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You have several problems with this site. The correct technical answer is that your title tag on these particular pages is too short. In the case where the title tag is too short, Google may select another content segment for the title or chose to brand the SERP link. In this case, Google is branding your SERP link with what it thinks is your brand. ...
Because you have this as the title of the homepage - Buy Shoes Online | Rieker | Gabor | Ruby Shoo | Dubarry | Shoe Republik™ Ireland and "Ruby Shoo" text is repeated 25 times on your homepage while Shoe Republik is repeated only 5 times. Google algorithm is picking up the most important part of the home page title thinking it's your brand name.
If you want to target both local and international audience. .Com is best option. For SEO preference use Location with Keywords. Example: xyz london, abc paris and etc. No your .com and .local domain collision to each other in SERP. Please be careful.
.com for international audience and .localised for your country
Spin off my content into a separate domain, which in turn is linked to each of my locations' domains. Not sure what the repercussions of this would be. If it is translated into the local language, then it is all fine and even great. Use hreflang to connect such translated content with the original. If it is exactly the same content, then don't do ...
http://www.internationalseomap.com/hreflang-tags-generator/ is useful. For example, it told me to put this HTML in the <head> section for French in France. <link rel="alternate" href="http://example.com/fr" hreflang="fr-fr" /> If you don't specify countries you can put this in your specific <head> section: <link rel="alternate" ...
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