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Bumbleance expands operations

Bumbleance, the world’s first interactive children’s ambulance service has expanded its operations with the introduction of a new, smaller, regionally-based...
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RSA working on new rules to set common EU wide standards for vehicle checks

The Road Safety Authority is working with the Department of Transport,Tourism & Sport on transposing two European Directives into Irish...
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RecruitAuto.ie welcomes 3,700 new jobs supported by the Local Enterprise Offices 

RecruitAuto.ie, Ireland’s specialist automotive recruitment website welcomes news that a net total of 3,679 new full and part-time jobs were...
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Soltec now offering waste oil collection service

Waste management specialists, Soltec (Ireland) Ltd has added waste oil collections to its ever growing list of services for garages...
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Kevin Troy appointed Branch Director at Renault Begard

Kevin Troy has been appointed Branch Director for Renault Retail Group at Renault’s Belgard dealership in Tallaght,Dublin. No stranger to...
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Bank of Ireland appoints new Head of Motor Sector – Business Banking

Bank of Ireland has appointed Sean McBrien as the new Head of Motor Sector, Business Banking. Sean has been recruited...
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Bumbleance expands operations

Bumbleance, the world’s first interactive children’s ambulance service has expanded its operations with the introduction of a new, smaller, regionally-based unit, appropriately named Bumbleette. No less visible than Bumbleance itself – and finished outside and inside with the same cartoon-like ‘bumble bee’ imagery – the new Bumbleette is built on an extra-long Mercedes-Benz Vito body.

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Remember to put your clocks forward this Sunday morning

Remember that your clocks should be put forward manually on Sunday morning (26 March), at 1am, when daylight saving or summer time begins. Electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops should change the time automatically. So if your smartphone is your alarm, you shouldn’t need to worry about it. Sunrise and sunset will be

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RSA working on new rules to set common EU wide standards for vehicle checks

The Road Safety Authority is working with the Department of Transport,Tourism & Sport on transposing two European Directives into Irish law that will lead to tougher vehicle testing rules in a bid to save lives. The new rules set common EU wide minimum standards for vehicle checks. Vehicle checks are fundamental to road safety. More

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European Commission publishes guidance on defeat devices

The European Commission is publishing guidance to help Member States evaluate if car manufacturers use defeat devices or other strategies that lead to higher vehicle emissions outside of the test cycle and analyse whether they are technically justified. Elżbieta Bieńkowska, Commissioner for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, said: “National investigations into the emissions scandal

RecruitAuto.ie welcomes 3,700 new jobs supported by the Local Enterprise Offices 

RecruitAuto.ie, Ireland’s specialist automotive recruitment website welcomes news that a net total of 3,679 new full and part-time jobs were delivered in 2016 by the 6,846 small businesses from across the country that have been supported by the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs). This is according to the results of the latest LEO annual jobs survey published today

Soltec now offering waste oil collection service

Waste management specialists, Soltec (Ireland) Ltd has added waste oil collections to its ever growing list of services for garages and workshops around the country. Soltec’s list of workshop waste collection services now includes oils, used filters, aerosols, batteries and oil contaminated rags. The company is also offering oil spill kits, bunds and safety training

Kevin Troy appointed Branch Director at Renault Begard

Kevin Troy has been appointed Branch Director for Renault Retail Group at Renault’s Belgard dealership in Tallaght,Dublin. No stranger to the motor industry, Kevin joins the dealership from Renault Ireland, where he spent over a decade as Sales & Network Business Manager. Prior to this, Kevin was Key Accounts Manager at Transport Components on Dublin’s

Bank of Ireland appoints new Head of Motor Sector – Business Banking

Bank of Ireland has appointed Sean McBrien as the new Head of Motor Sector, Business Banking. Sean has been recruited directly from industry and will support Business Banking Relationship Managers across the country in their dealings with individual customers as well as providing commercial insights and monitoring industry developments. Sean brings with him over 20

Sealey unveils biggest ever Tool Catalogue

Sealey has unveiled its biggest ever Tool Catalogue, which features 9,500 product lines, designed for use in the trade. The new edition of The Tool Catalogue™, is a must-have reference for automotive technicians. More comprehensive than ever before, the latest version contains over 2,200 new lines including: new consumables, batteryless jump starters, top of the

New Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe goes on sale

The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupé has just arrived in Ireland. Presented to the international media just weeks ago, the new Coupé follows the line of its predecessors, exuding that timeless combination of beauty, elegance and performance within an overall ultra-modern design. Taking its place in the mid-range segment of the luxury market, in which Mercedes-Benz