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Irish News Archive

Suzuki Ireland opens new Portlaoise dealership

Suzuki Ireland has announced the opening of the new Downey’s Suzuki dealership in County Laois. The six-car dealership on the Dublin Road in Portlaoise is

MechanExpert Roadshow finishes in Galway tonight

The latest instalment of the MechanExpert Roadshow comes to an end tonight, September 12 at the Menlo Park Hotel, Headford Road, Galway from 18:00-22:00.

Tech’n’Tools vans supporting stockists around Ireland

Tech’n’Tools is currently supporting motor factor stockists by visiting garages and workshops across the country and helping equip technicians nationwide with tools that make jobs

BOD and Land Rover surprise Carlow lad with once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity

Land Rover Ambassador and former Irish Rugby Captain Brian O’Driscoll surprised 11-year-old Kyle Leybourne from Tullow in Carlow by presenting him with his prize of a

17.5 per cent of vehicles for sale have finance outstanding

Vehicle data expert has revealed that 17.5 per cent of all vehicles offered for sale have finance outstanding. This is up from 16.6 per

Specially converted Renault Trafic minibus for Fatima Groups United

Renault Ireland has handed over a specially converted nine-seater Renault Trafic minibus to Fatima Groups United Family Resource Centre in Rialto, Dublin. Based on the

Somora adds Hella to portfolio

Somora Motor Parts has added leading OE and aftermarket manufacturer Hella to its portfolio.Somora will initially be stocking Hella core-free starter and alternators and the

Duckhams relaunches in Ireland

Duckhams, the much-loved and popular oil brand, known around the world for its distinctive green hue has relaunched in Ireland. The list of names that

Monbatt has the spark

Leading battery supplier, Monbatt, was established in 1997 by Gary Larkin and has steadily grown over the years to the point where it now employs

Soltec offering cash for scrap alternators and starter motors

Soltec Ireland Ltd. is offering motor trade businesses the chance to turn their unwanted components into cash with its new scrap alternators and starter motors