Monthly Archives: May 2021

Small fire’ occurs at Guinness brewery at St James’s Gate

FIREFIGHTERS HAVE EXTINGUISHED a blaze that occurred at the Guinness brewery at St James’s Gate earlier today. Guinness’ parent company Diageo said that brewing operations have not been affected after a fire broke out inside a barley roaster drum off School Street shortly after 10am. Three units from Dublin Fire Brigade stations in Dolphin’s Barn and Tara Street attended the fire,

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Has China’s trade war extended to table grapes? Search for answers as growers lose millions

The federal Trade Minister says the government is trying to understand why China has delayed importing table grapes at a cost the Australian industry estimates to be worth millions of dollars a week. Dan Tehan says he “won’t jump to any conclusions” about the possibility that the $300 million a year table grape trade to China is the latest casualty in

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