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See, this is why we just can't have nice things. 

Krispy Kreme has been forced to end their 24 hour drive-thru service due to noise complaints from surrounding neighbours. 

From now on, the American confectionery will only be available between 6:30am and 11:30pm.


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Richard Cheshire, CEO of Krispy Kreme UK & Ireland said: 'We anticipated a warm welcome for Krispy Kreme in Ireland and have long wanted to open a store here, but the response has been way ahead of our most optimistic expectations.'

'For the customers coming into our store in Blanchardstown, the smiles and joy have been great to see. For the most part too, our drive thru has been a success.'

'But we know that the late-night noise has been an upset for our neighbours. Some customers have been beeping their horns and disturbing families in nearby apartment complexes.'

'Most importantly, we are saying to our neighbours, we’ve listened and we’re making changes immediately.'

Social media has been collectively baffled over the phenomenon now known as KrispyKremeGate. 


Due to tough trading and the "pressures and unknowns" of the Brexit vote, famed TV chef Jamie Oliver has to close SIX of his restaurants.

Eateries in  Aberdeen, Exeter, Cheltenham, Richmond, Tunbridge Wells and Ludgate Hill will all face closing their doors by March of this year.

Fortunately, Jamie's Italian in Dundrum will remain open.

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Chief executive of the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group, Simon Blagden, said: “As every restaurant owner knows, this is a tough market and post-Brexit the pressures and unknowns have made it even harder.

“These closures are in no way a reflection on the the dedication and commitment of our staff and my first priority is to try and secure those affected alternative jobs. Where this isn’t possible, we’ll be working with them to find alternative employment.”

The closures of his restaurants will mean around 120 employees will be out of work.

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“In the UK we will be focusing on our core Jamie’s Italian estate and on the expansion of the Barbecoa brand which will see two new openings in 2017.

“Internationally we plan to launch another 22 Jamie’s Italian restaurants with our current partners and are also looking forward to focusing on running and developing further our newly acquired Australian restaurants.”

Jamie currently has 42 Jamie's Italian restaurants in the UK, and more than 36 in other countries.



Ebay are about to announce the closure of their operations in Dundalk, Co. Louth.

According to the Independent, even though the Dundalk branch is closing, it will still continue to employ staff in other parts of the country.

However, with job losses expected, their former sister company PayPal will add additional positions to their business, which is also located in Louth.

It is believed that up to 150 jobs will be lost as Ebay are set to announce the news today.



It will be time to say goodbye to BT2 at the end of this year as the Grafton Street store is closing its doors.

The retail unit is going to be home to Victoria's Secret come the beginning of next year.

But it won't be the end of BT2 as it's Dundrum and Blanchardstown store will remain open.

Even though it will be a major loss to Dublin’s Grafton Street, BT2’s closure will not result in job losses, according to managing director of Brown Thomas, Stephen Sealey.



It has been around since 1984, but next Monday, February 29, Screen cinema will close for good.

Paul Ward of IMC cinemas, who owns the movie theatre confirmed the date of closure to The Journal, but refused to answer any questions about staff.

The cinema is owned by the Ward family, who also own the Savoy on O Connell Street which are both run by the IMC chain.

The beloved Dublin cinema was known for showing indie films and art-house movies, and will surely be missed. 


We all know the deal. You're running late but you're stubborn and want to close the clasp on your bracelet or watch.

It never happens though, and you end up either struggling with it for five minutes or throwing it back in your jewellery box. 

But Youtuber, sarahmeaghan4, has found the perfect way to get that sneaky clasp closed in an instant.

And you don't need a third hand to do it, all you need is some tape. Sorted. 

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