Irish Independent:

Families throw away €1,000 worth of food every year, a survey by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has found. The survey was carried as part of the Stop Food Waste movement, supported by some of Ireland’s top chefs, writes Paul Melia.

Politicians are ramping up their Facebook campaigns in advance of next year’s election, writes Sam Smyth.

Security protection for Ministers could be increased as discontent over Budget expected, writes Tom Brady and Elaine Keogh.

Mistletoe Supplement featuring gift guides and Christmas recipes.

The Irish Times:
Feature by Brian O’Connell on the demise of free Wi-Fi in cafes and restaurants.

New figures from Comreg have shown that 3 Mobile overstated its active prepay customer base in Ireland earlier this year. The figure has been reduced from 9.2% to 5.8%, writes Ciaran Hancock.

90 per cent of exporters surveyed by the Irish Exporters Association said that they wanted Ireland to remain in the euro zone and almost two-thirds expect exports to increase in 2010. 80 per cent said they were planning to invest in research and development in the short and medium term, writes Colm Keena.