience retailer on the ...

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NIIRTA manifesto

NI Ministers Back NIIRTA Manifesto

The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) today launched a manifesto for the forthcoming Local Government Elections. The report, entitled Local First, sets out 80 policy recommendations, covering economic development, urban regeneration, innovation and modernised town centres for the new 11 councils. The Town Centre Summit was held at The MAC, Belfast, and was attended by ministers, local retailers and businesses. Guest speakers ...

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Maxol, fuel

Maxol Wants Illegal Fuel Sellers Identified

Maxol Group COO Brian Donaldson has called for greater transparency around the identity of filling stations in Northern Ireland caught selling illicit fuel and for firmer action to be taken against offenders. He said:”Maxol has always been committed to providing our customers with quality assured fuels and as such we are deeply alarmed to find out that almost 467 filling ...

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