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Irish News Archive

Public warned over ‘Invoice Redirect Fraud’ after €2.1m scam

An Garda Síochána has issued a public warning in relation to ‘Invoice Redirect Fraud’, after a Bank of Ireland customer was conned out of over

Enterprise’s ‘Plus Your Points’ promotion returns earlier than ever

As many people choose road trips as their mode of travel this summer, Enterprise has launched its annual ‘Plus Your Points’ promotion earlier than ever

New economic report supports major motor tax reform

A new economic report published today shows that substantial reform of Ireland’s motor tax system is necessary. According to the report from leading economist, Colm

Ford to recall 26,000 Kuga PHEVs globally over battery concern

Ford is to recall around 26,000 of its new Kuga plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models globally over fears of over-heating batteries. The manufacturer tells us there

Further extensions to validity period of driving licences

Minister Eamon Ryan T.D. and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton T.D. at the Department of Transport, today announced details of a further extension to the

Update after deadly August bank holiday weekend

The deaths on Irish roads over the August Bank Holiday weekend were saddening, with four fatalities and ten serious injuries. Assistant Commissioner Paula Hilman, Roads

Mercedes-Benz prepares for new eSprinter van launch

Mercedes-Benz in Ireland is poised to expand its e-van range with the introduction of new eSprinter van range. It is an all-new, all-electric model comparable

Big increase in ‘Driving Under Influence’ specimens analysed

An Gardaí, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the Medical Bureau of Road Safety (MBRS) are highlighting the dangers of drink and drug driving ahead of the August

Auto Trade EXPO 2021 – Dublin

A reminder that the Auto Trade EXPO in Dublin was also postponed from October this year (2020) to October 16-17, 2021 due to the pandemic

Forecourts’ concerns with 2035 combustion engine ban

“Ending the sale of new petrol, diesel, and hybrid cars and vans by 2035 or earlier would not only be unfeasible but seriously economically damaging,